Private Ski Tour of the First World War Route in the Dolomites
Whether a beginner or an expert skier, you will enjoy this 80-kilometer ski trip through the Dolomites used during World War I. From Monte Lagazuoi to the peak of Marmolada, it's a fantastic journey through history.
Ski around the legendary Great World War track
Discover Dolomites from another point of view
See Col di Lana, Cinque Torri, Lagazuoi
Food and drinks
Equipment (€50 per person)
Please note: prices can change according to the high or low season. The tour is subject to favorable snow conditions. If the event is canceled because there isn't enough snow, you can choose another date or get a full refund.
Cancellation policy: the tour can be canceled up to 48 hours before the start of the tour.
The Great War Ski Tour is a magnificent path that winds around the bases of the most prominent hills. The trail goes around Col di Lana, the site of many brutal battles of World War I. You will see the Italian trenches at the Cinque Torri, and on the Lagazuoi, you can see the Austrian machine gun station and the watch post with the officers' cabin and skis at its feet.
The Armentarola slope is one of the Dolomites' most intriguing landscapes. Skiers get to the slopes of the Badia Valley on a horse-drawn tow. From there, they can go to Arabba, Padon, and Marmolada.