Your SkiDo Dolomites guide answers the FAQs

  • How well do you have to ski to go on SkiDo Dolomites ski safari?
    You need to be a fair skier if you want to take full advantage of and really appreciate our SkiDo Dolomites offer and the connected ski excursions. As a fair skier you must be able to do parallel turns safely on red pistes.
  • How big is the skiing party?
    The group will never consist of more than 10 people. This number ensures that each skier has a stress-free day, both on the slopes and at table. Because: the pleasures of the table are also part and parcel of skiing in the Dolomites.
  • Do the guided tours also go off piste?
    No, we only ski on protected slopes.
  • What if my partner doesn't ski?
    Alongside the skiing activities, there are all sorts of other activities on offer right on the doorstep of the SkiDo Dolomites hotel. The leisure proposals range from winter hiking to cross-country skiing to snowshoe hiking, ice skating and tobogganing. As an alternative to skiing, South Tyrol offers culture and shopping: the nearby town of Bruneck is just a few minutes away by public transport. The partner hotels will be pleased to tell you about the different offers.
  • How far are the skiing areas from the SkiDo Dolomites hotels?
    The distances to the skiing areas vary. Helm in the Sexten Dolomites is 15 minutes away. The Monte Cristallo/Faloria skiing areas are 40 minutes away and it takes 50 minutes to get to Cortina d'Ampezzo. For the "Sella Ronda" we start out from Corvara in Alta Badia and our taxi gets us there in about an hour.
  • Who accompanies me to the skiing areas?
    The group is accompanied by a native well trained skiing instructor who knows the area like the back of his hand and is an experienced ski group guide.
  • How fit do I need to be?
    The ski safari is normally offered at two levels of difficulty so that we can meet each guest's technical and fitness requirements. The guests are assigned their level by the SkiDo Dolomites guide on the first day of skiing. In the Sexten Dolomites and Cortina d’Ampezzo skiing areas we ski in "closed skiing areas" where anyone can take a rest if they want to and then join up with the group later. The SkiDo Dolomites guide then decides whether you are ready for the "Sella Ronda". You can expect to be skiing from 9.30 to 16.00, but with a nice lunch break and you can stop to have a drink or coffee whenever you want to.
  • How many days a week are we accompanied by a ski guide on the ski safari?
    On the 7-day ski safari you will be looked after by a SkiDo Dolomites guide on three days and on two days if you go on a 4-day ski safari. Normally on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday or Monday and Tuesday for the shorter ski safari. The programme may be altered because of the weather. We select only the finest days for our ski tours to ensure that skiing in the South Tyrol Dolomites sporting is an experience where you'll enjoy unforgettable skiing and scenery.
  • Do I need to bring my own ski gear with me?
    If you want to you can of course bring your own ski gear with you. But you can also hire skis, skisticks, skiboots and ski helmet and goggles in the skiing area. Your ski guide will be pleased to advise you.

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