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Environmental friendliness/environmental protection Val Gardena (Gröden)

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Environmental friendliness of the ski resort Val Gardena (Gröden)

Great emphasis is placed on local produce and environmental protection in Val Gardena. Almost all of the lifts are powered by green energy (hydroelectric power stations in South Tyrol). Holders of a Val Gardena Mobil Card are entitled to unlimited use of the valley and village ski buses (excluding the Saltria-Monte Pana line and Val Gardena Night Bus). Children up to 6 years old travel for free. Skiing through forest areas is prohibited.


Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site

Public transportation/on-site mobility

  • No direct train connection
  • Comprehensive ski bus network
  • Scheduled buses
  • Mobility has always been an important consideration in Val Gardena. Skiers can leave their cars parked in the garage and still enjoy easy and convenient access to the slopes. The valley ski bus runs every 15 minutes and is free of charge for Val Gardena Mobil Card holders. It runs less frequently during the pre-season and post-season. There is also the Val Gardena Night Bus.

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