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San Cassiano

  • Rocky mountain peaks above snowy landscape in San Cassiano
Intermediates - Quiet slopes - Alpine charm

The lure of Dolomite traditions enhances the tranquillity of well-heeled San Cassiano; gourmets will love the choice of Michelin-starred restaurants both on and off the pistes.

Intermediates - Quiet slopes - Alpine charm

The lure of Dolomite traditions enhances the tranquillity of well-heeled San Cassiano; gourmets will love the choice of Michelin-starred restaurants both on and off the pistes.

The lure of Dolomite traditions enhances the tranquillity of well-heeled San Cassiano; with Michelin-starred restaurants both on and off the pistes and a relaxed après-ski scene completing the puzzle.

A winter retreat hiding from the crowds in a valley embrace, beyond the realms of the tiny village lie 40km of scenic cross-country trails and the potential for sleigh rides and snowshoeing.

Mountain Landscape with skis sticking out of the snow
A ski lift passing over the tops of snow covered trees
Pine woodland covered with powder snow
Mountain Landscape with skis sticking out of the snow
A ski lift passing over the tops of snow covered trees
Pine woodland covered with powder snow

Skier skiing on a snowy slope in Alps mountains
The skiing

Endless pistes dramatically back dropped by snow-dusted forests and the spellbinding pink-hued granite peaks of the Dolomiti Superski Area; San Cassiano lies at the heart of the Alta Badia area. Known for its extensive cruising runs and gourmet mountain restaurants, this paradise for improving beginners and intermediates alike offers good links to the popular Sella Ronda circuit and the 11km Hidden Valley red run, one of the world's most beautiful pistes, through dramatic peaks and frozen waterfalls culminating in a horse-drawn ski tow.

Ski resort essentials
  • 130
    KILOMETRES - ALTA BADIA
  • 500
    KILOMETRES - DOLOMITI SUPERSKI
SKI AREA
  • 1537
    METRES
ALTITUDE OF RESORTS
  • 2778
    METRES
HIGHEST SKI POINT
  • 57%
    BLUE
  • 36%
    RED
  • 7%
    BLACK
RUNS
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