Cortina d’ Ampezzo, Italy
Italy's mountains are spread out among one of the best natural scenarios in Europe, the Alps. Some 28 percent of the entire territory of the Alps is in northern Italy. The Alps and the famous Dolomites have immense tourist appeal all year round; their slopes are an established favorite with skiers and mountaineers while the nature reserves and parks are the perfect destination for nature lovers and families alike.
Courmayeur, Aosta, ITA
One hundred kilometres between and off-piste on the perfectly groomed slopes or down virgin snow chasing after the last snowfall. On skis or a snowboard, in the presence of the highest mountain in Europe. This is the Courmayeur area, the sunny side of Mont Blanc.
Throughout the winter, every day and every night, we prepare perfection for ski lovers. The land of the Valle d'Aosta has given us a place of dizziness and enchantment: we have modeled it to make the palette to plot dream trajectories, tasting the speed and breathing crystal clear air of the top of the old continent.
In Courmayeur, each level meets his challenge: from the slopes where you fasten your boots for the first time to the most difficult pistes, without forgetting the immensely spread freeriding spots. The snowmaking covers more than 70% of the area, guaranteeing, for the whole season, the chance to discover, have fun and to test yourselves. Because here, we cultivate your happiness.
Madonna di Campiglio is one of the most famous ski resorts in the region of Trentino, Italy, and is located in the Rendena Valley, an oasis of more than 900 million square meters at the very heart of the Dolomites. The region is rich in unpolluted natural resources and is surrounded by the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park. Fantastic glaciers tower above 50 Alpine lakes which form evocative falls and mighty water streams.