Skiing Tips

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The Sellaronda, the legendary skiing carousel around the Sella, and the connection to Alpe di Siusi and Dolomiti Superski (12 skiing areas and 1,200 km of slopes) can satisfy the needs of every skier, from beginners to pros. One ski pass allows you access to over 500 km of interlinked slopes, 95% of which are covered by artificial snow at all times, with some of the safest uphill lift facilities in the world which are regularly maintained every year in line with EU legislation. Every slope is prepared the evening before thanks to the use of over 300 snowcats. Many routes can be followed to really get the most out of the area, find our pick of the best below.

Sella Ronda

On the unique Sellaronda itinerary you can ski around the imposing Sella Group in only one day: this means app. 23 km of slopes, 4 valleys and three provinces with one single skipass. Plan for 6 hours excursion and pay attention to getting the last ski-lift in the afternoon (slopes close at 5 p.m.). Ski on the Sellaronda clockwise and counter-clockwise. There’s also the possibility to extend the tour – with the demanding Porta Vescovo slope in Arabba, the Marmolada or the Edelweiß Valley in Colfosco.

Green direction:
Lifts 15.705 m
Slopes 22.950 m

Orange Direction:
Lifts 13.518 m
Slopes 23.100 m

Mont de Sëura

With two super slopes right under the northern wall of the Sassolungo, where there’s not much going on compared to the other areas.

Ski Trips in Val Gardena

Click the link below to find some further suggestions of daily ski excursions to undertake during your stay in Val Gardena. Start from Ortisei, S. Cristina or Selva Val Gardena. Why not stop by one of the local and family-run mountain huts for a bite to eat?

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