This tour is for the seriously adventurous - A memorable experience!
- Half Board
- For serious adventurers keen for a challenge
- Luggage transported during each day
- Explore the huge Dolomiti Superski area
- Qualified instructor acts as guide
On the 6 day tour, you’ll ski to and stay in traditional mountain refugios (on-mountain hotels) and spend each day exploring a different valley in the company of a knowledgeable, local guide, who will offer you skiing tips&
When & how much?
New for 2016/17: We're introducing two choices of tour. The Classic tour has shared, dormitory style rooms and facilities in the refugio. The Deluxe tour has private rooms with single or twin beds and ensuite facilities.
The Classic tour will be available on the 21st January, 4th February and 4th March 2017with 12 spaces on each date.
The Deluxe tour tour will be available on the 7th & 28th January and 11th February 2017with 12 spaces on each date.
Dolomites Ski Safari information
For the keen skier there is no better way to spend a week than exploring the largest ski area in the world, with 1200kms of piste, linking 45 communities in 12 valleys, the Dolomites is truly a skiers paradise, and with over 400 mountain restaurants there is bountiful opportunity to stop and sample the speciality dishes that makes skiing in Italy a gastronomic delectation.
Your nights will be spent in traditional mountain refugio accommodation (on-mountain hotels). Some have twin or double rooms, others have dormitory style rooms, some have live music and other entertainments. Regardless of the accommodation style, breakfast and dinner is included for the duration. Your luggage will be transported for you each day so you don't have to worry about your bags.
Tour itinerariesIf you are interested in finding out more then we can provide detailed tour itineraries on request.
Accommodation & board basis :
• 6 nights half board 3-star accommodation with buffet breakfast and evening meals.
• Return flights from London to Innsbruck
• Transfers between the airport and your first hotel, and transfer back on your departure day
• Your bags will be transferred for you each day. Note: Rucksack type luggage is essential
Your ski guide:
• Fully qualified ski instructor as your guide for the 6 day duration
You will need to purchase a Dolomiti Superski lift pass from £195 for an adult (16-64 years). Senior lift passes are available for 65 years and older from a cost of £175pp. This week is not suitable for anyone under the age of 16 years of age. You can choose to bring your own ski equipment or will be able to pre-book your equipment before you go. Anyone wishing to book this tour should be a confident red run skier. Private rooms are not guaranteed but can be requested at the time of booking.
Arabba is found in the midst of the Sella Ronda circuit, with a total of 175km of runs. The whole area offers great intermediate skiing, but Arabba is best known for the challenges it provides for better skiers and boarders. There are great steeps, combined with a good snow record and direct access to the Marmolada glacier. You'll also find some of the best heli-skiing in the Alps. It isn't a great place if you are looking for lots of off-snow activities, while for young kids it's really quite lacking. The resort itself isn't exceptional - small and uncommercial, with some reasonable eateries and accommodation. People are really here for the skiing/boarding, though. Après-ski shouldn't trouble visitors too late into the night, with only two venues of note.
Overall, Arabba is a resort geared towards the better skiers/boarders and doesn't offer a whole heck of a lot else. Some have described it as being an Italian Argentière…