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Around the Sella Massif

Experience the ski circuit par excellence with the most spectacular views of the Dolomites Natural World Heritage Site.

The Sellaronda is one of the most popular ski circuits in South Tyrol and has won multiple awards as one of the world’s best ski circuits. Bet you can’t fail to say “wow” as you ski along the 40 kilometre long route around the Sella massif! The views from the tops of the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites are spectacular! The ski circuit runs across four passes and links the Ladin valleys of Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Fassa and Arabba. The Sellaronda ski tour can be completed at your leisure in one day and in both directions. The tour is so well connected with its perfectly prepared kilometres of pistes and several lift facilities that you almost never need to take off your skis! As regards connections: the starting point for the circular tour can be accessed by ski bus from the Kronplatz ski area. We recommend starting before 10am to ensure that you are back at the starting point in time before the cable cars close. The Sellaronda is suitable for intermediate-level skiers. Experts can ski along the World Cup pistes of “Gran Risa” in Alta Badia and “Saslong” in Val Gardena.

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For your holiday

Here you can find useful information about the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites, the legendary Witch tours and information about the selection of pistes in the Dolomites. 

What are the rules of conduct on the slopes?

The most important FIS rules for responsible skiing and snowboarding

Skiers and snowboarders under 18 years of age are required to wear a helmet.

To gain access to ski areas, you need to get the liability insurance (RC) to be protected against unwilling damage . Although most common policies cover winter sports, always make sure with your insurance company what are the benefits and coverage of yours.

For instance, the insurance "Snowcare" can be purchased for 3€ per day and is the most known ski and snowboard insurance in Europe. Check this website for more information.

Check your speed, signage, ride appropriately and choose the level of difficulty based on youyr skiing ability.

If you want to overtake, make sure there is enough room.

Don't underestimate the run traffic and the snow conditions during your time on the slopes.

If you fall, don't obstruct the way and stay where you are visible from above.

In case you are injured and cannot stand up, other skiers have the duty to provide assistance.

Remain at the scene and identify yourself, if you caused the accident or are a witness.

If you can't finish the run on skies or snowboard, you can walk down only by sticking to the side of the route.

Drunk skiing is as dangerous as drink driving and it is therefore forbidden by the law. The maximum consumpion permitted is 0,5% grams of alcohol in every 100ml of blood.

In critical situations, the SOS EU ALP app gives you assistance. It locates where you are and your position is then transmitted to the responsible control center, which can provide notifications to the medical services, mountain rescue, ground or air rescue units. This safety service is available in South Tyrol’s regions and Bavaria.