The Dolomite summits which surround Dolomites Val Gardena were declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and thus granted special protection. Climbers have the opportunity to directly experience the beauty of these mountains: mountain climbers, athletes or bouldering fans will find everything they need for an exclusive climbing experience in the valley. But it’s Alpine climbers who will feel right at home: climb the Sassolungo together with a mountain guide and discover other Alpine routes. Besides the Sassolungo, the Sass Rigais and the Furchetta will take you to heights of over 3,000 m. Even the famous Marmolada, Sas dla Crusc and the Tre Cime can be easily reached from Val Gardena.
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In The Now
You can discover the mountain world on well-built roads and paths. Cablecars allow you to access the mountainous areas. Original alpine and refuge huts invite you to relax. On warm summer days, it is especially refreshing to hike in higher-lying areas and enjoy nature.
Discover | Climbing
When speaking of winter sports in Val Gardena, the first thing we are proud of is the variation. The picturesque towns and locations are surrounded by the characteristic mountain summits and amazing slopes. Jump onto the valley lifts and be taken to one of the most amazing skiing areas in the world. Find just the right slope for you regardless if you want to cross-country ski, snowboard, or Alpine ski. You can use the Dolomiti Superski pass every day to easily reach the Sellaronda skiing carousel as well as other ski slopes in the region.
Sledging | Tobogagging
Val Gardena is a real Paradise when it comes to tobogganing. Whether you are looking for easy slopes for your family or the more difficult slopes for yourself, we have the answer for you. The snowcovered panorama of the Dolomites is ideal to be explored during your stay.