Dolomit Mountains - Sella Ronda  (Val Gardena, Ata Badia, Arraba, Fassa Carezza)

Season: beginig of december- half of april
Altitude: 1236 – 2778 m.
Ski slope length: 500 km
Tows: 200
Accessability:  Bolzano 43 km(46 min), Innsbruck 116 km (1h 30min), Venezia 209 km (3h 20min)

      Dolomit Mountains are placed in north Italy, trench to Bellano province, to Bozen, Südtirol and Trentino. For its uniqueness and nature glamour Dolomits become a part of UNESCO in 2009.      Sella Ronda is a ring around the same named mountain Sella. It is possible to hike here, ride a bike, ski and snowboard. While passing this verge you will cross four notches:  Sallajoch 2240 m., Pordoijoch 2239 m., Campolongopass 1875 m. and Grödnerjoch 2121 m.), wich chain four walleys  Gröden, Alta Badia, Arabba a Fassa.
Crossing  Salla Ronda on ski takes about 6 hours. In course of that time you will take 26 km on slopes and  14 km on tows.
Uninterrupted crossing is possible since 1970. It is possible to take „orange ride“ (to the right) or „green ride“ (left side).
While passing Sella Ronda skiers visit four known ski resorts:  Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa. The most known is Val Gardena with small towns  St.Ulrich, St.Christina and Wolkenstein.
What decoy tourists to that place - beside perfectly amended slopes, modern tows and unbeliavable nature - is trumpeted gastronomy. Having a rest, glass of amazing Italian wine and food od a terrace of typical south-tirol cabbin is outrageous experience.
      Sella Ronda, with its four resorst, is a part of great ski „district“ Dolomiti Superski, wich consist of 12 ski resorst with 1200 km of amended slopes and  450 tows. Dolomiti Superski is the biggest ski district over the world, all accessible for one skipass.    

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