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Splitboarding tours in the Dolomiti Superski area

Splitboarding tours in the Dolomiti Superski area
Dolomites
Dolomites
Dolomites

Enjoy an exciting splitboarding trip in Dolomiti Superski, the biggest ski resort in the world, with IFMGA certified guide Renato Bernard.

Private

Dolomite Mountains

+1 Day

Jan - Mar, Dec

Intermediate

Intermediate


Description

I am a local mountain guide and ski instructor who have been skiing and riding around Europe for a long time. In this tour I invite you to join me for an amazing splitboarding tour at the Dolomiti Superski, in Italy.

Dolomiti Superski is the largest ski resort in the world. It offers 1,200 km of fabulous slopes, with 450 lift facilities and 30 snowparks, spread over 12 ski resorts (Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Arabba and Val Di Fassa, among others).

Furthermore, you will be delighted with the magnificent scenery of the Dolomites,  a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The sharp peaks, the gentle hillsides and the picturesque seas constitute a unique and breathtaking scene. And it is a scene you will surely never forget.

Located in Südtirol, Italy, on the border with Austria, this winter sports area offers slopes for all levels. So, no matter if you are a beginner or an expert, I’ll adapt the itinerary for you.

We’ll meet at the best possible located and decide where to go. We can ride together for one or several days. It all depends on how much you want to see and how much you want to do.

So, if you are up for a stunning splitboarding experience at Dolomiti Superski, please contact me! I am sure that you will have an amazing winter vacation!

I also offer another splitboarding tours in the Alps. Check out, for example, my Haute Route 6 day tour, and my Silvretta Alps 4 day tour.

Price includes

- Guiding fee


About the guide

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Renato & Guides' team

4.80

(223)

Mountain Guide

Hi! I'm Renato, IFMGA guide from the Dolomites, and I work together with my colleagues Robert, Bruno, Patrick, Benedetta & Walter (German speaking). If I'm not available to guide you, one of them will take care of you.

I was born in 1961, I live in Campitello di Fassa, in the Dolomites, together with my family. I have two sons, one is a mountain guide, the other is a ski instructor. I am a certified mountain guide since 1982, an instructor of guides, alpine ski instructor and a Federal coach for ISEF.

Being in the mountains has always been my passion, guiding people, teaching them climbing, mountaineering... during the various seasons of the year. I very much enjoy drawing nice curves in fresh powder snow and discover the charm of the frozen waterfalls.

My curriculum and professional mountaineering is made of many ascents and some openings of routes in the Dolomites and the Alps. I climbed in Yosemite Valley (California), Ben Nevis (Scotland) and Norway, Greece, Spain and Sardinia. I did also several high altitude climbs like Mt Denali (Alaska), Ama Dablam (6828m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Manaslu (8163m), Shivling in India (6545m), Cotopaxi and Chimborazo in Ecuador (5897m and 6310m), Patagonia (Argentina).

Feel free to get in touch with me if you are coming in the Dolomites for skiing (alpine, freeride and ski touring), rock climbing, sport climbing and multi pitch climbing. It will be my pleasure to guide you here and let you discover my secret spots.

Languages

Italian | German | English

Certificates

UIAGM

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What people are saying about Renato & Guides' team

Pauline

5.00

Patrick lead our group of 4 expertly through the Sella Ronda in the Dolomites. He had a great knowledge of the lifts and terrain, and matched our abilities with the available runs. Communicated the day prior to confirm booking which gave us great comfort. Would highly recommend.

Gordon

2.00

Hi - unfortunately this trip did not really work out how we had envisaged it. Partly this was unavoidable due to the weather, avalanche risk and the snow conditions off piste being very poor. But we were very disappointed that having thought we were booking hut to hut trip where we would do lots of skiing in between, in reality we were just doing a trip where we separately (as in with a car ride across the ski village in between) hiked up to 2 different huts, stayed a night and then skied back down the way we had walked up. We appreciate that the conditions made things difficult but we felt that the guide Paolo could have been much more proactive in finding some patches of good snow, thinking about what a fun trip might be given the first plan was not possible. Rather than just defaulting to asking us what we wanted to do, and, as we did on Days 2 and 3, defaulting to skiing mainly on piste. On our 4th day, without Paolo, we managed to find some decent patches of snow to ski off piste in ... so they were there if he had made the effort to seek out and find them. Paolo was a nice guy and we appreciated his company, but we were maybe hoping for someone a bit more experienced and proactive who could ride with the challenges conditions threw at him still find interesting touring and off-pisteing to do. Just going up to a hut and back down twice is not what we had wanted/ felt we paid for. The Explore-Share service of finding the guide was fine, but the outcome did not live up to what we hoped. Thanks. Gordon 07867 801245

Manuel

5.00

Paolo was an incredible guide. He was patient and knowledgeable and took us on some great terrain. I would highly recommend him to anyone interested in free riding in the dolomites!

Yonatan

5.00

On our meeting day the forecast was for a foggy day. Renato was a professional and decided not to go full on off pist, not only that he was very creative and found a way to help us practice some great techniques, while still finding some nice fresh snow and a lot of fun. Exactly what I expected when I was looking for a mountain guide, some to enjoy with, that on the same time will be responsible and reasonable. He is super experienced- instructing the local mountain guides on their training.

Bambi

2.00

Our Guide was cold and distant and not sensitive to our needs. We are older women who wanted to go slow. She tried to convince us not to do the Via Ferrata because she thought we couldn’t handle it. Not true. I went through it and absolutely loved it. I took my time, and she seemed very rushed. The trip I had scheduled was canceled because of a problem with the route being closed. We had to do a different via Ferrara. That was OK. I wanted to take my time. Enjoy the scenery and she was hurry. Hurry hurry us. When we got to The Via Ferrata, she said there was no way we could handle it and that we shouldn’t go. I thoroughly enjoyed my climb, but my friend felt so pressured and uncomfortable by our guide not to go that she turned back. Unfortunate but I had a fabulous climb. (The tour was guided by certified mountain guide Benny)


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