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Cortina Italy Ski Resort

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Cortina at-a-glance

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Mountain Stats

  • Skiable Area:

    42.49203

    hectacres
  • Vertical Drop:

    1766

    m
  • Snowfall:

    120

    cm

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3.7°C

High:13.3°C
Low:1.2°C
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  • Base:

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If a lively party scene, both during après-ski and late into the night, a fashionable base village and million-dollar views are high on your travel check list, then a Cortina ski vacation is sure to impress. Cortina, unlike other Italian ski resorts, is exclusively in Italy, you won’t find Germanic influences or speakers here, making it an authentic experience. So, if you want to blend in with the Italians, there’s only one way to explore the Dolomiti Superski, a massive interconnected 460-lift system, comprised of 12 resorts and over 750 miles of trails. Wake up late, ski to one of literally hundreds of restaurants, eat a huge lunch, wash it down with some wine, then lie in the sun and take a nap until four o’clock in the afternoon when everyone heads down to the disco. But if you do want to experience the endless ski terrain, unlike the Italian visitors, Cortina truly has something for every level.

Cortina Italy is a world-famous winter resort that rivals any other in the Alps best. The village sits in a sunny amphitheater, ringed by spectacular Dolomite peaks which rise over 9,800 feet from the base area. You don’t want to miss a sunset here. Off-mountain, life centers on Cortina’s main boulevard, Corso, a car-free, shop-lined street where the late afternoon passeggiata proceeds without fail. You can browse and see the latest winter fashions, and purchase unique souvenirs from one of the many antique and craft shops. At the heart of the Corso is a central piazza, a church with towering campanile, and the interesting Regole Museum.  

Cortina has a complete range of winter sports facilities since hosting the Olympic Games in 1956, and annually hosts World Cup events in mid-January. The resort also hosts bobsled races and on-snow horse shows. At night, enjoy one of Cortina's exclusive night clubs and discos. Come ski Cortina with Ski.com. Just beware of the grappa bars that serve Italy's version of tequila.

Ski Cortina

With so much of the Dolomiti Superski terrain to explore, you can bet that every level skier can find something to suit them. If you opt to stick to the Cortina area, you’ll also find plenty to keep every ability and preference occupied. Experts will find plenty of Cortina skiing to suit their preferences, but a run down Staunies, especially a south-facing couloir in the Cristallo ski area, earns bragging rights. Other quintessential expert Cortina skiing runs include Pomedes and Duc d’Aosta. Intermediates will find great snow conditions on the cruisers at the top of Tofana.  There’s a famed ‘hidden valley’ red trail from the top of the Pass Falzarego tram that intermediates should not miss. First time and beginner skiers are best served at Cortina with a wide variety of gentle terrain on the main thoroughfares. A great option is to take the Skitour Olympia, which is a route directing you to all the 1956 Olympic courses.

Cortina Ski Vacation Packages

We're your one-stop shop for booking everything for your Cortina ski vacation. With us, you can book your flights, car rentals or ground transportation, lodging, lift tickets, equipment rentals, lessons and activities.

If you're ready to book your complete Cortina ski vacation or have additional questions, our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialist are standing by. Call or chat now to learn more about this convenient resort.

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From air, lodging and excursions to ground transfers, lift tickets and equipment rentals, We will manage all your trip components so you and your group can get the most out of your time playing in the mountains and building memories that will last a lifetime.

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Resa in Aspen
12/04/2011

I loved cortina !!!!

Cortina- what a beautiful ski reosrt !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hotels ranging from elegant 5 star to charming 3 star bed and breakfast. Lovely pedestrian village with great shops and cafes and restaurants. !!!! Walk everywhere !!! Incredible food !!!
Beautiful skking with wide open trails, amazing views !!!
Definitley stay in Venice on your way to or from the ski resort as Veenice is your gateway to the mountains.
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