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All reviews ski tour orange route sella ronda both directions start early great fun intermediate skiers fantastic area black slopes car traffic days skiing sunny day fantastic views km marmolada signs snow
Caroline could hear Doug yelling something at her from the top of the next hill. What was it she wondered? Check out the Cows on the right? Wow you are so fast on your E-bike, what style! 2 seconds later, torn and twisted at the...More
This is a FANTASTIC ride. We started in Corvara, and as we had friends staying in Araba, we rode over Il Passo Campobasso and met them there and completed the other three passes with them. The scenery is fabulous, and the ride, whilst not 'extra...More
Touring around this beautiful part of the Italian Alps in the Dolomites was unforgettable. The cycling was steep up and down and the views from the top of each pass, stunning. The restaurants were a respite from our bikes and provided much needed fuel and...More
Experience to be done at least once in a lifetime. Pedaling together with thousands of people, without car traffic, in a Dolomite scenery, repays you for the effort. Four passes are not a joke with racing bikes, but you can do it with some training.
We stayed by chance at the time of the Sellaronda, a once a year cycling challenge of 53 km around the massive mountain range. The roads are completely closed to all traffic from 8am to 4pm which means all categories of cyclists can take part....More
I have done both routes and super recommend! Im a snowboarder and particularly prefer the orange route (less flat parts)
It is all day skiing without repeating any slope! Great fun for intermediate or above as there are a few black slopes.
The Sella Ronda is a ski tour around the Sella mountain range that takes between 3 hours (if you go fast and don't stop) and 5 hours, if you take your time. You can go in both directions - never use the same lift twice...More