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Selva-Sella Ronda Resort Overview

Located in the heart of the Dolomites, Selva-Sella Ronda sits at an altitude of 1,563m, with the highest ski lift reaching 2,519m. Selva-Sella Ronda is part of the larger Dolomiti Superski area, offering access to an impressive 1,200km of skiable terrain.

The charming, traditional-style resort is a haven of wooden chalets and luxury hotels, many offering ski-in-ski-out convenience. The snowfall here is reliable, with the resort typically enjoying a strong snow base from December to April thanks to its high-altitude position.

Skiing in Selva-Sella Ronda

For skiers, Selva-Sella Ronda is a dream destination. The resort plays host to the renowned Sella Ronda circuit, a 40km interconnected ski route that loops around the stunning Sella mountain range. Offering 175km of pisted terrain, Selva-Sella Ronda caters to all ability levels.

Beginners will find an array of gentle slopes to build confidence on, with a selection of green and blue runs available right from the resort centre. For intermediates, the red runs offer a great mix of cruising pistes and more challenging slopes. The famous Sella Ronda circuit is a must-ski for any intermediate skier.

Advanced skiers aren’t left out, with an array of challenging black runs and extensive off-piste skiing opportunities. For a real challenge, try your hand at the World Cup downhill run in the neighbouring resort of Val Gardena.

Is Selva-Sella Ronda Family-friendly?

Selva-Sella Ronda is an excellent ski resort for families, with a pedestrian-friendly centre and a wide range of family-friendly accommodation. From self-catered apartments to full-service hotels, there’s something to suit all preferences. The resort also offers a variety of family-friendly activities, including ice skating and tobogganing.

Après-Ski Scene in Selva-Sella Ronda

In Selva-Sella Ronda, the après ski scene is a vibrant mix of traditional Italian bars and modern, lively venues. Whether you’re after a quiet vin brulé (mulled wine) in a cosy mountain hut, or you want to dance the night away, Selva-Sella Ronda has you covered. For a lively atmosphere, head to La Stua or Yello’s Music Club.

Dining in Selva-Sella Ronda

When it comes to dining, Selva-Sella Ronda offers an array of options. From traditional mountain huts serving hearty Italian fare to high-end restaurants offering gourmet menus, there’s something for every taste. For a truly special dining experience, try Restaurant Freina, or enjoy a rustic meal at Rifugio Emilio Comici.

How to Get to Selva-Sella Ronda

Travelling to Selva-Sella Ronda is straightforward, with several airports within a 3-hour drive. Bolzano Airport is the closest, at 50km away, followed by Innsbruck Airport at 120km and Verona Villafranca Airport at 190km. If you’re travelling by train, the closest station is Bolzano, which is connected by bus to the resort.

Selva-Sella Ronda Insider Tips

  • Don’t miss a chance to ski the Sella Ronda circuit – it’s a highlight of any trip to Selva-Sella Ronda.
  • Try a Bombardino, a popular Italian après ski drink, at one of the mountain huts.
  • For a fun day off the slopes, try snowshoeing or tobogganing.


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