Altitude: 1224-2840 Meters

Cortina d'Ampezzo in short

  • 90% of slopes equipped with snow cannons
  • World-class skiing in stunning scenery
  • Access to the Dolomiti Superski area

Since hosting the Winter Olympic Games in 1956, Cortina has become one of the most famous and popular ski holiday destinations in Europe along with Chamonix and St. Moritz. In the Tofano ski area, you can take the Skitour Olympia route and venture onto the slopes where the 1956 Olympic races took place and which today host the Women’s Skiing World Cup! Half of the 110km of ski runs in Cortina's ski area is dedicated to beginners, with a generous helping for intermediate skiers too. Advanced skiers will either have to venture off-piste or just spend time enjoying the relaxed pace on the wonderful slopes in Cortina.

The local skiing in Cortina's own ski area is extensive and varied. The Mietres ski area is specially well-adapted to children with its selection of gentle ski runs winding through the woods. Here you can also find a fabulous, dedicated sledge run, popular with children of all ages! The Armentarola run in the 5 Torri area is without doubt the most stunning ski slope in the Dolomites of Italy. It sweeps down for over 8km and reveals some magical sights such as frozen waterfalls and the fairytale scenery of the valley below surrounded by majestic rocky mountains. The ski resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo is commonly known as the Pearl of the Dolomites, as well as being an exclusive and rather pricey ski holiday destination. 90% of ski slopes in the Cortina ski area are equipped with snow making facilities so snow conditions are never an issue here. Other resorts such as S.Cassiano and Corvara in the Dolomiti Superski area are easily reached from the Falzarego pass in Cortina.

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Cortina d'Ampezzo

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Additional information

Blue slopes45 km Drag lifts6Start of the season25 November
Red slopes55 km Chair lifts28End of the season1 May
Black slopes16 km Gondola lifts5Glacier
Off-piste0 km Train0Min. altitude1224 m
Total116 km Capacity56650 Pers./HourMax. altitude2840 m

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Off-piste & freestyle in Cortina d'Ampezzo

Snow parks 2Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Cortina d'Ampezzo EUR 172.00 EUR 246.00 8 Years old
Dolomiti Superski EUR 187.00 EUR 258.00 8 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Cortina d'Ampezzo EUR 191.00 EUR 273.00 8 Years old
Dolomiti Superski EUR 201.00 EUR 287.00 8 Years old

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The information applies for the ski area of Cortina d'Ampezzo. During the ski season information is updated daily.

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