Skiing in Corvara was absolutely spectacular! Perfect snow conditions and amazing blue skies meant the setting, with those amazing rocky outcrops of the Dolomites, was truly breathtaking. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site, and quite rightly so – there’s nowhere else like it, in the world. Being on the border of Italy and Austria, it’s got this cross-cultural groove going on – the locals speak a language called Ladin, a kind of dialect of Italian and the Tyrol, and the food is also a bit of a mix (though luckily veers more to the Italian than the Austrian.) Corvara is part of a group of villages which are all around the base of this part of the mighty Dolomites. They’re connected by road but if you get a Dolomite Superski pass to ski all areas connected by the Sellaronda (linked runs and lifts on top of the mountains) it means the skiing is nearly endless!