Ski Safaris

Do you want more from your skiing? A Ski Safari is so much more than just a skiing holiday – it’s an on-piste adventure, using your skis as a way to see an area like you’ve never seen it before. You don’t just ski in one area, but cover as many areas as possible so that you never have the same view, you don’t ski the same runs twice and so that you have the most memorable holiday possible. And the most important feature is to include atleast one high mountain night, away from the valley in a high mountain hut so that you get to experience the amazing ambience offered by these fantastic refuges.


What’s involved?

Every day we ski in a different area of the Dolomites. We aim to travel through the mountains taking in as many different views, stopping at the best stops, taking on the best runs with none of the faff of trying to find it all out for yourself.

Who’s it for?

Our ski safari’s are tailored for the adventurous skier, who can ski red runs with confidence, and don’t mind taking on the odd black. We have various offerings for varying abilites, from those who want to ski dawn til dusk, through to the skier who just wants to see the best of these mountains!

Optional extras to complete your trip

We believe in making your trip as customisable as possible, which is why we offer you the opportunity add to your trip as you see fit.

Transfers +200 Euro

Once you are in the Dolomites, we will provide all trasnport required apart from any public transport, which means if you are travelling from abroad you will not use a rental car. We offer transfers from Venice Marco Polo and Treviso airports, or Brunnico trainstation. Other options are available, just send us a message, or book without this option and we can arrange it at a later date.

Freeride day with an IFMGA mountain guide +200 Euro

Our ski safaris include the opportunity to participate in a Freeride day with a qualified and expert Mountain Guide who will take you to experience the mountains away from the hustle and bustle of the pistes.

Especially suited to those who are used to a bit of “sidecountry” or who are good skiers who can cope with any slope thrown at you, this day can open up a new world to the average skier.

Ski Rental by C.Elle Sport + Various price points

You most likely will require ski and boot hire. C.Elle sport are our chosen rental partners and offer excellent skis at a variety of prices. On your arrival we will take you to be fitted by their expert technicians.

You most likely will require ski and boot hire. C.Elle sport are our chosen rental partners and offer excellent skis at a variety of prices. On your arrival we will take you to be fitted by their expert technicians.

Pack Rental + 40 Euro

We recognise that many clients will not have their own skiing pack, especially one which is suitable for Freeride or for our night away from Val Pettorina, which is why we offer pack rental so you don’t have to buy one.

The packs we supply are Lowe Alpine ski specific Descent 25 packs and are extremely comfortable, strong packs.

Elbec Socks and Hats + Various price points

Elbec are a local woolen wear producer, offering the very finest Merino wool skiing socks and hand made hats. The hats are made locally by “grandma power”, the socks in Italy, all from the very finest quality, fair trade and high animal wellfare wool. Want more information about this fantastic local enterprise?

7 Night Super Safari

Base Price 1460 Euro per person

This is funhog trip – the skier who wants more descents, more sights and is happy with fewer stops during the day. It features 6 days on the slopes, 1 night in a high mountain hut, 9-10 different resorts, and the opportunity to try out a day of Freeride led by an IFMGA Mountain Guide.

On the way you will see Civetta and Pelmo, Falcade and Passo San Pellegrino, Marmolada, Cinque Torre and Passo Falzarego, Lagazuoi and the Hidden Valley, Alta Badia, Kronplatz, Belvedere and Ciampc, the Cantenaccio and either participate in a guided offpiste experience, or spend the day in the Plan di Gralba area.


What’s the deal?
  • 7 Nights away, 6 full days on the slopes.
  • 1 night in a high mountain hut.
  • No heavy packs on the slopes other than for your night away.
  • SUPER small groups – 1:6 Max
  • Suitable for fit intermediate skiers who are happy skiing at a medium fast pace for most of the day
  • 9 Dolomites Resorts
  • An option for a Freeride day led by an IFMGA Mountain guide
  • The ability to ski reds is an absolute must, being comfortable on blacks even better.

Highlights of the trip
  • Marmolada and the beautiful Bellunese piste.
  • Exploring fantastic and empty pistes around Civetta and Falcade.
  • The Hidden Valley from Lagazuoi.
  • Staying in a high mountain hut.
  • Skiing beneath the mighty Sassolungo and sampling the best of Val Gardena.
  • Trying out Freeride!

What is included in the price?
  • 6 day adventure on skis.
  • 6 nights accomodation in self catered accomodation.
  • 1 night half-board accomodation in a high mountain hut.
  • Full 6 day Dolomiti Superski ski pass.
  • Dedicated and experienced ski host.
  • 9 different ski resorts.
  • Some of the finest skiing in the world.
  • 3-4 FIS world cup ski runs.

Costs you will need to cover:
Flights, lunches & skiing insurance, Safety equipment rental if required (only if freeride option is selected).

