Marmolada 1-day Freeride skiing in the Dolomites

Explore the endless skiing possibilities of the stunning Marmolada in the Italian Dolomites on this 1-day trip with Valerio, an IFMGA-certified mountain guide.




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Dolomite Mountains

People per Guide

3 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec

Type of Trip



  • Be the first to ski the fresh snow of the mountain.

  • Discover the breathtaking views that Marmolada offers.

  • Practice your advanced skills on exciting new terrain.


Get ready for an unforgettable day skiing on Marmolada, the Queen of the Dolomites! With an altitude of 3,342 meters, this mountain is every backcountry skier’s dream! Join me and discover the reason for yourself.

Marmolada offers vast open terrain and slopes for all types of skiers. There’s also cablecars that can take us up up to 1,600 meters with stunning views along the way. On this trip, you’ll be able to enjoy a full day of fresh snow slopes! I’ll organize the itinerary based on your skills and weather.

This is an easy trip for experienced skiers looking to enjoy fresh snow. Participants need to be in good physical and health conditions. If you have any health problems, please let me know before the start of the trip.

Ready for a thrilling freeride ski adventure in the Dolomites? Then book your trip now!  I can’t wait to show you around the stunning Marmolada.

If you are looking for more adventures in Italy, follow me on this  Cima Grande di Lavaredo ascent or going up the Presanella.

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Price per person

Group of 1
270 EUR

Group of 2
135 EUR

Group of 3
90 EUR


Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Personal Insurance
 Price does not include skipasses.

Other details

Skill level required


Fitness level required


Meeting point

Cableway to Malga Ciapela.

More info

Make sure to bring:

-Freeride equipment, such as skis

-Self-rescue kit in case of avalanche (shovel, artva and probe)

-20-liter backpack



About the Guide


An IFMGA certified mountain guide (among other things), I grew up in Mestre (Venezia), while climbing historic Venetian towers and walls during the 1980s.

I've always used climbing and skiing as an excuse to travel and have been lucky enough to visit Norway, Sweden, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Morocco, Greece, Nepal, India, Kenya, Turkey and many other wonderful spots.

Married to Elena and father to Filippo, Nicolo and Mattia, I'm forever faithful van, with which I share a large part of my life!



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It was a great time! Wonderful climb and Valerio is a great partner!
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