The Dolomiti Superski region is the largest ski zone in the world encompassing 12 ski areas in total, much of which is connected by dozens of gondolas. From the trendy Cortina D'ampezzo, to Corvara, San Vigilio and other great towns dotted throughout the region known as Alto Adige you can access both expert and more intermediate slopes for days on end. With such a massive area to cover, it's always a good idea to study a map and stick to a plan of where you will be by mid afternoon; otherwise you may find yourself several mountain ranges away from where you started!
The best part? If the snow is terrible (not likely but possible) you can always indulge in the culture and feast on the best damn slope side food you will EVER have with a delicious mix of Italian/German/Austrian influences.
Location:S. Vigilio di Marebbe, Italy
Note:When In Italy, make sure to use the native word "Funivia" to refer to the gondolas. The latter is generally found in Venice, and most Italians will look perplexed if you ask them how to get to a water taxi in the middle of the mountains in winter ;)