Altitude: 1224 - 2742 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
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Cortina shot up to the ranks of Chamonix and St. Moritz when it hosted the Winter Olympic Games in 1956. Today, this Italian ski resort has become one of the most famous and popular ski holiday destinations in Europe. In the Tofana 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! Of the 120km of ski slopes in Cortina's own ski area, about half are dedicated to beginners, with a generous helping for intermediate skiers too. Read more ›


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Additional information

Blue slopes45 km Drag lifts5Start of the season27 November
Red slopes55 km Chair lifts26End of the season1 May
Black slopes20 km Gondola lifts5Glacier
Off-piste0 km Train0Min. altitude1224 m
Total120 km Capacity56650 Pers./HourMax. altitude2742 m

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