Winter in Val Gardena. A bucket list experience. There is so much to marvel at and discover: Dolomiti Superski with its 1,200 kilometres of slopes in twelve connected ski areas, the legendary Sellaronda around the rock massif of the same name, the Marmolada with its proud 3,343 metres of altitude, and the Saslong, the venue of the annual World Cup races. Those who prefer a quieter pace can explore the snow-covered wilderness of Vallunga in winter boots, hike the sunny Juac Alpe on snow shoes, and indulge in local flavours at one of the many mountain huts of Mt Seceda.
Just 900 metres...
... separate the Saleghes Dolomites from the entrance to the Sellaronda, with its lifts and practice slopes. Our private shuttle will take you there between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., and during the day the free ski bus stops directly in front of the hotel. And to get back? You can simply ski: until mid-March, a ski trail leads directly past our apartments.
Val Gardena Active
A weekly changing activity programme offers a personal introduction to Val Gardena in winter. Snowshoe hikes under the Odle Group, sunset ski excursions, night tobogganing with a stop at a hut, and so much more.
Receive expert support
The right technique. The right equipment. The best tips. Winter sports enthusiasts who visit Val Gardena have nothing to worry about.
Host Oskar is a certified ski and snowboard instructor and a member of the Selva Ski and Snowboard School. That means that group or private lessons can be booked directly at the reception. And the right equipment? Top Ski School & Rental, Mio Ski Rental and Quality Rental will deliver and collect your gear right on our doorstep.