New at Val Gardena (Gröden)
Winter news 2018/19- The Mezdi chairlift (at Alpe di Siusi) will be replaced by a 6-seater chairlift, comfortable and fast, using the latest and most innovative technologies in the world.- On Monte Pana, the CHARLY slope will be widened/improved and the snow-making system will be improved and strengthened.- At Col Raiser, the connection between Seceda and Col Raiser, under the Gamsblut refuge, will be widened.- Numerous other small improvements on various slopes in Val Gardena
New, longer Furdenan ski lift + snowparkThe Furdenan ski lift in Ortisei/Oltretorrente will be replaced by a new and slightly longer ski lift. This will make it even easier and more convenient to ski from Furdenan to the valley station of the Alpe di Siusi cable car over the linking slope. At the same time, children and teenagers can look forward to a new snowpark, also in the Furdenan area.
New “Piz Seteur” 10-person liftConsisting of two sections, the gondola lift will bring maximum quality to Val Gardena in many respects. The cabins are considerably more spacious and also have a larger entrance area. New technical feature: the slower speed of 65 seconds in stations and 6 open cabins will allow more time for safe and stress-free boarding
Funslope Selva – A fast-pasted snow adventure on the SellarondaExcitement, fun and action on the slope: that’s the promise of the new Funslope Selva on the Sellaronda in Selva Gardena. Lots of funny sounds accompany your route over challenging obstacles in the snow. For kids and adults, for skiers and snowboarders, for the widest smiles on the faces of winter sports enthusiasts. Welcome to the Funslope Selva!
Gran Paradiso in Val Gardena - First 8-person chairlift with heated seats in ItalyOnce again this winter, Val Gardena is proving that it is one of the most modern ski areas in the Alps and a pioneer in many areas. In the 2016/2017 winter season, the new “Gran Paradiso” 8-person chairlift on Piz Sella in the community of Selva Gardena will replace the existing lift. It is the first 8-person chairlift with heated seats in Italy! But this modern lift has even more to offer. The slightly longer line of the new chairlift will, from this winter, also provide a direct connection to the Sellaronda (anti-clockwise direction - green), the Sella Pass and, consequently, to the famous and mystical "Stone City” (Cittá Dei Sassi). The new chairlift is also a real eye-catcher and absolutely unique in its class. Instead of the traditional grey/transparent weather-protection covers, the Piz de Sella Aktiengesellschaft lift operator has opted for the striking shade of blue. The covers will bring extra comfort for winter sports enthusiasts.
New ski slope in Val GardenaWinter sports enthusiasts can look forward to a new ski slope in Selva in Val Gardena this year. A 1,050 m black slope with the spicy name of "Paprika" will connect the upper part of the Piz Sella slope with the original slope to Plan de Gralba. Technical data for the “Paprika” slope: Length: 1,050 metres
Vertical difference: 294 metres
Average gradient: 29%
Maximum gradient: 35%
New features for the winter season 2014-2015 in Val GardenaImprovement in snow-making capabilities at the Sasso Levante lift (Sellaronda orange) and Dantercepies
Improvement and optimisation of slopes and snow-production systems throughout the ski resort.
Improvements in Val GardenaThe new "Dantercepies" 10-person cable car with a middle station, capable of transporting up to 3,000 people per hour, replaces the existing 6-person cable car. Length: 2,578 m, Vertical difference: 644 m
The stations feature an impressive innovative design. Modern lines help to integrate the technology perfectly into the surrounding landscape. “La Longia" slope: the 10.5 km red slope from Seceda to Ortisei has been widened and improved in certain areas.
Expansion and optimisation of snow-making facilities
Skiing in Val Gardena with wifiA free WIFI connection (hotspot) is now available at several lifts and at the ski pass ticket desks in the ski resort of Val Gardena/Alpe di Siusi.
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