GUIDED SKI TOUR OF THE GREAT WAR
With the guidance of a ski instructor | ALTA BADIA Dolomiti Superski
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This itinerary is the wonderful Tour of the Great War starting from ALTA BADIA, in this case from the village of La Villa at the Hotel Antines from which we will start our journey through the areas where battles took place, glorious symbols of the First World War.
Do not miss the chance to make a wonderful trip on skis through the Dolomites in a ski carousel of incomparable beauty.
First of all Col di Lana and then others like the Falzarego, Lagazuoi, the Marmolada, passing through famous Dolomitian groups like the Civetta, the Pelmo, the Tofane at Cortina d'Ampezzo. You will find yourself now on the peak of a mountain, experiencing breathtaking views and then skiing near lakes and never ending woods, only to be enchanted by the natural show of the frozen falls of Armentarola or those of Serrai di Sottoguda.
Photo 360 ° Serrai of Sottoguda. Click and drag to rotate the image
Suggested itinerary to the discovery of the Tour of the Great War
starting from the village of La Villa in Alta Badia
The tour is marked by numerous signs and charts, unwinding through various ski areas connected by cableway or by ski bus.
Essentials: DolomitiSuperski ski pass for skiing in different areas of the circuit. (horses and Taxi-bus are available for a fee).
Recommended: Check local weather conditions to choose the best possible time and snow cover, as the journey will take the whole day.
Book transfer services (Taxi) depending on the itinerary chosen and stop points. Or find out about bus schedules that do the sections of Malga Ciapela connection - Alleghe and Selva di Cadore (Pescul) - Passo Giau (Refuge Fedare).
And of course a good camera to capture views and unique moments ;)
Level: suitable for those who have reached a good level of ski technique to move easily through the districts. ( "Good parallel" even on red slopes).
Duration: Full day, starting early in the morning and returning at closure of ski lifts.
The proposed photos are only indicative of the Tour of the Great War. Really it has multiple variations, resting places and endless views.