Itinerary
  • Day 1: Meet for optional transfer to Val Pettorina. Arrange ski passes and equipment hire.
  • Day 2: We start the morning by skiing our local resort, Civetta. Spread over three valleys, it’s quiet, has stunning views and is a great place to warm up with some fantastic reds. For the afternoon we transfer to Falcade where we ski to Passo San Pellegrino. Again the views to Marmolada are breath-taking from Col Margherita.
  • Day 3: This morning we start near Passo Giau. We cross to Lagazuoi where we take on the fantastically beautiful Hidden Valley. This leads us to La Villa by the famous Gran Risa, used each year for an FIS slalow race. Soon we are on our way to Kronplatz where we will spend our mountain hut night.
  • Day 4: Today we return to our base, taking in some fantastic runs on the way with hopefully enough time to play in Arabba at the end of the day, with lots of the best blacks and reds in the area.
  • Day 5: Today is one of the classic “Big ones” – Marmolada for first run. The Bellunese piste is the longest run in the Dolomites and has utterly amazing views, especially from the summit viewing platform. With a tail wind we can grab two runs before heading over towards Arabba, then Passo Pordoi, across to Pozza di Fassa by Vulcano a superb black, and Vigo di fassa to ski beneath the Cantenaccio. We revrse the day, including Ciampac to get home.
  • Day 6: Starting from Arabba, todays aim is to ski in Val Gardena, which we reach by following the anti-clockwise Sellaronda. We take in the incredible FIS Sasslong run, before crossing the valley to reach Seceda. The views of Sassolungo from here are awe inspiring and provide the backdrop for our return journey.
  • Day 7: The last day of skiing brings with it a choice – between Freeride offpiste day with an IFMGA guide (+200 euro) or led ski across Passo Sella, and Plan di Gralba one of our favourite areas. There will be a chance to visit the summit of Sass Pordoi weather and time permitting.
  • Day 8: Leave after breakfast, and an optional transfer to Venice Marco Polo

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5 Night Micro Safari

Base Price 1250 Euro per person

This is for the skier who is strapped for time but still wants the experience of a ski safari! It features 4 days on the slopes, 1 night in a high mountain hut, 9 different resorts, and the opportunity to try out a day of Freeride led by an IFMGA Mountain Guide.

On the way you will see Civetta and Pelmo, Falcade and Passo San Pellegrino, Marmolada, Cinque Torre and Passo Falzarego, Lagazuoi and the Hidden Valley, Alta Badia, Kronplatz, Belvedere and Ciampc, the Cantenaccio and either participate in a guided offpiste experience, or spend the day in the Plan di Gralba area.

Some people don’t have the time for 7 days away, so our Micro Safari is especially for those people. It still includes a night up in a hut, but features a condensed itinerary which makes the most of the excellent ski resorts that surround us.


What’s the deal?
  • 5 Nights away, 4 full days on the slopes.
  • 1 night in a high mountain hut.
  • No heavy packs necessary on the slopes other than for your night away.
  • SUPER small groups – 1:6 Max
  • Suitable for fit intermediate skiers who are happy skiing at a medium fast pace for most of the day.
  • 9 Dolomites Resorts.
  • The ability to ski reds is an absolute must, being comfortable on blacks even better.
Highlights of the trip
  • Marmolada and the beautiful Bellunese piste.
  • Exploring fantastic and empty pistes around Civetta and Falcade.
  • The Hidden Valley from Lagazuoi.
  • Staying in a high mountain hut.
  • Sampling the best of Val Gardena.
  • Trying out Freeride!
What is included in the price?
  • 4 day adventure on skis.
  • 3 nights accomodation in self catered accomodation.
  • 1 night half-board accomodation in a high mountain hut.
  • Full 4 day Dolomiti Superski ski pass.
  • Dedicated and experienced ski host.
  • 9 different ski resorts.
  • Hundreds of km of the finest skiing in the world.
  • 3-4 FIS world cup ski runs.

Costs you will need to cover:
Flights, lunches & skiing insurance, Safety equipment rental if required (only if freeride option is selected).

Itinerary
  • Day 1: Meet for optional transfer to Val Pettorina. Arrange ski passes and equipment hire.
  • Day 2: Our opening day starts with a bang – we head straight to the top of Marmolada for a descent of the incredible Bellunese run with utterly mind blowing views and the longest run in the Dolomites. After this we head across to Arabba, Passo Pordoi and on to Passo Sella, following part of the world famous Sellaronda. We take in some of our favourite runs in the whole area around Plan di Gralba, skiing beneath Sassolungo and taking on the fantastic Sasslong run which is used for an FIS World Cup race. We make our way back, either by completing the Sellaronda, or by heading back the way we came.
  • Day 3: It’s a big day today. We start in Alleghe and use the lifts to reach Pescul in Val Fiorentina where we transfer to Passo Giau. We cross to Lagazuoi to take on the fantastically beautiful Hidden Valley. This leads us to La Villa by the famous Gran Risa, used each year for an FIS slalow race. Soon we are on our way to Kronplatz where we will spend our mountain hut night.
  • Day 4: Today we return to our base, taking in some fantastic runs on the way with hopefully enough time to play in Arabba at the end of the day, with lots of the best blacks and reds in the area.
  • Day 5: The last day of skiing brings with it a choice – between Freeride offpiste day with an IFMGA guide (+200 euro) or led ski across the Civetta and Falcade range. The latter has fantastic skiing away from the crowds, stupendous views and a more Italian vibe.
  • Day 6: Leave after breakfast, and an optional transfer to Venice Marco Polo
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