About the Resort
Found in the South Tyrol region of Italy, the beautiful Val Gardena ski area is made up of a collection of villages, right in the heart of the Dolomites. Set in a picturesque backdrop, you’ve got direct access to the Sella Ronda and much further – right across the Dolomiti Superski area.
Skiers of all standards will find pleasure on the Val Gardena piste map. There is a good area dedicated to beginners on the edge of the village of Selva, it’s either a walk or a short bus ride away from some of the accommodation.
If you’re looking for Val Gardena ski accommodation, there are lots of choices of places to stay. There’s a good variety including B&Bs, smaller garni hotels, guest houses, hotels and houses to choose from.
When looking at Val Gardena weather, the resort sees an average of 3.6 snow days per throughout the December to April season. The heaviest snowfall is seen in April; 4.4 days per week.
For non-skiers in Val Gardena, there are lots of alternatives to come and enjoy. These include dog sled rides, horse-drawn sleighs, ice climbing, and ice skating.
Val Gardena is definitely a great area for snowmaking and skiing. With spectacular backdrops and beautiful scenery, you’ll be certain of some picture-worthy views. It also has some excellent mountain huts to visit. The Val Gardena piste is made up of superb local slopes; benefiting from big verticals.
+ Arguably the best access into the Sella Ronda and great local slopes
+ Very snowsure thanks to an incredible snowmaking system
Things to think about
– Beginner areas a little isolated from town
– Natural snowfall a bit erratic and limited off piste
– Main Sella Ronda circuit can get crowded on sunny days and at weekends
Dolomiti ski pass covering the whole dolomite ski area. Prices are for high season.
Child Pass Price is junior pass for children born after the 27/11/2006
Under 8’s Free with paying adult.