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3 Cime Dolomiti snow report

Last update: 17/11/2020

3 Cime Dolomiti


3 Cime Dolomiti offers slopes for every taste, away from the crowded resorts, in a corner of paradise located at the far end on the frontier with Austria, in the presence of the “Tre Cime” [three peaks]. The ski areas Monte Elmo – Sesto – Croda Rossa – Sesto-Moso – Comelico – Dobbiaco – Baranci – San Candido and the little Waldheim, Passo Monte Croce, Braies, offers alpine skiing slopes mostly suitable for evolving skiers, while the beginners can enjoy themselves in the ski school area at the ski lifts starting points, which have special offers and facilities for kids.…


3 Cime Dolomiti offers slopes for every taste, away from the crowded resorts, in a corner of paradise located at the far end on the frontier with Austria, in the presence of the “Tre Cime” [three peaks]. The ski areas Monte Elmo – Sesto – Croda Rossa – Sesto-Moso – Comelico – Dobbiaco – Baranci – San Candido and the little Waldheim, Passo Monte Croce, Braies, offers alpine skiing slopes mostly suitable for evolving skiers, while the beginners can enjoy themselves in the ski school area at the ski lifts starting points, which have special offers and facilities for kids. Experts can have strong emotions thanks to six black slopes. Hochpustertal is part of Dolomiti Superski: a single ski pass is valid for this whole, wide ski area. The offer for skiers includes also interesting routes for ski-mountaineering and 200 Km of cross-country skiing trails. In 2009, Hochpustertal, with its Tre Cime of Lavaredo and Fanes-Senes-Braies and Sexten Dolomites natural parks, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and acknowledged among the most beautiful mountains on Earth.

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Km OF TRACKS

44

blue

54

red

12

black

31 TOTAL FACILITIES

0

Ropeways

6

Cableways

0

Funiculars

6

Chair lifts

19

Skilifts

0

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