follow us

Twitter Facebook Instagram

talk to our travel experts

Agustina  Lagos Marmol
Agustina Lagos Marmol

Based in the Dolomites, a multi-lingual world traveler, climber and hiker.

read more

Call 020 8968 0501

Get healthy in luxurious surroundings.  Wall Street Journal

THE name in health and fitness holidays.  Tatler

The ultimate in healthy 'renovation' holidays.    House & Garden

I realise I've never felt healthier and, strangely, rarely so happy...  Elle

... you feel as if you've given your body the best present its had in years.   Sunday Telegraph

 


read more press quotes

"Thank you all so very much for your energy, expertise and inspiration"

Came back feeling refreshed, re-energised and wanting to go straight back ...which I have already booked!"

"The encouragement and enthusiasm of the team was fantastic."


read more testimonials
4 day off piste luxury ski adventure

4 day off piste luxury ski adventure price per person from £2,350

Challenge yourself by day with some of the most exhilarating backcountry skiing in the world during the day and pamper yourself at night with 5* luxury accommodation.

Ascend to the top of the Marmaloda Glacier (3,350m) - the highest mountain and only glacier in the Dolomites, and ski down its incredible open bowls.  Enjoy some of the most challenging and beautiful off-piste slopes, all accessible by chair-lift and gondola.

Trip Details

  • Length  4 days / 5 nights
  • Start / Finish  Luxury hotel in Alta Badia (Flights to Innsbruck) Airport transfers available on  request
  • Activity Level  Expert skiers in good and active physical health – experienced off-piste skiers / snow-boarders only.
  • Cost  From £2,350 per person, min. 4 people (includes mountain ski guide, Dolomiti Superskipass, accommodation and most meals, local medical & evacuation insurance)

*This is just a sample itinerary which can be modified to meet your particular requirements, taking into account how long you wish to stay, where you would like to stay and your level of fitness.  It may vary based on weather conditions, fitness levels, abilities of participants, availability of accommodation and/or the recommendations of your guide.

Outline schedule

Day 1  Arrival:  Arrive in the Dolomites, check into your 5* hotel in San Cassiano and meet your expert ski guide for a trip briefing and equipment check (and rent gear if needed), and pick up your Dolomiti Superskipass.
Dinner in 5* Rosa Alpina, Alta Badia

Days 2-4  Dolomites Off-Piste Skiing:  Each day you will have the opportunity to ski different off-piste areas, with lift -service from one of the 12 Dolomiti Superski resorts. In addition to fabulous skiing, you will have on-going instruction to help you improve your skiing ability. Days are intended to be fun with lots of thrilling skiing or boarding, but always directed with maximum attention to your safety and the safety of others.  Dinner in 5* Rosa Alpina, Alta Badia

Day 5  Depart:  Breakfast and departure.?

*NOTE: This trip may be customized upon request or adjusted to include a longer tour of 6-7 days.

Off-Piste Ski Descents

From the San Cassiano area in Alta Badia there are incredible off-piste descents off Marmolada, Piz Boè, Sella, and Tofane, to name a few. Below is a list of some of our favourites that you may enjoy during your trip.  We’ve selected these for their incredible skiing and breath-taking scenery. These include, but are in no way limited to:

Sella, Val Mezd’ (Midday Valley)
Vertical drop: 1,400 meters. Facing: north, Technical difficulty: moderate. Dubbed the "Valle Blanche of the Dolomites", the Val Mezd’ is a classic and wonderful 4,000 foot downhill in quintessential Dolomite surroundings.

Marmolada, Lydia
Vertical drop: 1,350 meters.?Facing: north.? Technical difficulty: moderate. Classic glacier skiing itinerary.

Sella, Val Culea Integrale
Vertical drop: 1,400 meters.  Facing: north. ?Technical difficulty: difficult. Complicated but a wonderful run for real ski mountaineers, with a steep couloir of up to 45°.

Sass Pordoi, Canale Heini Holzer (Heini Holzer Couloir)
Vertical drop: 1,200 meters.  Facing: north. ? Technical difficulty: difficult (use of a rope is required). Considered the gateway of extreme skiing in the Dolomites.

Padon, Valle Ornella (Ornella’ s Valley)
Vertical drop: 850 meters.  Facing: north.? Technical difficulty: easy.  From this run it is possible to visit one of the most beautiful villages of the region: Ornella.

Faloria, Cortina "Sci 18" (“Ski 18”)
Vertical drop: 800 meters.  Facing: west.?  Technical difficulty: difficult.  Named for a group of 18 skiers in the 1930s who wanted to "promote skiing and the moral standpoint of youths." A great downhill with grand panoramic views of Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Tofana Terza (Third Tofana)
Vertical drop: 1,800 meters.  Facing: north. ?Technical difficulty: very difficult.   Probably one of the best downhills in the world!

Canali Lagazuoi (Lagazuoi Couloirs)
Vertical drop: 450 meters.  Facing: south. ?Technical difficulty: moderate. A good choice for learning steep ski techniques.

Our team can be contacted on 0845 458 0723 (international callers: +44 208 968 0501) and would be very happy to discuss any aspect of your holiday with you.  Or please just email us

We promise to look after you every step of the way!

Download printable version

See all Dolomite itineraries
 

 

Download printable version

Our team can be contacted on 0845 458 0723 (international callers: +44 208 968 0501) and would be very happy to discuss any aspect of your holiday with you.  Or please just email us

We promise to look after you every step of the way!

See all Dolomite itineraries

see all places to stay

where to stay