Val Comelico in the winter:
The Dolomites in all their glory

A winter holiday in Val Comelico is full of fun, skiing and relaxation to recharge your batteries in a quiet and peaceful environment: the entire area has beautiful, perfectly maintained ski slopes up to two thousand meters above sea level that are bathed in sunshine from the early morning and equipped with comfortable new chairlifts. The more than 53 km of cross-country slopes are very varied and fun and you can admire breathtaking scenery filled with lush pine forests and the charming sun kissed peaks of the Dolomites at sunrise and sunset. The perfect walking trails in this unspoilt landscape are also accessible in the winter as well as in the summer from June to October.


Val Comelico with its deep rooted Ladin traditions is famous for its many art treasures and the traditional carnival that features the famous Laké and Matazìn masks as well as the “ballo della vécia”, an ancient local ballad with polka music and fast and fun leaps and jumps. Ideal for a relaxing holiday surrounded by nature, Val Comelico awaits you for an unforgettable experience.

The fabulous ski slopes in Alta Val Comelico that reach 2,000 meters in Padola and Col d'la Tenda, are part of the largest skiing area in the world, the Dolomiti Superski. Here you can use your Dolomiti Superski pass on the entire Alta Pusteria Ski-Circuit skiing area that is part of the new "Giro delle Cime" summits tour with 115 km of slopes and 31 ski lifts.