4 passes tour
Sellaronda is the biggest ski circuit in Italy, with approximately 600 km of slopes which link the Val Gardena, Val Badia, Val di Fassa and Arabba. It is also known as the "4 passes tour" (“Giro dei 4 passi”) due to the way in which its lifts connect the valleys through four Alpine steps.
This circuit can be followed in both directions and, if there are no queues, takes 5/6 hours depending on the skier’s level. It goes without saying that skiers can also follow just part of the route depending on the time they have available and on their level (of skill).
Of all the slopes, the most famous ones are those that host the World Cup: the "Gran Risa" (giant slalom) and the "Saslong" (free descent).
Since 1999, its first year of existence, the Sellaronda has also been very popular in summer. Hiking lovers can go the whole way around the Sellaronda on foot, and enjoy the magnificent view. What’s more, closed paths are covered by the ski lifts or the bus routes. The ski lifts are cutting-edge and extremely comfortable. There are lots of 4-6 seater covered cable cars and chair lifts with automatic docking and plexiglass windows.
Click here to see map.