Skiing in the Sesto Dolomites
All-round ski slope fun in the 3 Zinnen Dolomites ski area
Sesto winter paradise: heartbeat by heartbeat, ski turn by ski turn.
The smell of crystal-clear winter air in your nose. Your eyes on the summits of the Sesto Dolomite mountains. Accompanied by the soft crackling of perfectly prepared slopes under the sharp ski edges. The sound track for a perfect day on the ski slopes. Sesto is the ideal starting point to make use of the 3 Zinnen Dolomites mountain ski area that offers a proud 115 kilometres of ski runs. From the village you can get directly to the Monte Elmo ski station, continue along the Stiergarten Alp with a unique view of the Three Peaks and up to the Croda Rossa mountain with the steepest slope in Italy. All-round skiing fun. Are you looking for more? The “Giro delle Cime” ski circus takes you over five ski slopes and ends with a detour into Belluno Province. Reliable snow cover, varied and packed with unique vistas – skiing in the Sesto Dolomites!
News winter 2021/22
- Already last year, the old Helm-Sexten cable car was replaced by the new 10-passenger premium cable car “HELMJET Sexten”. The access point to Sexten has been greatly upgraded: the premium gondola offers the maximum comfort and three times the transport capacity of the old cable car and makes hustle and bustle and long queues a thing of the past.
- This winter there will also be a new slope. The blue “Moos-Sexten” slope leading from the Tre Cime slope to Monte Elmo. This means that the scenic, but somewhat challenging, Stiergarten slope can be avoided. So, the whole family will be able to master the new ski connection between Monte Elmo and Croda Rossa without any problems.