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Mind-blowing mountains, incredible skiing and bags that miraculously move from one rifugio to the next. It’s the treat we all deserve... By Sophie Nicholson
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The writer was looking for an alpine adventure. Then, she heard something wild — a “ski safari,” with multi-resort ski days and stays in family-run inns in the Italian Alps.
While hiking in the Italian Alps, I learned about a roving adventure that involved tackling chunks of the Dolomiti Superski (12 ski areas spread across more than 700 miles of slopes on one ski pass) and sleeping at different high-altitude inns, or rifugios, each night. A local company aptly called Dolomite Mountains organized these small-group “ski safaris,” making the moving around (they also transfer duffel bags to each inn) seamless.
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In the Dolomite mountains in Italy you can take a different kind of trip that uses the infrastructure that is there for skiing and hiking to create off-road itineraries that take cyclists deep into the high mountains, says Tom Allan in the Financial Times. Each night along the route ends at a different mountain hut or small hotel.
The Dolomites are among Italy’s most breathtaking wonders, with their jagged peaks taking on a pink tinge in the sunshine. Rather than doing a traditional hike through these glorious mountains, strap yourself in for a trip along the via ferratas.
It sounds easy: “Cruising over rocky passes and through lush meadows.”