Skiing in the Sella Ronda starting at our Ski-in and Ski-out B&B

Experience the snowy mountain scenery of the Sella Ronda – a winter wonderland!

  • Bed and breakfast in the Sella Ronda
  • Garni Astrid on the ski slopes of the Sella Ronda
  • Sella Ronda: Ski slope Freina to the Garni Astrid in winter
  • Sella group (mountain range in the Dolomites) in winter
  • Sella Ronda: Ciampinoi cable car
  • On the Ciampinoi, view towards the Sassolungo
  • Sella Ronda: View from Ciampinoi towards Passo Sella and Col Rodella
  • Sella Ronda: Ski slope Ciampinoi 5
  • Sella Ronda: Ski slope Ciampinoi 6
  • Sella Ronda: Piz Seteur chairlift
  • Sella Ronda: chairlift Città dei Sassi
  • Sella Ronda: View from Passo Sella towards the Piz Sella
  • Sella Ronda: Sassolungo massif - Salei Hut and Fienile Monte Hut
  • Sella group and Belvedere
  • Sella Ronda: View from Passo Sella towards Belvedere and Marmolada
  • Sella Ronda: Belvedere
  • Sella Ronda: View from Belvedere towards Sassolungo and Passo Sella
  • Sella Ronda: View from Belvedere towards Sassolungo and Passo Sella
  • Sella Ronda: Alta Badia
  • Sella Ronda: Jimmy Hut above the Passo Gardena
  • Sella Ronda: Chairlift Piz Seteur
  • Sella Ronda: Piz Seteur and Gran Paradiso

The white ski slopes of the Sella Ronda right at our doorsteps! … the snow-covered Dolomites under gloriously blue sky in your sight and the pleasant, warming sunrays in your face: this is how you can enjoy your winter holiday in Selva di Val Gardena in South Tyrol. The Sella Ronda is a wonderful panoramic ski route where you drive around the Sella Massif over four mountain passes with your skis and by using cable cars and chairlifts to get back to the starting point again.

Our Bed&Breakfast is ideally located at the feet of the Ciampinoi ski slopes, in the centre of Selva/Wolkenstein at the end of the ski slope leading from Plan de Gralba back to Selva. Practically speaking, the Sella Ronda passes right in front of our house. The skiers and snowboarders have the possibility to start out for the SELLARONDA (26 km of slopes with your skis on), the world-renowned ski carousel around the Sella Massif to get into the neighbouring Ladin Dolomites valleys and return back home still with their skis on, totally without using a ski bus and all in one day.

Also the ski tour to Malga-Ciapela-Marmolada (Punta Rocca 3265 m), the ski tour of the First World War, the ski tour to Lagazuoi and Falzarego (2742 m), to the Cinque Torri in Cortina d'Ampezzo, to the Pilgrimage Church of Santa Croce (2045 m) or to the „Gran Risa“ slope (venue of the World Cup slalom race) can be done in one day.

You can choose between the green (clockwise) or the orange (anti-clockwise) Sella Ronda.

In order to start the Green Sella Ronda you just have to walk over the pedestrian steel bridge round the corner which takes you to the Costabella chairlift and you continue in the direction of Dantercepies, Corvara / Colfosco / Alta Badia. The Orange Sella Ronda can comfortably be started by using the Ciampinoi cable car. The return to Garni Astrid is always, for both tour directions, on skis and never by car or bus.

Ideal location of the Garni Astrid in the Sella Ronda

 

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