Have you ever been snowshoeing at an altitude of 2,700 metres? The plateau of the Pale di San Martino is an unspoilt, white paradise; a sea of snow crowned by the spectacular peaks of the Dolomites. The cable cars will whisk you up to the top in a matter of minutes and from there, you can set off on a discovery of untouched landscapes, accompanied only by the sound of your own breath and snowshoes on the snow!
Do you long for freedom, the sensation of bracing cold air caressing you face and flying carefree and high in the sky? Make your dream come true with Primiero Dolomiti Fly! Get ready to take flight accompanied by our qualified instructors who will take you tandem paragliding on the Dolomite air currents, to get a bird’s eye view of the snow-capped Pale di San Martino mountain range and the winter landscapes which make our valleys so unique! An indescribable experience beckons!
A ride on a snowmobile through the snow-covered forests that surround San Martino di Castrozza, a bar dug out of the snow on the side of slope, flickering torchlight and the spectacle of the “Enrosadira” when the Pale di San Martino mountain range is tinged with red at sunset. These are the ingredients that make an aperitif by snowmobile truly special! What are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on the most glamorous date in the Dolomites!
When the slopes close for the day and the sun sets over the Pale di San Martino mountain range, the work begins for our snow cat drivers! Would you like to take a closer look at how these tireless snow experts prepare perfect and immaculate slopes every night? Then, get ready to climb aboard the snowcat and take part in a truly one-of-a-kind experience!
Guaranteed fun on our slopes...even at night! Experience the thrill of skiing by moonlight when the lights that illuminate San Martino di Castrozza become one with the sunglobes on the edge of the slopes and the stars twinkling in the sky! Unforgettable evenings await you on the Colverde slopes, with not only skiing, but lots of fun and good things to eat too, thanks to the welcoming atmosphere in the mountain shelter at an altitude of 2,000 metres!