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Dolomiti Ski Tour - Sellaronda from Cortina d'Ampezzo
"We will reach Corvara with a boarderline’s shuttle. From Corvara we are able to enter Sella Ronda directly. We go up to Gardena and take the Dantercepies run down to Wolkenstein in Gardena Valley. In the middle of the village we enter the gondola up to t we then go down-hill to the Lupo Bianco hut a nice place to take a break.The gondola gets you in the main ski area of Canazei. Then you're off on an 8km (4.5 mi) long run to Arabba. Soon it gets really steep; beginners can take a less steep passing route that runs beside this. Then a lift brings will bring you back to Corvara and Colfosco and after a short and wide run and with the next chairlift you reach a bear hut. Fro you can see the Marmolada.Then the tour goes on with the next run to the lift station short behind the Campologno pass. A chairlift takes you up to the Crep de Munt on the direct run to Corvara.""""The ski tour of the four Dolomite Passes around the Sella Massif is one of the most spectacular in the world. The tour can be done easily in one day
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Dolomiti and First World War Sites Ski Tour from Cortina d'Ampezzo
"The centre point of the First World War ski tour is the symbolic mountain of the 1st world war Mount Col di Lana. The 80 km (49 mi) tour takes you around this mountain. Everywhere you will find traces of World War 1: artefacts from the war era trenches running right through the rocks parapet walks and forts. At the Cinque Torri the Italian trenches can be seen and on the Lagazuoi you can visit the Austrian machine gun post and just below it the guard post with the officers’ shack with skis at its feet. The Armentarola slope is one of the most fascinating environments of the Dolomites. At the bottom
From EUR135.00
 
Dolomiti Ski Tour - Sellaronda from Cortina d'Ampezzo
"We will reach Corvara with a boarderline’s shuttle. From Corvara we are able to enter Sella Ronda directly. We go up to Gardena and take the Dantercepies run down to Wolkenstein in Gardena Valley. In the middle of the village we enter the gondola up to t we then go down-hill to the Lupo Bianco hut a nice place to take a break.The gondola gets you in the main ski area of Canazei. Then you're off on an 8km (4.5 mi) long run to Arabba. Soon it gets really steep; beginners can take a less steep passing route that runs beside this. Then a lift brings will bring you back to Corvara and Colfosco and after a short and wide run and with the next chairlift you reach a bear hut. Fro you can see the Marmolada.Then the tour goes on with the next run to the lift station short behind the Campologno pass. A chairlift takes you up to the Crep de Munt on the direct run to Corvara.""""The ski tour of the four Dolomite Passes around the Sella Massif is one of the most spectacular in the world. The tour can be done easily in one day
From EUR135.00

More General in Selva di Val Gardena

Dolomites - Blue flower

Only a few meters away we found another graceful blue flower, small and delicate.It is hard to take your eyes away from the sweeping vistas you have in the Dolomite mountains of northern Italy, some...
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Martin_S.
Aug 10, 2015

Rambles on Col Raiser

Col Raiser (opposite to Sassolungo) can be reached by gondola from St Christina - just down the valley to Selva. There are several huts in this area so makes for an enjoyable days rambling and...
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sandysmith
Apr 29, 2004

Italian Alps - The Dolomites, typical outcropping

This is one of the more outstanding examples of the type of bare stone outcropping you can see in the Dolomite area of Italy. There is a sudden stop in the green foliage and from that point upward you...
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Martin_S.
Dec 18, 2003

Italian Alps - The Dolomites, lunch time

As we were driving toward Marmolada we spotted this lonely picnic table and just could not pass it by. We enjoyed a fantastic lunch with some of the most amazing mountain views as our backdrop....
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Martin_S.
Dec 18, 2003

Italian Alps - The Dolomites

This is a good representation of the type of roads in the Dolomite area, the roads were in excellent condtion, but the number of bends, curves and turns was much higher than the straight sections. But...
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Martin_S.
Dec 18, 2003

Italian Alps - The Dolomites

Here we are in one of the small towns, take a look at the mountainous backdrop, that is some sight to see each day. It seems as if each and every one of the houses were built just yesterday, they...
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Martin_S.
Dec 18, 2003
 
 
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Italian Alps - The Dolomites

In the north of Italy the area bordering Austria on the south and Switzerland to the east, is the Dolomites, a wonderful mix of Italian, Swiss and Austrian personalities. The small towns strewn over...
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Martin_S.
Dec 18, 2003

Dolomites - lacy flowers

We found these beautiful flowers along the path just outside the hotel as we were taking an early morning walk before breakfast. This is the type of thing many people miss seeing, they are very small...
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Martin_S.
Nov 04, 2003

Dessislava, something special

You know how it is that a normal place becomes a special place because of something out of the ordinary that happens there. Well our stay at the Paradiso Hotel became "special" because of one person...
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Martin_S.
Nov 03, 2003

Friedrich August Weg

A favourite easy to moderate hike was to take the bus from Selva up to the Sellajoch Pass and then hike the Friedrich August Weg (path 594) which takes you around the base of the Sassopiato...
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sandysmith
Sep 14, 2003

Selva

Selva Gardena, at an altitude of 1,563 m above sea level, is situated at the head of the valley. It has a stunning location at the foot of the majestic Sella Massif and connected to the Sella Ronda -...
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sandysmith
Sep 14, 2003

See and hike the Dolomites. ...

See and hike the Dolomites. People also come here for botany and painting holidays Hiking on Col Raiser, Puez and the Sassolungo - there are so many to choose from. Like the Swiss Jungfrau area I was...
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sandysmith
Mar 08, 2003

Ortisei

Ortisei, at altitude of 1236m, is the largest village in the Val Gardena. The centre is a colourful pedestrian only area - a delight to wander around and enjoy the shops and cafes here before or after...
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sandysmith
Mar 05, 2003

St. Cristina

S. Cristina, is situated in the middle of Val Gardena at an altitude of 1,428 m above sea level. It Iies on the sunny side of the Val Gardena, in front of the Sassolungo. and at the base of the Monte...
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sandysmith
Mar 05, 2003

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Top 5 Selva di Val Gardena Writers

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sandysmith

"DOLOMITTEN SMITTEN!"
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Martin_S.

"The "Dolomites", northern Italy"
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rebibi

"Selva"
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chrishc

"Beautiful area, I want to go again"
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ITjetsetter

"skiing/ hiking heritage"
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