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 with 762 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.
Just beware of the grappa bars that serve Italy's version of tequila, and the Italians who have been drinking there.
With its wide open, sunny vistas and magnificent towering peaks, Val Gardena is one of the most popular and diversified regions for a winter holiday in the Dolomites.
Val Gardena is about 13 miles long and runs more or less from west to east from the narrow entrance to the valley at Ponte Gardena up to Passo Gardena and Passo Sella, at the north-east of the "Südtirol" Dolomites.
Val Gardena is well connected with the rest of Italy and also with North Europe, thanks to a well equipped train network.
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