Ski Lifts in Val Gardena

The Val Gardena ski lift system is reasonably up to date across the region and some of the recent on-mountain investment has improved the Sella Ronda circuit anit-clockwise, making it now equally good in both directions.

Val Gardena Ski Lifts 

Val Gardena has about 80 lifts. On normal days, queues are rare, except for in the morning at the main lifts leaving the resorts and going up the mountain. However the ski area is noticeably busier on weekends and at peak holiday periods.

Val Gardena Ski Passes

The Dolomiti Superski Pass entitles you to ski virtually every slope in the Dolomites including all of Val Gardena and all the Sella Ronda ski areas.  It also covers Cortina so entitles you to ski the ‘hidden valley’ of Langazuoi on the border of Alta Badia and Cortina (a long expedition for experienced competent skiers but worth it for the views) although it does not cover you for the tow behind a horse-drawn sledge which you need at the end of this run which is extra but not expensive. For prices and to order online go to Dolomiti Superski Website

The Val Gardena local area pass covers you for all the skiing above Selva, Santa Cristina and Ortisei (including Alpe di Siusi/Seiser) but not outside the Val Gardena valley so it does not enable you to go around the Sella Ronda. Buses between the Val Gardena villages are not included in this pass but they are free if you present a Val Gardena Mobil pass which are given to guests by most hotels. For prices and to order online go to Val Gardena Website  

First time beginner lift passes are also available. Skiers and boarders starting out on the nursery slopes for the first few days can buy tokens entitling them to 10 rides on a nursery slope lift.

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