Skiing round the Sella mountain group is a real experience
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“Sellaronda” - this is how the most popular ski route in the Dolomites is called. This route surmounts four mountain passes and connects the Dolomite valleys of Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa. It includes about 40 km of slopes and lift facilites and can easily be accomplished in one day, even if it requires a minimum of fitness! This ski route is easily accessible via Selva Gardena, Corvara, Canazei or Arabba. However, you can ski around the Sella mountain group clockwise (orange indications) or counter clockwise (green indications).
We warmly recommend you to start the route before 10 am in order to ensure that you complete the route before lift facilites close.
Sellaronda clockwise: (ORANGE)
> from Selva Gardena to Passo Gardena
> from Corvara to Passo Campolongo
> from Arabba to Passo Pordoi
> from Lupo Bianco to Passo Sella
Sellaronda counter clockwise: (GREEN)
> from Selva to Passo Sella
> from Lupo Bianco to Passo Pordoi
> from Arabba to Passo Campolongo
> from Corvara to Passo Gardena