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'Live' from the Dolomites

'Live' from the Dolomites

The three main towns of Val Gardena are Ortisei, St. Cristina and Selva Gardena. Then there are the villages of the Val Gardena. Bulla, sitting under the shadow of Europe’s highest altitude skiable plateau, is typical of the area. A…

December 10th, 2012

Another good reason to ski the Dolomites - The Food!

The Food This is Italy after all and the Italians would not put up with anything but fresh delicious food, regardless of the altitude or remoteness of the lunch stop. There is a huge number of family run, cosy refuges…

November 27th, 2012

...a sensational jump on the 'Camel Hunches!

...a sensational jump on the 'Camel Hunches!

Have you ever looked down a camel hump? Saslong (Selva Gardena, Val Gardena) is and has been the Dolomites offering to the FIS Mens Super G & Downhill races since 1969. An impressive record. As any typical bloke, I have…

November 20th, 2012

The BIGGEST reason to Ski the South Tyrol - Dolomites . . . .

The BIGGEST reason to Ski the South Tyrol - Dolomites . . . .

1200 kilometres of interconnected skiing . . . Surely the number one reason for skiing the South Tyrol and the Dolomites? This vast area, comprising 30% blue, 60% red and 10% black runs, has so much skiing to offer you,…

November 13th, 2012

The Ski Safari - for the Ladies

The Ski Safari - for the Ladies

The Siusi-Alpe di Siusi ski bubble has a world leading, hourly capacity of 4,000 skiers, walkers, snow-shoers, tobogganists and cross-country skiers. As Jane, Lavinia and Vicky stepped out of the large blue bubble at the top of its 15 minute…

November 12th, 2012

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