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The Sella Ronda is the most recognized ski route of the Dolomites. 

ORANGE ROUTE (done clockwise)

The ORANGE ROUTE can be started from any of the four valleys but here is an example departing from the cable car Boè in Corvara that takes you down to Campolongo Pass.  Take the skilift at Bec de Roces where the piste begins for Arabba.  Once you’ve arrived in Arabba you take the next cable car up to Porta Vescovo, from there you go down the piste till you get to Pont di Vauz.  After a brief descent the chairlift Fodom will take you to the next chairlift Lezuo that takes you to Sas Becè. 

A piste then goes down to Lupo Bianco where you can take the gondola up to Sella Pass or Col Rodella.  A long and panoramic descent takes you through “boulder city” and down to Selva di Val Gardena.  From the center of Selva you then take the chairlft of Costabella up to the Dantercepies cablecar, that in turn takes you to Gardena Pass.  On the last stretch from Gardena Pass you follow a long gradual descent to Colfosco where you then take the chairlift Borest that takes you back to where you started…Corvara.

GREEN ROUTE (counter clockwise) ORANGE ROUTE (done clockwise)
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