Ortisei (St.Ulrich) Dolomiti SuperSki – or just Ortisei if you prefer – is a fabulous year-round resort with unique charm and local culture. Positioned just a few kilometres away from the beating heart of Selva, Ortisei is a more traditional market town that’s about more than just epic skiing. Medium in size and huge in terms of importance, Ortisei is the administrative and agricultural centre for the region. Which in turn means it lacks that often synthetic/purpose-built vibe that’s common among mainstream ski resorts.
Ski Resort Location
The Gardena Valley needs no introduction as an outright mecca for ski-lovers at all levels. Forming part of the wider Dolomiti SuperSki region – the largest in the world – you could spend years here and barely scratch the surface of what’s on offer. The immediate ski lifts on the doorstep of Ortisei may be limited, but you don’t have to go far to find exactly what you’re looking for. And as mentioned, Ortisei has a thriving life beyond skiing, making for great entertainment and enjoyment both on and off the slopes.
The pedestrianised centre of Ortisei is home to far more cafés and stylish hangouts than any town of such a size really needs…and all to its credit! The whole place remains wonderfully animated day and night, while outstanding accommodation standards make Ortisei great for families. Topped off with a world of quick and convenient transport connections to the wider SuperSki area, Ortisei delivers on all fronts for all visitors.
Closest Airports to Ortisei Dolomiti SuperSki
If you’re flying to Ortisei, be sure to arrive via one of the closest airports:
Closest Train Stations to Ortisei Dolomiti SuperSki
There are good train services from Italy and most surrounding countries to both Bressanone and Bolzano. From there, you can take a connecting bus service (shared or private) on to Val Gardena and your final resort.
These transfer times are approximate only. Weather and traffic conditions can significantly impact transfer times:
How Much Will My Transfer Cost?
The price you pay for your Ortisei resort transfer will be calculated in accordance with the specifics of your trip. However, you can count on Alps 2 Alps to get you there on-time and in-comfort, throughout the season. What’s more, we work hard to keep all resort transfer costs as low as possible.
Transfer costs are calculated in accordance with the following factors:
All of the above will only ever result in our base-rate for ski transfers going down – we never over-inflate our prices at any time or for any reason. We also offer substantial discounts for off-peak, off-season and midweek transfers to Ortisei. If looking for the best possible deals, travelling outside peak season or midweek typically results in the biggest savings. We offer midweek (Monday to Friday) prices with up to 60% discount than weekend prices.
Your transfer quote will also depend on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and other costs like road tolls and airport parking charges.
To discuss any specific requirements or plans to travel as part of a larger group, please get in touch directly so we can discuss your needs.
Resort Open & Closing Dates
Seasonal opening dates at Ortisei are of course dependant on snow conditions, though are currently listed as follows:
Season opens – 05th December 2019
Season ends – 14th April 2020
Ski Resort Essentials
Ortisei has a resort altitude of around 1,230m, making for good conditions and a relatively long season. The town itself has around 10 pistes on its doorstep, served by a handful of lifts. However, with more than a dozen other villages and resorts within easy reach, there’s closer to 175km of downhill runs to explore in and around Ortisei. Which along with catering to the needs of newcomers also includes some of the most challenging slopes and off-piste opportunities to be found in the wider region.
Few resorts in the area can hold a candle to Ortisei when it comes to family-friendliness. From the gentle slopes to the world-class ski schools to the simply stunning resort centre, it’s the kind of place incredible family holidays are made of. Even when the snow/weather isn’t at its best, Ortisei is packed with amenities to keep the whole family busy.
Weather/Snow Weekly Forecast
Maps of Ortisei Dolomiti SuperSki
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Tourist Resources & Links
The sheer size of the surrounding area makes a little homework before setting off for Ortisei a good idea. If you want to make the most of your stay, you’ll want to spread your wings and head out of the centre of Ortisei to see what’s on offer. The following resources could help point you in the right direction:
How to Choose Transfers to Ortisei Dolomiti SuperSki
Trust us when we say that poor resort transfer services really can put a crimp on your whole holiday. Which is why Alps 2 Alps is committed to the highest possible service standards, coupled with the lowest prices you’ll find. Whatever time you choose to travel during the season, book your Ortisei transfers with us and you’lll benefit from:
Book Your Ski Transfer to Ortisei Dolomiti SuperSki
For the best possible prices on all Ortisei ski resort transfers, be sure to reserve your seats as early as possible. Particularly if planning to travel during the peak of the season, the most popular Ortisei transfers fill up fast! If you can’t find the resort or service you’re looking for on our website, be sure to get in touch with Alps 2 Alps for more information.
Wherever you choose to go, Alps2Alps will help you get the most from your ski trip!