When you ski down the slopes of the Arabba-Marmolada Ski Area you are surrounded by some of the finest landscapes in the Dolomites, where you can also take a plunge into history with the Great War tour, or enjoy the famous Sellaronda tour and experience the thrill of being on the Marmolada glacier.
The landscapes you encounter as you ski on 63 kilometres of runs, which are just a part of the 1246 kilometres of the Dolomiti Super Ski to which this area belongs, are variegated and well suited to different levels of experience. For a real rush of adrenaline, tackle the Fodoma black run with its scary central wall.
Instead, if you wish to enjoy a panoramic descent, you should try the famous “Bellunese” which descends from the Rocca point for a remarkable distance of 12 kilometres as far as Malga Ciapela to reveal a succession of different views.
After skiing, enjoy the relaxation and warm welcome offered by the many hospitality structures in the area and make up your lost energy with the tasty dishes of the typical Ladin and Belluno cuisines.
Curiosities and tips
- The Arabba — Marmolada skiing area is the highest district of the Belluno Dolomites.
- “La Bellunese" is a time-honoured trail dating back 100 years.
- On the Marmolada stands the highest museum in Europe dedicated to the Great War: it offers a multimedia and sensorial itinerary for reliving the sensations experienced by soldiers during the War