Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski carousel in the world, and no stranger to technical innovation, has now embraced digital technology with its new 3D ski maps. The maps cover a area of 3,000 square km, monitored by 150 web cams, which give information on the weather and snow conditions of 1,500 km of ski runs. For each of the areas of the carousel, including Val di Fassa - Carezza and Alpe Lusia - San Pellegrino, there is a high resolution map, photographed by helicopter, using special cameras. The maps are georeferenced, 3D, highly intuitive and most of all completely free. Using the inter-active 360° application, you can have a preview of the view from the top of "Sass Pordoi", which stands at 2,950 m and is known as the "Terrazza delle Dolomiti". From the comfort of your living room you can try out the "Giro di Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino", the "Skitour Panorama", or even the "Sellaronda". Get to know the runs that you will be skiing on in the 7 different ski areas of Val di Fassa, with all the information at your fingertips about the length, height and difficulty of the slopes and the lifts to take. If you like you can try out the nerve jangling black pistes "Diego" (ski area Belvedere), "Ciampac" (ski area Alba di Canazei), "Vulcano" (ski area Buffaure), "Aloch" (Pozza), "Tomba (ski area Ciampedìe), "Piavac" (ski area Alpe Lusia) and "La Volata" (ski area San Pellegrino).