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Remote Ski Safari and World Class Cuisine in the Italian Dolomites

Carve tracks through the plentiful snow as you ski through the gorgeous Dolomites. Discover off-piste powder and endless snow-blanketed views in this UNESCO-listed mountain range. Embark on a ski safari, navigating between delicious meals and warm welcomes at remote mountain huts.

When to go
From price
$20,400 pp*
Ideal length
8 nights


Begin your grand tour at Alta Badia, among some of the most beautiful peaks of the Dolomites. After a night’s relaxation in an enchanting sixteenth-century mountain lodge, you’re ready for an epic adventure through this iconic mountain range.

With a vast selection of ski lift connections, explore over 680 miles of pistes in both the San Cassiano and Alta Badia resorts—including the famous Armentarola run which is the longest and arguably most picturesque slope in the Dolomites. If required, regain your ski legs with one-on-one tuition with handpicked expert instructors.


Accompanied by an expert Pelorus guide, embark on the iconic Sellaronda Skitour, circumnavigating the majestic Sella Massif. Pass through the Ladin valleys of Val Gardena, Arabba, and Fassa while delighting in superb skiing both on and off the piste through the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites.


Afterwards ski “hut-to-hut”, touring untouched powder fields far from civilization, before staying in family-run mountain refuges and charming hotels along your route.


As the shadows deepen in the gorges and the Dolomitic peaks color Aperol orange in the setting sun, enjoy a spritz or warming hot chocolate with the sun on your face atop one of these magnificent peaks. As the sun slips below the mountainous horizon, it’s time to settle into the cozy embrace of a rugged mountain hut.

Step through the door to be greeted with the warmth of a crackling fir wood fire, flickering candles, and the aroma of a freshly prepared meal. Each refuge is an experience as unique as the views that surround it, with some perched on peaks so remote as to deliver a sense of being at the edge of the world.

These traditional mountain stays—luxurious and rustic—bring you closer to the local culture. After a full day’s skiing, relax and be reinvigorated by the hearty, delicious fare with its Austrian and Italian inflections. Along the way, you’ll also dine in style at multiple Michelin-starred restaurants.

Skiing is just one fantastic facet of the Dolomites’ outdoors offering. Spend your evenings snowshoeing through silent, moon-lit forests, or take a romantic sleigh ride piled under lavish throws.

For a more adrenaline-fueled afternoon, paraglide over sublime valleys, with only the birds for company. Given the breathtaking natural beauty of the region, the Dolomites are the perfect place to become immersed in the best of what Mother Nature has to offer while experiencing the rich history and mountain traditions that have been kept alive for centuries.

* Prices depend on level of experiences and accommodation. This is based on a group of 6 traveling for 8 nights excluding international flights.


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