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Overview

Cortina d'Ampezzo has been a winter sports mecca since the 1930's, and in 1956 it hosted the first Italian Winter Olympic Games. It is known as the Queen of the Dolomites and is located in the heart of the eastern part of these spectacular mountains, in the Belluno province of the Veneto region. The area, open and sunny, boasts stunning views in every direction. One of the best-known ski resorts in the world, Cortina lives up to its reputation with a system of modern ski lifts and snowmaking capabilities that cover 90% of the slopes and which guarantee a ski season that stretches from November to April. The resort, with nearly 140 km of slopes, includes Auronzo-Misurina and San Vito di Cadore and is part of the Dolomiti Superski ski area. Cortina also has a rich tradition of hospitality and events. Every year it hosts international sports events like the Alpine Ski World Cup, the Tour de Ski, ice hockey and curling championships, and Cortina Winter Polo.

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Average Snowfall

109cm
68cm
46cm
23cm
0cm
48cm
Nov
48cm
Dec
56cm
Jan
90cm
Feb
56cm
Mar
45cm
Apr
0cm
May
Intermediate Runs
38%
Advanced Runs
49%
Expert Runs
13%
Runs in Total
73
Longest Run
7 km
Skiable Terrain
120 km
Snow Making
32 ha
Snow Making
105 km

Total Lifts: 36

Gondolas & Trams
5
High Speed Sixes
1
Quad Chairs
10
Triple Chairs
5
Double Chairs
10
Surface Lifts
5

Elevation

Base
1224m
Summit
2742m
Vertical Drop
1766m

Important Dates

November 29, 20242024/11/29
Projected Opening
April 30, 20252025/04/30
Projected Closing
N.A.
Projected Days Open
150
Days Open Last Year
N.A.
Years Open
120cm
Average Snowfall
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