Not just skiing and snowboarding, but wind surfing too, plus paragliding, mountain biking, rafting, and rock climbing. Anyone who loves sport will be right at home in the Belluno area. Twelve months a year. The main winter sport is skiing. There are schools in the skiing areas with instructors on hand not only for beginners, but also for those who want to perfect their style. Cortina, Arabba with the Sella-Ronda circuit and the Marmolada, Val Biois and Valboite, with gentle slopes at the foot of the Antelao, Auronzo and Misurina, Mount Avena and Nevegal, not forgetting the area of Alleghe-Zoldo: there is ample choice for visiting skiers. Those who prefer cross country skiing have no less than 360 kilometres of trails at their disposal. Families can have fun in the playgrounds in the snow, like the one in Sappada. The ice rink in Cortina is the home for the matches of the local Cortina hockey team which plays in the Premier League, and it often hosts international ice skating shows.

You can go rafting on the rivers Boite, Caorame and Cordevole, while Lake Santa Croce in Alpago is a paradise for wind and kite surf enthusiasts. Numerous cyclists test their abilities on the tough Dolomite passes and the cycling paths designed for families. You can bike along the cycling paths of Calalzo di Cadore, Pieve di Cadore, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Cimabanche, Carbonin, and Dobbiaco (, which winds along the site of the old railway line. Other sporting and recreational activities include: hang gliding and paragliding, windsurfing, kayaking and other water sports to do on the rivers, torrents and lakes. Many of these sports can be done in Alpago too because not only is it a great place for cycling, but there are ideal routes for mountain bikes around Chies and the suburb of Lamosano. From Mount Dolada, on the other hand, you may well get the chance to see paragliding enthusiasts in the air, hanging below colourful wings.
Equestrian sports are also very popular with lots of stables and bridle paths.
Higher up, the Dolomites are the ideal place for anyone who wants to get in touch with untamed nature: hikes on routes of varying difficulty, ascents on steep Dolomite rock faces, strolls around the lakes such as Alleghe or Misurina.
Hunting and fishing are allowed at certain times of the year, but only in some areas