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Lifts and slopes


The slopes of Col Druscié and Ra Valles are part of the Dolomiti Superski area, which includes resorts in Veneto and Trentino-South Tyrol. Starting from the town center, our lifts allow you to ski to several ski areas in a single day, you can explore the 120km of slopes in Cortina or space towards Passo Falzarego and Alta Badia, thanks to the Cortina Skyline panoramic gondola. A special feature of our ski area is the natural snow in Ra Valles groomed every night by expert groomers to allow everyone to enjoy exciting skiing on the slopes at 2700 m while enjoying breathtaking views.


km of slopes


1 gondola, 1 cable car,
2 chairlifts


1 gondola, 1 cable car, 2 chairlifts


Slopes for every level


Mountain huts/restaurants at high altitude



*Special openings in winter possible depending on the weather

Interesting facts

One of the most ambitious and technical slopes in the Dolomites, very steep and challenging, which is why it is also approved for national and international training. In the 1956 Olympics the special slalom race won by Toni Sailer was held here; in 2021 it hosted the Ski World Championships.

The most technical slope: Col Druscié A

Most scenic slope: Forcella Rossa

2 km long, with a 72 per cent incline and an elevation gain of 700 meters, this is a slope only for expert skiers. It has a high inclination and, as you descend among the Dolomite rocks, you get a unique view. That’s why every year our AllBlacks test themselves by skiing it hundreds of times.

With no particular difficulty, it goes through the woods in an almost magical atmosphere. It is suitable for the whole family given a peaceful and pleasant descent.

The most fun slope: Druscié B

The slope to downtown: Stries

This is the only slope in Cortina that allows you to return to the city center on skis. In fact, from the middle station of the gondola, you follow a track through the woods that runs alongside the historic bobsled run and arrives at our parking lot near the Ice Stadium, without taking any other lifts.

Slopes care

Have you ever wondered how the slopes are groomed in the Dolomites?

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