Ski? Better in spring

 
There are fewer people, and there is more sun. And for those who choose the Dolomites, from 17 March those who ski aul Dolomiti Superski area are entitled to discounts on accommodation and skipass

The winter has been very generous and the slopes are still full of snow, and in the spring skiing on the world’s largest ski area is cheaper: from 17 March the Dolomiti Superski launches the Dolomiti Super Sun promotion and offers a day’s stay. skipass for those who choose a week in one of the 50 ski resorts in its 12 valleys. It works like this: those who choose to stay 7 days pay 6 (the list of participating structures is here) and those who take a 6-day skipass pay only 5

Who will start will not find the high season crowds, but the high quality of the slopes will be assured as always with 300 snow grooming vehicles that will continue to work in the Dolomiti Superski every day until the closure of the facilities to ensure fresh snow and perfect paths.

It will be time to experience the mountain all for yourself, enjoying all the beauty of the largest ski area in the world – over 1200 kilometers with only one skipass – where you can ski with the Dolomites Unesco Heritage of the eyes. It could be, for example, an opportunity to try (or try again) in complete calm one of his legendary tours, like the Sellaronda that embraces four of the most beautiful valleys – Val Gardena, Badia, Arabba, and Val di Fassa – or simpler slopes for those who ski “so-so” like those of the Alpe di Siusi and Obereggen, have fun in one of the 28 snow parks, or simply let go and be guided by skis and hearts for slow paths every day different from alternating with stops in 400 shelters between gourmet and traditional scattered around the track. All this before relaxing in one of the hotels, B & B or farms that assure warm welcome with smiles, great food, and spa where you can try treatments based on natural products.

But skiing, as well as one of the most fun and healthy sports (in the gallery above the reasons why skiing is good), also has its risks. For this reason, Dolomiti Superski has just launched the new ENJOY safety campaign: it wants to sensitize skiers, snowboarders and freestylers to respect simple but fundamental rules of behavior on the track. These are the rules of the FIS / FISI (Italian Ski Federation and Italian Winter Sports Federation) that remind, for example, of surpassing tending the right distance, being cautious at intersections or crossroads, stopping for a break just at the edge of the track, and that the helmet is always good even if it is mandatory up to 14 years.