Direct connecting between ski areas

Slopes and lifts Plan de Corones

Ski Pustertal Express

Ski Pustertal Express has been in operation since December 2014.  It is the railway connection between the two ski areas of the Plan de Corones-Kronplatz and the Dolomiti di Sesto-Sextener Dolomiten.  The train departs every thirty minutes in both directions between Perca-Percha/Ried and the Versciaco-Vierschach/Monte Elmo-Helm valley terminal, with the trip lasting approximately forty minutes. With the Dolomiti Superski ski pass and the HolidayPass (which every guest who stays at one of the member accommodations of the local tourist office will receive upon arrival), the word is, “The way is clear for a total of 200 kilometers (125 miles) of ski slopes!” 

Valle aurina-Ahrntal 

The two ski areas of Speikboden and Klausberg are connected with each other by bus. Buses depart in both directions every twenty to twenty-five minutes from the respective valley terminals, so nothing stands in the way of a day on the slopes of both ski areas. With the Valle Aurina ski pass and the HolidayPass (which every guest who stays at one of the member accommodations of the local tourist office will receive free of charge), some 73 kilometers (45 miles) of ski slopes are available.

Carving on Speikboden Skiing Mountain

Sella Ronda

The Sella Ronda leads over four passes in the Dolomites around the world-famous Sellastock (a mountain massif within the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site) and connects the four Ladin valleys of the Val Gardena-Grödental, Alta Badia, Arabba, and Fassa.  The Ski Safari is one of the most beautiful tours within the Dolomites and can be traversed in either direction in one day.  A total of 26 km (16 miles) are covered on ski slopes and 14 km (9 miles) by ski lifts.  The starting and ending point is Corvara in Alta Badia and can be reached as follows:

  • From the valley terminal of the Piculin/Kronplatz cable car, a free shuttle bus departs every twenty minutes toward Sponata-Sompunt. From there, it takes about an hour on the skis to Corvara. 
  • By car or public transportation (public bus connection Brunico-Bruneck - Corvara) 

Valid ski pass: Dolomiti Superski 

Giro delle Cime

The Giro delle Cime is a 34 km (21 mile) long ski safari in the upper Pustertal around the world-renowned Tre Cime-Drei Zinnen in the Dolomites of Sesto-Sexten. During the course of the day, skiers overcome a total of 5,600 meters (18,400 feet) in elevation change and make use of the ski lift facilities as well as the Salto ski bus. The starting and ending point is the Versciaco-Vierschach/Monte Elmo-Helm valley terminal. This can be reached as follows: 

  • By train with the Ski Pustertal Express or with the Val Pusteria railway. Free use of public transportation is possible with the HolidayPass. 
  • By car

Special feature: every Wednesday and Sunday, a skiing instructor will accompany interested skiers free of charge. Meeting point: 9:35 A.M. at the Helm Restaurant.  
Valid ski passes: Dolomiti Superski or Dolomiti di Sesto-Sextener Dolomiten ski pass 


The tour is a demanding ski tour in the Dolomites, the main focus of which is the symbolic mountain of the First World War, the Col di Lana. The tour, which runs for a total of 82 km/51 miles (of which 31 km/19 miles are ski runs, 18 km/11 miles are covered by ski lifts, and 33 km/21 miles by the bus trip), leads along the sites of World War I, including approach trenches, defensive corridors, and forts. The starting and ending point is Corvara in Alta Badia. As a result of the lengthy duration of the tour at seven to eight hours, it is recommended to arrive by car or taxi. 

Valid ski pass:  Dolomiti Superski 

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