A time of peaceful change

Spring is the season of blossoming: between March and April countless wonderful flowers start blossoming on the meadows and fields of Cortina. As snow begins to melt, colorful flowers paint with their fresh colors the hills and mountains at higher altitude, offering unique landscapes. The contrast between green flowery meadows and white peaks in the Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites is simply unforgettable!

Gradually, as snow melts, mountain trails become accessible and hikers can go higher and higher on the mountains. Lakes, rivers and waterfalls show their strength and beauty, overflowing with meltwater, woods teem with wildlife and air is pure, fresh and bracing.

With the arrival of spring, days start getting warmer and longer and it’s possible to enjoy some of the best ski and snowshoeing days of the season. It’s also one of the best periods to go ski mountaineering, as snow has settled and the weather is stable.

Spring skiing

Warmer temperatures and longer days make spring skiing particularly enjoyable. In Cortina, it is usually possible to ski until the beginning of May, thanks to the long season of the Faloria Ski Area, often the longest of the Dolomites. Ski mountaineering and snowshoeing too are normally still viable in spring, making it possible to explore Cortina's natural setting as it awakens after winter.


Hiking between lakes and waterfalls

While some high-mountain trails may become accessible only in the summer, others can be explored also in spring. In this season, water is undoubtedly the main element, enchanting with its power and abundance. Discover mountain streams, waterfalls and alpine lakes wandering through the Ampezzo Valley.

Let yourself inspire with Cortina Spring!