Dolomites Ski Lessons & Guiding
Amazing Dolomites off-piste ski terrain on Marmolada above Passo Fedaia
Sneaky diverse Dolomites off-piste skiing in Val Gardena
Fresh powder coming down from Seceda at Val Gardena in the Dolomites
Fresh backcountry lines on the flanks of Pelmo near Civetta in the Dolomites
The view of many Dolomites peaks from Lagazuoi near Cortina
Hidden valley off-piste near Cortina & Alta Badia in the Dolomites
A guided ski tour of the 3 Peaks Dolomites ski area is super-fun
Lagazuoi skiing near Cortina
Sass Pordoi & the best known off-piste ski route in the Dolomites, the Forcella Pordoi
Classic Dolomites at the frozen waterfalls on the Armentarola trail to Alta Badia
The alpine ridge above Arabba & the Marmolada glacier hold a host of off-piste possibilites
The 'easier than they look' Sci Club 18 freeride routes on the side of Faloria above Cortina
Skinning for fresh lines near Colac above Val di Fassa
Dolomites powder skiing - Val Gardena
Marmolada glacier, Dolomites
Gentle off-piste powder near the Cinque Torri at Cortina
The integrated ski lifts of the Dolomites make exploration of the region easy
Forcella Staunies on Cristallo above Cortina is the starting point for epic Dolomites freeride descents
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The lower Val Lasties on the Sella massif, another Dolomites classic ski route

Dolomites Ski Lessons & Guiding

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Dolomites Ski Lessons & Guiding

The vast expanses of the Dolomites can be daunting to visitors, experienced & not! If you are wanting to improve your skills, explore the massive network of ski trails or discover the beautiful & often hidden off-piste terrain, the services of a local ski instructor or guide may be of benefit.

In Val Gardena, aside from several options on Seceda, the trees above Monte Pana, the steeper pitches off the Ciampinoi & loads of rolling terrain near Passo Sella, most good descents require a journey across to Val di Fassa. The Sella massif, accessed via Val di Fassa’s Sass Pordoi cable car, has numerous truly classic (& some less well known) descents that will test the most hardened backcountry skier or boarder. Beyond the Sella, glacier descents on Marmolada into Passo Fedaia are the next best thing, plus have more reliable snow cover. But the quintessential Dolomites off-piste is in the couloirs & steeps surrounding Cortina. Whether it be the flanks of Faloria, the backside of Cristallo or the amazing, but technical descents on Tofana, if the snow is good, the skiing in Cortina is world class & totally exhilarating.

If looking for an all-inclusive ski safari tour of the Dolomites, check out the Dolomites Tour Listings page.

Otherwise, click on the listings below to find a great local ski instructor or mountain guide to make finding the best Dolomiti off-piste freeride terrain easier, safer & more fun. Or you can just book regular on-piste ski lessons too.

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