Marvel at the unspoiled nature and majestic peaks in the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Dolomites. Skiers will be sure to love the beauty of the 3 Zinnen ski region and all that it has to offer. Within the 3 Zinnen ski region, there are two resorts of particular interest: Sexten and San Candido. The mountains, Monte Elmo, Stiergarten, Croda Rossa, Passo Monte Croce and Col d'la Tenda are connected at the centre of the 3 Zinnen Dolomites ski resort. These five connected mountains give skiers over 100km of pistes to explore; and with 20 cable cars, getting around the mountain has never been easier. Each Alpine village situated at their respective mountain has a different vibe and style, from traditional Alpine to more cultural centres. This resort boasts itself as the ideal ski resort for 'connoisseurs' as the modern ski resort of the Italian Dolomites is still focussed around skiing, relaxing with friends and family, as well as a fantastic atmosphere.
Resort Altitude: 1,130m
Resort Skiing: 2,200m
Total Ski Area: 100km
Blue Runs: 38km
Red Runs: 43km
Black Runs: 12km
With the ski pass Three Peaks Dolomites, you have access to all cable cars, lifts and pistes on the ski mountains Monte Elmo, Orto del Toro, Croda Rossa, Baranci and the Comelico area. You can also use the lifts in Braies, Ski Centre Rienza Dobbiaco, Waldheim/Sesto and Kreuzberg.
With over 100km of pistes for skiers to enjoy, there is plenty for every ability skier in 3 Zinnen. The Monte Baranci is also bathed with a floodlight from 7pm - 10pm, so for those that want more than just the daytime on the slopes, night skiing is available on Tuesday's and Friday's.
If you're looking to learn to ski or snowboard, improve your own technique, or get the little ones out onto the snow with the help of an experienced instructor, there is a wealth of ski school opportunities available in 3 Zinnen. There are eight different ski schools for skiers to choose from, and the local ski schools ensure that newcomers, or those feeling a little rusty on their skis, are taught how to safely enjoy the sport. The professionals at the ski schools are more than happy to help with any of your needs.