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Val Gardena

Selva di Val Gardena, Italy
+39 0471 777777
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Dolomiti Ski Tour: Sellaronda from Cortina d'Ampezzo
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3 weeks ago
“Good walks with spectacular scenery”
3 weeks ago
“A right place to be skiing”
Selva di Val Gardena, Italy
+39 0471 777777
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Reviewed 7 April 2013

Great powder. Sunny, -9C , no winds. Slopes are fun, great for kids and family runs together; but not for double diamond experts. We did the close wise and counter close wise Sellaronda runs that took us thru 11 towns and over 40km of piste...More

Thank vonriesmann
Reviewed 6 April 2013

Selva, Val Gardena, Italy is an amazing place winter & summer! A winter wonderland with good connections to all the ski runs in the area. One of my favourite places is Monte Pana in the next town of S. Cristina lovely easy runs for beginners...More

Thank june r
Reviewed 31 March 2013

Great ski area. Wonderful open, wide well maintained pistes. Great circuits, and very comfortable pistes. Great for achrophobics!

Thank DSF13
Reviewed 31 March 2013

Everything is connected. Great slopes. tough ones as well as medium and light. Some of the pistes are the longiest I met. The Sellaronda is nice but crowdy. The pistes on Seceda are of the most beautiful I know.

Thank Tal H
Reviewed 30 March 2013

Fantastic scenery & skiing; is there anywhere better? It may not have the extreme skiing of other big resorts though the variety and distances that can be travelled are un-paralleled. Try the Hidden Valley, the GS slope in La Villa and a trip to the...More

Thank JnJ_ontour
Reviewed 26 March 2013

We have skied this area before but this year the snow conditions were the best we have experienced. Our Dolomiti Superpass kept track of our movements, and we averaged 20-34 km of skiing daily. The lifts are linked so ingenuously that you can easily ski...More

Thank Marj W
Reviewed 26 March 2013

Hundreds of kilometres of perfect skiing on perfectly prepared pistes. And stunning scenery around every corner.

Thank Graham382
Reviewed 24 March 2013

We did the tour green and next day orange... Last one is better and more intensive but easy to do if you are average and above skier... beautiful. first time after 10 year I would reconsider to come back to this area.

Thank AWinch
Reviewed 20 March 2013

Being an experienced skier, I have skied the best mountains in Europe. I chose to ski in the Italian Dolomites because of the Sella Ronda cirquit of pistes that I had read about. The obvious base for skiing around the Sella Massif was Selva di...More

Thank Caveman A
Reviewed 18 March 2013

Picturesque scenary but easy/boring slopes. No idea why they write in guidebooks that it takes 4-6 hours to complete the Sellaronda tour. It is 3-3.5 hours max both ways, and that - if you take little breaks on the way.

Thank DeLit
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HI, we would be there in South Tyrol in early June 2017. Is it worth going to Val Gardena in June? What can we do there?
23 February 2017|
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Response from ajojedapons | Reviewed this property |
There is a lot to do in the Summer! In the Dolomites: Lots of hiking, climbing, horseback riding, rivers, forests, flowers, mountain huts with their great food. In town the artisan wood carvers and there are summer folklore... More
I'm looking at booking for mid march what is the snow usually like and also I have 2 kids who only like long tree lined blue runs again is it a good resort for kids? Thanks
2 February 2017|
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Response from gfiore62 | Reviewed this property |
Hello! Mid-March is a little late in the season, but not too late. I have skied there until April 12, and their season typically goes until Easter. If you are lucky with the weather, you may have a lot of snow, with long... More
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Do they have restroom facilities at the refugios you went to?
7 July 2016|
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Response from Adam L | Reviewed this property |
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