Runs of all difficulty levels connect the slopes beneath the Sassolungo in Val Gardena. Flat and steep runs, easy and extremely difficult slopes alternate throughout the resort. The direct connection between the runs and the ski regions of the Fassa Valley, Arabba/Marmolada and Alta Badia, and the suggested tour around the Sella group (Sellaronda), creates an amazing variety of slopes with limitless variations. The Sellaronda goes right past Selva Gardena and is easily accessible from St. Cristina. Those wishing to access the Sellaronda from Ortisei, first need to go up the Seceda (2,518 m) and then down to St. Cristina. Above St. Cristina, you take the Val Gardena Ronda Express to the Saslong lift, where you can then start the Sellaronda. Funslopes, race courses and speed measurement runs can also be found distributed throughout the ski resort. The unique landscape is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Total: 178 km
The ski resort is located directly on the famous Sellaronda and is therefore linked to over 500 kilometres of slopes.
Artificial snow-making 630 Snow cannons 98 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available There is at least one valley run with snow-making capabilities leading to all villages in Val Gardena.
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Seceda-Ortisei (La Longia) · Length 10.5 km · Elevation difference 1283 m The 10.5 km "La Longia" is one of the longest ski runs in the Dolomites. It leads from the Seceda (2,518 m) down to Ortisei (1,235 m).
Most difficult run
Saslong · Length 3.4 km · Elevation difference 839 m
Saslong It ranks among the great legends of alpine skiing. Every year, a few days before Christmas, one of most significant and spectacular downhill races in the world takes place here. The start of the race is at the Ciampinoi mountain station above Selva Gardena. You can ski in the tracks of Bernhard Russi, Hermann Maier and Bode Miller over wide and perfectly groomed slopes, down over the ‘Camel Humps’ and Ciaslat Meadow to the finish line near the base station in St. Cristina. With a length of 3.4 kilometres and 839 vertical meters, it is a must.
Suggested routes through ski resort
Sellaronda - panoramic tour around the Sella group. In the 5 to 6 hours it takes to do the tour, you pass through the ski regions of Alta Badia, Arabba/Marmolada and the Fassa Valley. The Sellaronda can be skied in two different directions. The higher and more challenging orange tour goes in a clockwise direction, while the green tour follows an anti-clockwise direction.
Val Gardena Ronda - this circuit takes you over the most beautiful slopes accompanied by the spectacular backdrop of the Dolomites and the Sassolungo.
Culturonda - a ski tour exploring the cultural attractions of Val Gardena.
Gherdëina Skiring - this tour takes skiers to the Alpe di Seceda and the Sella Cuca, to Furnes, then to Col Raiser, the Saslong run, to Piz Sella and finally to Dantercëpies.
Slopes from the 1970 World Cup - over 30 years ago, skiing history was written on the slopes of Val Gardena in the 1970 World Cup. A supreme tour! Today, these slopes are among the special highlights. A day tour, starting in Ortisei, St. Cristina or Selva Gardena, takes you on the trail of the 1970 World Cup!
Snow park/Fun park
Speed measurement course offered - free of charge On the Piz Sella, Col Raiser and Monte Pana
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge On the Seceda, Ciampinoi, Col Raiser, Piz Sella, Dantercepies, Sotsalong and Monte Pana