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Dolomites Skiing in the Pale Moutains

Ski holiday in the Dolomites: best conditions for young and old

Wide, flat slopes for the little ones, steep, challenging descents for the grown-ups – during a skiing holiday in the Dolomites all members of the family are guaranteed to get their money’s worth. While mummy takes a short break on the lounger and enjoys the winter sun and daddy conquers the black slopes, the little ones have fun in the children’s parks. Whether in Val Gardena/Gröden, in Val Pusteria/Pustertal, on the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, or in Val d’Ega/Eggental – a winter holiday with children is great fun.

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Ski holidays in the Dolomites in the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage

Gröden, where big and small champions meet

Who does not know it, the world famous Ciaslat, where the best skiers in the world compete year after year? In Val Gardena/Gröden not only the elite of the skiing scene finds the perfect conditions for a skiing holiday in the Dolomites. The tranquil mountain valley is rightly considered one of the hotspots for passionate winter sports enthusiasts. Here between St. Christina, St. Ulrich, and Wolkenstein you will find everything your heart desires: easy slopes, ski schools and children’s parks for the little ones, snow and fun parks as well as fun slopes for teenagers, and of course the unique Sellaronda, the fabulous ski tour around the majestic Sella massif.

Hocus pocus: Skiing with the Nix witch on Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm

Skiing is child’s play! At least on the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm. The largest high alpine pasture in Europe is one of the most family-friendly ski areas in the Alps with its easy to medium-difficulty ski runs, ultra-modern and child-friendly lifts, fun parks, speed traps, the best snow park in Italy, and three ski schools. Not on her broom, but on skis, snowboard or toboggan you will meet the likeable witch Nix, who will introduce you to the magical ski area, the famous and infamous witches and powerful wizards on the Alpe di Siusi Ronda.

Kissed by the sun: the Obereggen ski area

In Obereggen, the tranquil ski area near Deutschnofen, you will be beaming with joy. No wonder, 48 sunny kilometres of slopes await you here directly below the Latemar, which delights young and old alike. Your little ones are in good hands in Brunoland, in the Snow House, in the Mini Club for children from three years of age, or in the Yeti Children’s Park for children from four years of age, while you explore the challenging black slopes, marvel at the magnificent 360-degree panorama, or perfect your stopover at the numerous huts.

Three Peaks Dolomites: Rudi Reindeer sends his greetings!

What do Michaela Shiffrin, Lindsey Vonn, and Marc Giradelli have in common? They all found and still find optimal conditions in Three Peaks Dolomites ski area. Just like you, because the ultra-modern ski resort between the imposing mountain flanks of the Dolomites with its five ski mountains and 115 kilometres of slopes simply offers more than just skiing fun for families. You and your offspring can pet reindeers between the two downhill runs, take a family photo with the giant snowmen, or romp around in the large playground. For real action heroes, the steepest slope in Italy with a gradient of 71 percent is waiting to be conquered.

Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, South Tyrol’s ski area no. 1

Honour to whom honour is due: in 2018, Plan de Corones/Kronplatz was voted "Best Ski Resort" in the Alps. Everyone who has been here before knows why. 116 perfectly groomed kilometres of slopes in all directions, an amazing view of the Dolomites and the main ridge of the Alps, the MMM Corones, designed by star architect Zaha Hadid, several fun parks, countless mountain huts, and of course a wide range of offers for families speak for themselves. Whether in the children’s restaurant, in the various children’s areas, in the Safety Park, or in the ski school – your little ones are in good hands here.