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Sellaronda

Unique and World Famous

Motorbikers can hardly contain themselves when they talk about the fabulous pass roads and the wonderful panoramic views. That's because the Sellaronda includes four passes of the Dolomites and connects the following valleys of the Dolomites: Alta Badia / Hochabtei, Gröden/Gardena, Arabba, and the Fassa Valley. Since the 1970s, you can make this roundtrip (consisting of an unbroken chain of ski slopes and ski lifts) in the winter, too. The 40-km-long route (including slopes and aerial lifts) can be easily completed in a day, but skiers should be sure that they have crossed the final pass by 3:30 p.m. so that they don't miss the last lift before closing time. By the way: The Sellaronda can be traveled in both directions: clockwise and counterclockwise.
Sellaronda in the Clockwise Direction:

  • from Wolkenstein/Selva to the Grödner/Gardena Pass
  • from Corvara to Campolongo
  • from Arabba to the Pordoi Pass
  • from Pian Frataces to the Sella Pass

Sellaronda in the Counterclockwise Direction:

  • from Wolkenstein/Selva to the Sella Pass
  • from Pian Frataces to the Pordoi Pass
  • from Arabba to the Campolongo Pass 
  • from Corvara to the Grödner/Gardena Pass

Snowy Corvara

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