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Ski holidays in Cortina D’Ampezzo

The most fashionable ski resort in Italy with stunning scenery and great skiing

There’s only one! The Olympic resort of Cortina D’Ampezzo is one of the most filmed, photographed, skied and visited resorts in the Italian Alps. Located east of the Sella Ronda circuit, it’s not called the 'Queen of the Dolomites' for nothing. It’s renowned for the excellent selection of skiing as well as superb accommodation, bars, restaurants and shopping. The main skiing areas are the Cortina Cube (Crystal, Faloria and Mietres), Tofana, and Lagazuoi-5 Torri, with plenty of challenging runs as well as some of the most amazing views. The areas are either linked by the impressive network of lifts or local ski buses. The Tofana area has a women's downhill World Cup run, which Cortina hosts each January. For people-watchers, the evening highlight is the passeggiata (stroll) along the Corso Italia by fur-and-jewellery clad visitors from Milan and Venice wandering through antique shops, designer boutiques and bars.


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Cortina d'Ampezzo , Italy | 26th March 2018 | Inghams Ski
Snow report by
Upper Slopes 110cm
Lower Slopes 40cm
Last Snow 19/03/18
Temperature -2°C
Fresh Snow 15cm
Pistes Good
Off Piste Varied
Lifts Open 26/36

Ski and Snowboard Information

Skiing Levels
  • Beginners
  • Intermediates
  • Advanced
  • Snowboard
  • Cross Country

Beginners skiing in Cortina

The Socrepes area of the mountain has wonderful nursery slopes and is one of the best beginner's areas in the Dolomities with some great progression slopes.

Intermediates skiing in Cortina

The runs at Tofana are short but great for cruising. You will want to ski a few runs a couple of times as the scenery is breathtaking and this area normally has the best snow.

Advanced skiing in Cortina

Advanced skiers will enjoy the Lagazuoi Cinque Torri area where you will find a large selection of red runs and some challenging blacks with great north-facing snow. Another great area to head for is the 'hidden valley' red run from the Passo Falzarego cable-car, and of course you have to try the famous Sella Ronda.

Snowboarding in Cortina

There is a terrain park at Faloria with kickers, rails and a half-pipe open to skiers and boarders.

Cross-country skiing in Cortina

With around 78km of trails, one of which follows an old railway from Fiames to Cortina, which is a 30km track.

Mountain Facts
  • Area 140 km
  • Ski area Dolomiti Superski
  • Resort Altitude1224m
  • Ski Alt. From1224m
  • Ski Alt. To2939m
  • Runs
  • Longest Run7
  • Lifts Chairlifts 29 , Free Baby Lifts False , Cable car 5 , Draglifts 7 , Funicular 42 , Gondolas 1
  • Lift Ski LockersNo
  • Local Pass Lifts42
  • Night Skiing IncludedNo
  • Mountain Restaurants77
  • Snow Cannons130
  • Snow Cannon Coverage95%
  • Cross Country Trails

    78km of trails.

  • Off-piste OptionsNo
  • Slope Direction,N,E,S,W
  • Snowpark Info

    1 (San Zan piste)

  • Ski/Resort bus


  • from£549pp
  • Sleeps: 74-86

The Chalet Hotel Parc Victoria is one of the most iconic hotels of Cortina and has been since 1892 when the original 'Villa Vittoria' was transformed into one of the resort's first hotels.

  • from£1049pp
  • 122 rooms

Overlooking the stunning village of Cortina, this classic hotel has hosted many famous names in the past and has maintained a reputation for excellent service and facilities.

  • from£729pp
  • 48 rooms

The Hotel Majoni is a traditional hotel in a great position in the centre of Cortina. Just 700m from the Faloria cable car, ski bus stops outside. This comfortable and pleasant hotel has spacious public rooms and provides great service along with a relaxed and informal atmosphere.



  • from£784pp
  • 49 rooms

The Sport Hotel Barisetti has been a favourite with Ingham’s guests for many years and is located in a prime position close to one of the main cable-cars, ideally situated just 250m from the Tofana cable car.