In a surprise announcement this morning, The Ikon Pass notified the ski world that 21/22 season pass holders will now have access to nearly a dozen Italian resorts via Dolomiti Superski along with the mythical home of the Streif downhill racecourse, Kitzbühel in Austria (travel restrictions permitting).

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Since Dolomiti Superski is a conglomerate of interconnected ski resorts, pass holders will get seven days of ��combined access” to the 12 resorts included on a regular Dolomiti Superski Pass. At Kitzbühel, guests will get unlimited seven-day access. Not only does this added access cement the Ikon Pass as a leader in ski travel in Europe, but it also offers pass holders a unique opportunity to traverse the Alps in road-trip fashion.

It bears highlighting how the scope of this Italian addition is downright massive. With some 296,526 acres of skiable terrain across 12 resorts, the entire ski domain covered by Dolomiti Superski will require repeat visits. On the other side of the coin, the addition of the famed slopes of Kitzbühel is significant as well. For speed freaks who’ve always wanted to see the Super Bowl of alpine ski racing, the festivities surrounding the Hahnenkamm are not to be missed.


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About Dolomiti Superski

Mid-mountain views don’t get much better than this. | Photo: Ski Area Alpe Lusia – Dolomiti

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dolomiti Superski is an interconnected ski domain that includes some 12 resorts and almost 300k acres of skiable terrain. The 12 ski resorts are Cortina d’Ampezzo, Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Alpe di Suisi, Val di Fassa, Carezza, Arabba Marmolada, 3 Zinnen, Val di Fiemme, Obereggen, San Martino di Castrozza, Girschberg Jochtal, Alpe Lusia and Civetta. Fly into Venice or Innsbruck, both of which are just over 2 hours away by ground transfer.

Mountain Stats: 
  • Average Annual Snowfall – 300 inches
  • Skiable Terrain — 296,526 acres
  • Trails – 887
  • Chairlifts – 450

About Kitzbühel

Kitzbuhel Ikon Pass
Kitzbuhel is a sprawling resort with something for just about everyone. | Photo: Neil Ward

When bedecked in fresh snow, Kitzbuhel is a storybook winter wonderland complete with narrow streets, candles burning in the windows and the constant jingle of bells on horse-drawn sleighs. This former silver mining town, which dates back 700 years, lies at 2,600-plus feet (or 800 meters) above sea level and features breathtaking scenery reminiscent of scenes from the Sound of Music. Fly into Innsbruck to access Kitzbuhel, which lies just an hour to the east.

Mountain Stats: 
  • Average Annual Snowfall – 300 inches
  • Skiable Terrain — 1,421 acres
  • Trails – 96
  • Chairlifts – 57

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