The Four Dolomite Passes Tour

The Four Dolomite Passes Tour, called "Sella Ronda", is situated around the Sella massif, passing through the four Ladin valleys: the Val di Fassa, the Val Gardena, the Val Badia and the Fodom. It takes you about a day to do the tour.
The Sella Ronda ski tour can be done clockwise, following the orange marks, or anticlockwise, following the green marks. You start at 50 m altitude from the Hotel Pordoi and the Hotel Appartamenti Garni Gonzaga.
It is one of the most beautiful ski raids in the world, a ski-safari with modern ski lifts, which you can also use during summer, admiring famous valleys such as the Fassa Valley, the Val Gardena, the Alta Badia and the Fodom. You will see the following places: Canazei, Selva Gardena, Colfosco, Corvara and Arabba di Livinallongo del Col di Lana. You will pass the four mythic passes of the Dolomites: the 2.239 m high Pordoi Pass, the 2.237 m high Sella Pass, the 2.212 m high Gardena Pass and the 1.875 m high Campolongo Pass.
You can do the Sella Ronda also on two wheels, i.e. by bicycle, thinking of the historical deeds of Coppi and Bartali at the Giro d'Italia or by motorcycle, feeling the fizzy air in you face. Incomparable panoramas of the Dolomites follow one another, the Marmolada, Queen of the Dolomites, the Sella Group, the Sasso Lungo, the Cinque Dita, the Sasso Piatto and the Monti Pallidi, witnesses of the homonymous famous legend.
The Sella Ronda - either done on skis, two wheels or four wheels - leaves indelible impressions.