Ski resorts of Three Peaks Dolomites

Ski until your heart’s content

Are you an experienced skier looking for challenging slopes to conquer? Or perhaps you’re searching for a family-friendly resort? We have the right ski resorts for all levels of ability. Here you’ll find the right conditions for an unforgettable ski holiday in South Tyrol.
5 connected mountains
Three Peaks Dolomites
The three mountains Monte Elmo, Stiergarten and Croda Rossa, which are conntected to each other, are the center of the Three Peaks Dolomites ski resort. It enthrals visitors with its perfectly prepared pistes for all abilities, guaranteed snow and stunning views.
Family paradise
Baranci
Located in San Candido village centre, the 4-seater chairlift takes guests ip to the Baranci mountain station, a paradise for families at 1,500 m above sea level: five lifts, 23 km of slopes, four ski huts and a flood-lit slope for night skiing make the enjoyment of skiing perfect.
Marc Girardelli slope
Passo Monte Croce
Marc Girardelli from the Vorarlberg, formerly the best racing skier in the world, used to train at the Passo Monte Croce, where German and Italian culture meets. Since that time the slopes at the foot of the Cima Nove have borne his name.
Ski dwarfs
Waldheim
Everyone was a beginner once and skiers are no exception. Dreams of skiing become reality on the gentle pistes of the Waldheim lifts. This is where ski instructors make learning the first moves great fun.
For Fun & action
Rienza
The three lifts in Dobbiaco are great for fun and action. This is a meeting point for the free-style scene that features the region's only giant airbag and is also the preferred training ground for world's best ski racers.
For beginners
Braies
The ski area below the north face of the Picco di Vallandro may be small but it packs a big punch. Situated in a fairy-tale landscape, this is the perfect place for families to get their first skiing experiences and enjoy a wonderful haven of peace and quiet.