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FrontRunners: Skiing Safari

Agustina Lagos Marmol, the founder of the Italian adventure-travel company Dolomite Mountains, created the new Luxury Three-Country Ski Safari (www.dolomitemountains.com) as the ultimate way to explore her favorite European ski destinations. The customizable journey travels by helicopter from Italy’s Dolomiti Superski—a collection of resorts with nearly 750 miles of slopes—to Saint Moritz in Switzerland and Arlberg in Austria. Certified mountain ski guides lead guests throughout the three-, six-, or nine-night adventures, which start at about $3,450 per person.

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