Find out here the various ski itineraries in the Dolomiti Superski area, starting directly with skis on your feet at our house (click on the itinerary to find out more!)
– SELLARONDA SKITOUR
The tour of the four Dolomite passes develops around the Sella Group, crossing the territory of the four Ladin valleys of Fassa, Gardena, Badia and Fodom. The travel time is approximately one day. The tour of the Sella Ronda can be done clockwise, following the orange signs, and counterclockwise, following the green signs.
We start with the cable car just 20 meters from our B&B Appartamenti Cèsa Planber in Canazei!
It is one of the most spectacular ski raids in the world, a ski safari with modern lifts. Take the road of the four mythical passes of the Dolomites, the Pordoi Pass 2,239 m, the Sella Pass 2,237 m, the Gardena Pass 2,121 m and the Campolongo Pass 1,875 m. It is a succession of incomparable Dolomite panoramas, the Marmolada Regina delle Dolomiti, Sass Pordoi and Piz Boè, the Sella Group, the Sassolungo, the Cinque Dita and the Sasso Piatto.
– PANORAMA SKITOUR
The Ski Tour Panorama is a tour of the Val di Fassa. From any ski area you can start the tour in two directions, Yellow and Red, enjoying a magnificent day on skis amidst breathtaking views within the most famous peaks of the Dolomites.
We start with the cable car just 20 meters from our B&B Appartamenti Cèsa Planber in Canazei! After reaching the Belvedere Skiarea and the Col dei Rossi, where you will find the elegance of the Marmolada glacier right in front of you, go down with the brand new Funifor lift to Alba di Canazei, returning to the top with the cable car up to the Ciampac Skiarea. Reaching Sella Brunech we could enjoy a spectacular view of Punta Penia and the south face of the Marmolada.
From here, along a wide track, we descend to Val Giumela and through the Pala del Geiger chairlift we could climb to an altitude of 2,354, where the panorama opens up with a view of Val Monzoni with Punta Valacia, Cima 11 and Cima to the east. 12. Here you start a long descent that begins with the red Valvacin slope of about 1,640 meters during which you can enjoy a very particular view of the Sassolungo group, from whose perspective you can admire the Sasso Piatto. Almost at the end of the Valvacin slope it is worth stopping to look at the panorama in front of us that offers us the view of the famous Catinaccio / Rosengarten massif. At this point, based on technical skills, you can choose the red Panorama slope or the more recent and technical Vulcano black slope and get to Pozza di Fassa.
Between Pozza di Fassa and Vigo di Fassa a shuttle ski bus will take us in 10-15 minutes to the departure of the Catinaccio cable car. Upon arrival of the cable car we will find ourselves at an altitude of 2,000 meters at Ciampedie, our point of arrival, also called the “Campo di Dio“, which represents a real panoramic balcony over the Fassa valley and the Dolomites and is also famous for the extraordinary Vajolet Towers and the Catinaccio group. This is the ideal location for a relaxing break thanks to the many refuges with terraces from which to once again enjoy a 360 ° view of all the Dolomites.
Time to go back to Cèsa Planber! Excited by the magnificent landscape of the Catinaccio, we descend via the red Prà Martin slope which takes us to the chairlift of the same name. Arrived at the top we descend to the fun and demanding Thoeni slope which, with its 4.5 km length, takes us from Pra Martin to the town of Vigo di Fassa: a “red” with 700 meters in altitude, with curves and fun slope changes for all skiers. Between Vigo and Pozza di Fassa there are regular shuttle ski buses which in 10-15 minutes take you to the departure of the Buffaure cable car, from which the tour continues with the Col de Valvacin four-seater chairlift that will take tourists up to the top.
We continue towards other perspectives of these magnificent panoramas by descending the Pala del Geiger slope to arrive at the departure of the Orsa Maggiore quad chairlift which takes us up along the Val Giumela. Once on the top we will find ourselves in Sella Brunech, from which you have an exceptional view of the Sella group from which the “pyramid” of Piz Boè stands out.
