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Ski holidays in the Dolomites

Ski dreams come true on the renowned Sella Ronda round tour

The Sella Ronda ski safari has a long tradition:
 
Ski holidays in the Dolomites
 
 
it was done on skis at times when the roads around Sella Mountain where not always accessible; and in this way the villages surrounding the imposing Dolomite massif could be connected. Now, this tour is pure adventure during a skiing holiday in the Dolomites. Put on your skis and discover spectacular landscapes in-between the steep Dolomite rocks. The Sella Ronda tour can be done clockwise or counter-clockwise.

The one-of-a-kind ski circuit embedded in the breathtaking landscape of the Dolomites takes you over 4 Dolomite passes - the Campolongo Pass, Pordoi Pass, Sella Pass and Gardena Pass - and to five villages - Arabba, Canazei, Selva Gardena and Corvara and Colfosco in Alta Badia.

The runs are suited for fairly experienced skiers who are in normal physical condition.
If you like it more sporty, you have the choice of some recommendable detours such as the giant slalom run Gran Risa in La Villa/Alta Badia or the downhill run Saslong in St. Cristina/Val Gardena.

It is important to leave at 10 am at the latest so that you can get back to your starting point in time before the lifts close.

In total, you have to allow for about 6 hours including runs, ascents and breaks to tackle the Sella Ronda.

Technical data of the Sella Ronda:
Tota lenght: 40 km (Lifts and slopes)
Ski slopes: 26 km
Estimated time for the lifts: ca. 2 hours – waiting times are possible
Estimated time for the descents: ca. 1,5 hours depending on oen's ability.

Recommendations:
  • It is recommended to start the tour before 10:00 am
  • It is very important to pass the last mountain pass before 3.30 pm. Otherwise you risk to miss the last lifts to your starting point.
  • In case of bad weather (heavy snow or wind) some lifts can be closed.
  • Open lifts and snow report