Technically the Sella Ronda is not a ski area in its own right as you can not buy a lift pass which just covers the Sella Ronda. Instead it is an famous ski circuit within a huge ski area, namely the Dolomiti SuperSki. What often puts people off looking at the Dolomites as a destination is that you are unsure of which resorts are linked up and which ones are not. If you want a massive amount of skiing without having to get a any buses then the easy rule to follow is that if your chosen resort links on to the Sella Ronda Ski Circuit then it will be interconnected to a huge network of other resorts. If you are looking at a resort that is not directly or indirectly connected to the Sella Ronda Circuit then you will more than likely have to really on the local slopes of that specific resort.
Here are iSki we have made it easy to tell which resorts link up and which ones do not. If the resort that you are looking at is listed as a resort within the Sella Ronda, then as you might expect, it is one of the linked resorts. However, if the resort that you are looking on is only listed as the Dolomiti SuperSki and the Sella Ronda does not get a mention then your resort is one of the many resorts that is part of the Dolomiti SuperSki but is not linked. Hopefully that makes it a lot simpler and now you can get on with finding the perfect resort for your Sella Ronda ski holiday.
If you have already found what you are looking for or if you want to friendly advise on where to stay and when to go then do not hesitate to give our sales team a call on 02037780123. We will more than happily help with whatever we can.
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There is a huge amount of skiing in the Sella Ronda and there are loads of resorts that link up with it. The resorts all surround a central mountain known as the Sella Massif and there are signposted route for the clockwise and the anti clockwise route around the mountain. To ski a route around the mountain is a serious ski if you want to do it in a day. There are also loads of resorts that you can link off into which all have plenty of skiing to be discovered. Some of the more popular resorts are, Selva (Val Gardena), La Villa (Alta Badia), Arabba, Canazai and Campitello. There is a good range of skiing for all abilities and the terrain is good for skiers and snowboarders alike.
The apres ski scene in the Sella Ronda is pretty low key. You won't finmd umbrella bars and people dancing on tables but you will find quality restaurants serving top class food and wine. All the resorts in the area have bars that you can head to for a few apres ski drinks but as is often the case in Italy people tend to head home for dinner after skiing and then go out afterwards.