At this point, ready for a very long descent that from the 2,419 meters of Sella Brunech will take us to the town of Alba di Canazei at 1,517 meters. An elevation gain of 902 meters. It starts with the red Sella Brunech slope of 1,700 meters to arrive at the Ciampac plain. From there begins the famous and technical Ciampac slope, 2,800 meters long, an exciting black slope where you can test your technical skills on the various slope changes that vary from 32% to 56%. Once in Alba di Canazei you can take the brand new Funifor lift that will take us to Col dei Rossi and, after a long descent, we will arrive at Pian Frataces through the Belvedere ski area along the track n. 3 Kristiania and crossing the forest on the track n. 6 Del Bosco, to finally reach the town of Canazei, the arrival point of our Ski Tour Panorama!
– SASS BECE’ SKITOUR
The most panoramic ski tour of the Dolomites, also known as the pink tour.
We start with the cable car just 20 meters from our B&B Appartamenti Cèsa Planber in Canazei! Once you reach the Belvedere Ski Area, following the fuchsia signs you will arrive at Passo Pordoi and, taking the cable car, a few minutes will give you the opportunity to reach the Terrace of the Dolomites, at an altitude of 2,950 meters. The Maria refuge will welcome you in a family atmosphere where, in relaxation, you can taste the scents of our cuisine, admiring the Dolomite peaks, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009.
The Belvedere Ski Area Tour is suitable for everyone and fun is guaranteed!
– “FIRST WORLD WAR” SKI TOUR
The itinerary runs along the Dolomite front and goes around the Col di Lana, the hill of blood, a symbol of the Great War. Along the way, you will encounter positions, tunnels and loopholes built by Italian, Austro-Hungarian and German soldiers during the First World War in the Dolomites, 1915-1917. Bloody battles were fought here between the Austrian and German Kaiserjäger on one side and the Italian Alpini on the other. The route winds at the foot of some of the most famous peaks of the Dolomites such as Lagazuoi, Conturines, Settsass, Sassongher, Sella, Civetta, Pelmo, Tofane and the Marmolada glacier.
The slopes are splendid and excellently prepared and suitable for everyone, particularly spectacular are the descent that from Lagazuoi leads to Armentarola and the longest slope in the Dolomites which from Cima della Marmolada, Punta Rocca, descending along the slopes of the Marmolada, reaches Malga Ciapela. Arabba is the ideal starting point and from our Garni Cèsa Planber you can reach it in an instant starting with the Pecol-Belvedere-Col dei Rossi cable car, just 20 meters from our hotel, and then ski down to the Pordoi Pass. It can be done both clockwise and counterclockwise.
– “LAGAZUOI” SKITOUR
The slopes are splendid and well prepared and suitable for everyone, particularly spectacular is the descent from Lagazuoi to Armentarola.
We start with the cable car just 20 meters from our B&B Appartamenti Cèsa Planber in Canazei! and then continue with the Col dei Rossi cable car. From here you first descend to the automatic Belvedere 6 seats n.107 with which you reach the descent for Arabba in the vicinity.
In Arabba you cross the village and go up with the Burz chairlift, go down and go up to the Bec de Roces Refuge, go down to the Campolongo Pass, go up with the chairlift to Monte Cherz, go down to the valley of the Cherz lifts in the opposite and go up with the chairlift to Prà Longià and then take the long descent to Armentarola.
From here with the numerous shuttles or the skibus you go up to Passo Valparola and Passo Falzarego, go up with the Lagazuoi cable car (m.2800) with a breathtaking view, go back down to the Armentarola slope along the Scottoni Refuge and the spectacular ice fall. At the bottom of the valley the connection with the Armentarola ski lift is guaranteed by the romantic horse-drawn sleigh, then you go down to San Cassiano and go up to Piz Sorega and along the slopes you reach Prà Longià and then the valley station of the Cherz lifts. go up then go down to Passo Campolongo, go up to Bec de Roces, go back down to Arabba, go up to Porta Vescovo and this time going left you return to Passo Pordoi, Pecol, Canazei and return to Garni Cèsa Planber.
Through a real virtual tour you can discover all 12 areas of the Dolomiti Superski ski area. Mapped with 360-degree panoramic images, 5-6 shooting points were selected for each location in order to offer a general and concise idea about the characteristics of each area. LOG IN TO THE VIRTUAL TOUR – SUPERSKI DOLOMITES
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