Sella Ronda – Ski tour deluxe
With the Sella Ronda, during your skiing holiday in the Dolomites, a fascinating winter sports experience in alpine surroundings awaits you. This combination of downhill skiing and ski tour takes you in one day once all around the Sella Massif – it represents for most holiday guests the highlight of their winter holiday in Val Gardena. During this circular ski tour you cross four mountain passes, before at the end of the day you get back at the starting point. Look forward to spectacular alpine scenery on the Passo Sella (2,240 m), the Passo Campolongo (1,875 m), the Passo Pordoi (2,239 m) and the Passo Gardena (2,121 m).
Sella Ronda: downhill pleasure and ski tour in the Dolomites
The entry into the legendary Sella Ronda can be done at various points in the valleys of Fassa, Buchstein, Badia and Gardena. 26 km of slopes, easy blue and medium red, must be conquered on the Sella Ronda. The various ski slopes are linked by numerous highly modern ski lifts, which can all be used with the Dolomiti Superskipass. The circular ski tour can be done both clockwise and in the opposite direction. Both routes are colour-coded: the orange marker takes you clockwise and the green marker counter-clockwise around the Sella Massif. Experienced skiers will need about six hours to arrive back at the starting point after about 40 kilometres.
Exciting circular ski tour at the Sella massif
Guests of the Sporthotel Monte Pana in S. Cristina from their holiday destination have direct access to the Sella Ronda. Thanks to the 4-seater chairlift, the first ascent is only a few meters from your accommodation. It is advisable to start the circular ski tour already before 10.00 am in the morning, and it should be ensured that the last pass crossing takes place not later than 3.30 pm. The ski lifts stop at around 5.00 pm and the Sella Ronda is closed after that. With one ski pass you may cross four Dolomite passes, discover four different valleys and enjoy varied hours in the white powder snow in front of a breathtaking mountain panorama.