Where to in Dolomites??
Started by Biki17 in Italy - 31 Replies
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Nov-2011
Jastem
I don't think you'll be disappointed Tony
Nov-2011
Biki17
Tony_H wrote:
biki17 wrote:
Tony_H wrote:I like Arcade Fire. And Peterborough United Fc. Any good?


As long as they are speedway teams )
No. I'm not keen on paying £20 to have gravel thrown in my eye.


Tony,

You can always wear ski goggles
My "local" team won the country championship + 2 of it's riders were individual World champion and a Runner up this season.

It IS good fun, comes second only to skiing
Nov-2011
Joshua28
Civetta - Marmolada is a great resort. It is often called the Queen of the Dolomites! I would recommend you have a look at it as an option.

Josh.
Nov-2011
Biki17
Joshua28 wrote:Civetta - Marmolada is a great resort. It is often called the Queen of the Dolomites! I would recommend you have a look at it as an option.

Josh.


Thank you Josh
It's going to be Cervinia/Zermatt this January
I could not bear poor snow conditions for the second season running and so far it does not look too good in Dolomites
At least in Cervinia/Zermatt they have got 4 glaciers.
However I'd love to ski Marmolada in future.
Perhaps next time round, in March if we are lucky.

Thank you everyone for your participation
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...
Jan-2012
Uncle festering
Just back from Corvara. Great spot and the on-piste snow is great. Off-piste is non-existent though.
Feb-2012
Biki17
uncle festering wrote:Just back from Corvara. Great spot and the on-piste snow is great. Off-piste is non-existent though.


Looks like we have a second chance to ski in Dolomites this winter!
BUT: will there be any snow left on 17 March???
As I take 3 beginners this time Arabba/Marmolada is not ideal
Or should I look elsewhere?
Feb-2012
John987
Was in arabba two Weeks ago, the snow was ok, it was holding up really well although huge amount man made. Historically dolomites don't normally get the same amount of snow fall as alps, this year no different.
I would not exclude dolomites on snow at the minute but on the other factors that you base selection on resorts
Feb-2012
Biki17
john987 wrote:Was in arabba two Weeks ago, the snow was ok, it was holding up really well although huge amount man made. Historically dolomites don't normally get the same amount of snow fall as alps, this year no different.
I would not exclude dolomites on snow at the minute but on the other factors that you base selection on resorts


Hi,

Thanks for your advice
I guess it is not perfect for beginners?

Regards,

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