RS Skigebiet Sellaronda Sellarunde Bergstation Piz Boe
RS Skigebiet Sellaronda Sellarunde Bergstation Piz Boe

Sella Ronda

The famous Sella Ronda is a ski circuit round the fabulous Sella alpenstock and a great winter holiday experience

Sella Ronda, that's how the popular tour on skis round the Sella Group in the Dolomites is called. Already in times when there were hardly any streets and no lift facilities in Alta Badia, the Sella Group was partly surrounded on skis by the inhabitants of the Dolomite valleys, a way to reach the single areas. However, today the Sella Ronda is a very popular tour on skis in the great scenic landscape of the Dolomites and truly unique.

The circuit features a length of about 40 km and includes four Dolomite passes: Gardena, Sella, Pordoi and Campolongo. The Sella Ronda can be started in Corvara, Canazei, Selva Gardena or Arabba - an early start is recommended as the tour takes a whole day (min. 6 hours) and the lift facilities close in the late afternoon. You can ski the Sella Ronda in clockwise direction (orange markers) as well as counter clockwise (green).

A suggestion: make a quick side-trip to the Alpine Ski World Cup slopes of Gran Risa in La Villa (Alta Badia) as well as Saslong in Santa Cristina (Val Gardena valley). The lift facilities and skiing areas of the Sella Ronda are all included in the Dolomiti SuperSki Pass!

Sella Ronda clockwise:

  • Selva Gardena - Passo Gardena
  • Corvara - Passo di Campolongo
  • Arabba - Passo Pordoi
  • Lupo Bianco - Passo Sella

Sellaronda counter clockwise:

  • Selva Gardena - Passo Sella
  • Lupo Bianco - Passo Pordoi
  • Arabba - Passo di Campolongo
  • Corvara - Passo Gardena

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