Ski Civetta and Dolomiti Superski

In the Ski Civetta area in the Val di Zoldo, the slopes are located at altitudes of between 1300 and 2400 metres. There are about 72 km of connected runs between the ski resorts of Val di Zoldo - Pecol, Palafavera, Alleghe and Selva di Cadore, which form part of the larger Dolomiti Superski, the world’s largest ski area, comprising 12 areas and places.
For skiing and snowboarding fans, the Val di Zoldo and the whole Dolomiti Superski area, with over 1200 km of runs, fresh snow, bright blue skies and splendid sunny days, are heaven on earth in the winter. This is an area formed 200 million years ago from the primordial sea; the highest and best-known peaks of the Dolomites – such as Sella Group, the Marmolada, the Pelmo and the Civetta were actually once atolls.
It is this incredible landscape, recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, that makes the Ski Civetta and Val di Zoldo ski area so unique, a place destined to remain in the hearts of visitors thanks to its spectacular, unforgettable mountains.

Skiing after dark


In the Ski Civetta area, you can ski after dark in the Val di Zoldo, in the Pecol ski resort. Take the 12-seater Pecol – Pian del Crep gondola lift up to the top, where you’ll find the Paian del Crep restaurant, and ski down 5 km of perfectly lit slopes, the Foppe (black level) and the Cristelin (red).  


Stay updated on the news of Ski Civetta, Dolomiti Superski and the night skiing in Val di Zoldo at the following link: Skiing in the Val di Zoldo: the Ski Civetta slopes