Dolomites

Maximum Alçada.: 3.343 m.
Location: Alps – Italy.
Main difficulties: Technical level of the slopes chosen and the amount of miles traveled each day.
Expedition Dates: 29 Gener – 5 Febrer the 2011

Sella Ronda is the best ski tour across Europe. It is located in Italy , els in the Dolomites , and covers altitudes between 1132-3342 meters.

Description:

This time I joined the group of skiers Francisco to meet my cousin this wonderful region of the Alps and enjoy a unique experience for skiing domains DOLOMITI Superski.

The Sella Ronda is extraordinary skitour. Us 37 km long and slopes from a marvelous landscape that offers impressive views in the most beautiful Dolomites. Around Sella Ronda is circular and can be done in both directions. Following the signs indicated clockwise orange, amb length 36,6 km or following the green signal (CCW)with 38,7 km. Each tour offers different things and tracks where passes are also completely different. The vault in orange is more difficult and therefore it is recommended rather experienced skiers. Around Sella Ronda we can occupy almost the whole day, if it was stopping to eat, i rest fer photos (also depend on the level of skiers). It is advisable to leave early in the morning to not be left hanging somewhere in the circuit because the lifts close at 17:00 the bus service is also usually end up at this time.

All the Sella Ronda region offers 550 km of ski slopes in total. There are trails for skiers of all levels. There is no possibility of practicing curving, freeride, ski, i fons of mountaineering esquí. The tour can begin at these centers: Campitello, Canazei, Val di Fassa, Arabba, Colfosco, Val Gardena to Corvara.

Must buy skipassport called Dolomiti Superski, because the special pass just for the Sella Ronda there. The Dolomiti Superski offers Skipassport 1.200 km of ski slopes impressed with conditions. Fora of the Sella Ronda area, can be accessed with the same pass, per instance, centers: Owl, Alta Pusteria or Cortina d'Ampezzo. A domain esquiables inmens.

We we were staying in Sta.Christina, in the Val Gardena, with superb access to the whole area of ​​the Sella Ronda. Although not as well connected, the beautiful village of Canezei can be a fantastic option to stay.

I would highlight the magnificent quality of the facilities of these resorts. Besides offering an immense ski pass at a price of similar or even cheaper than the stations in the Pyrenees. A paradise of skiing that we enjoy during 6 days it took us to make an average of 45km daily esquiats.

Recommend:

-Carry around a saddle round in both directions (green and orange track circuit.)

-Visit the area of ​​Arabba Marmolada and to the views and the technical level of the tracks.

-For expert skiers, and black tracks Ciampac Sasslong (world championship).

-Do not forget to try the bombardino, an alcoholic drink made from egg cream and coffee.

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