Natural High - This winter, if you're longing to be far from the madding crowd and chairlift chaos of another jam-packed ski resort, a "slow ski" safari iis the perfect way to experience the transcendent beauty of Italy's DOLOMITES. Enjoy enchanting overnight stays in remote mountain huts and immerse yourself in nature on an exhilarating Alpine adventure where you'll never ski the same piste twice, and where every view is more breathtaking than the last...
Tre fra i tanti modi di vivere la montagna invernale, tre “zoomate” su ciascuno di essi. La prima è dedicata al mix tra “sci intensivo”, panorami naturali e ospitalità di qualità offerto dal Dolomiti Superski. Le successive ci porteranno una tra alcune mete d’élite in Svizzera e l’altra in Valle d’Aosta, per un paio di località che dimostrano che la montagna in inverno non è solo sci.
The main attraction for many people is the variety of activities in the various resort villages, much of the pisted slopes could be deemed intermediate with plenty of easy runs. However, normally there are a vast number of real challenges off piste to keep most advanced skiers happy.
For eight days explore some of the most challenging off-piste terrain and couloirs of Alta Badia, Cortina d’Ampezzo and Arabba with a fully-qualified mountain guide. Runs include the fabled Val Mezdi that cleaves the mighty Sella massif, steep Sass Pordoi, and the thrilling Lagazuoi couloirs. Each night you stay in a different mountain hut, all of them renowned for their local Italian cuisine. The standard is moderate to challenging. You’ll use both lifts and skins to reach the best powder and couloirs.
Combine some fabulous skiing with fine Italian cuisine. On this guided safari you’ll ski some of the 1,200 kilometres of prepared pistes that are all on one ski pass. Moving from valley to valley on skis, you’ll be able to enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of the mountain rifugios, explore the culture and history of the mountains, while dining on the home-made traditional dishes of the Dolomites and sampling the fine wines of the region.
The Dolomites: a land of silver spires, mountain cuisine, wartime history and little creatures that whistle at you...
My visit was in November — springtime in Patagonia, but it was unseasonably warm and mercifully windless. For a European, the pristine landscape of mountains, forests and lakes feels almost supernatural, as if you are witnessing the moment after God created the world.
Italy’s Alta Badia region contains half-a-dozen traditional ski villages of various sizes. Located on the famous Sellaronda circuit, within the giant Dolomiti Superski region, it’s almost as famous for its authentic atmosphere (the local Ladin dialect is still spoken here) and superb cuisine as it is for its strong winter-sports heritage. Even the most lowly mountain hut here endeavours to provide gourmet quality cuisine at affordable prices.
Cuando llega la primavera y la nieve de los centros de esquì argentinos se evapora, es hora de emigrar al Norte. Las pistas de los ski resorts de Estados Unidos y Canadà ofrecen esquì de primer nivel, variada vida nocturna y gastronomìa de alta gama
No es Roma, no es Venecia... son las Dolomitas, las montañas más famosas de Italia. Situadas en los Alpes Orientales, esta escarpada cadena geológica fue protegida por la Unesco. Allí, con un paisaje paradisíaco, está el centro vacacional que cuenta con guías certificados para tantas opciones como se les ocurra: desde las tradicionales bajadas de esquí y snowboard, hasta terrenos fuera de pista, biking, escalada, hiking, trekking y más.
Dolomite Mountains, empresa dedicada a proveer experiencias ùnicas en viajes de aventura, ofrece un recorrido inèdito donde combina el esquì en lo mejor de los Alpes Italianos con la alta gastronomìa.
Dolomite Mountains ofrece una singular experiencia, el Luxury Gourmet Ski Safari, donde se mezclan la mejor gastronomía junto con el esquí en las pistas más fascinantes de Europa.
The 24-mile Sella Ronda circuit is a dream for powder lovers tired of crowds.
In the Italian Alps, a local outfitter customizes a cushy inn-to-inn ski trip.
Sun seekers might disagree, but in my opinion there are few better places to spend the summer than the Alps, where you can find dozens of activities to suit everyone from uber athletes to Uber passengers. My family needed a little convincing too, before they’d agree to spend their holidays in the mountains rather than on an island beach resort, so to sway them I called on the help of Dolomite Mountains, a holiday company specialising in tours of the Italian mountain range. Our plan was to mix some hiking and biking with a bit of comfort and culture.
A magnificent art gallery with guest rooms. That’s the unique appeal of this hotel experience in Sardinia, Italy. If you think that a hotel is just somewhere to lie your weary head at night, then think again. The Su Gologone, with its colonial architecture blending into the hillside, reflects traditions of Sardinia through a constantly evolving display of Sardinian art, folkloric costumes and decor.
Challenge yourself on a exhilarating backcountry itinerary in this hospitable Italian region, on a seven-night Backcountry Ski Touring Adventure. Starting from the village of Falcade, on the edge of the Trevalli ski area, you’ll stay three nights in three-star hotels and three nights in simple mountain refuges. Dolomite Mountains organises private departures for small groups of expert skiers or snowboarders between mid-December and mid-April. The guide ratio is one to four and high stamina levels are required.
Italy “Welcome to Nature’s Paradise” should be the national slogan for Sardinia, Italy. Sardinia’s Selvaggio Blu, is easily the most spectacular and most scenic trek in all of Italy. Situated between the glorious Mediteranean Sea and high rocky planes of Golgo, this trek offers spectacular views. The Selvaggio Blu manages to be one of Italy’s best kept secrets for unspoiled nature, despite its claim as the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s a short flight from major cities in Italy, thus making for an easy stopover on a trip to Italy.
Al norte de Italia, en los Alpes orientales, es el complejo de esquí más grande del mundo, con 12 centros que discurren entre pueblos de leyenda. La argentina Agustina Lagos Mármol promueve el ski safari gourmet
La CEO y fundadora de Dolomite Mountains, Agustina Lagos Mármol, presentó “Ski Safari Gourmet”, una aventura en la cadena de montañas Dolomitas.