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  • How do you say Selva?


Resort Lowdown

Selva Di Val Gardena is the highest village in the Italian Dolomites at an altitude of 1563m. Once part of Austria it retains its Tyrolean charm and German language along with the area’s Unesco World Heritage Site classification.

The town is part of the Val Gardena Ski resort famous for its World Cup ski races. Visitors are treated to a huge variety of terrain along with unbeatable scenery and great snow, topped up by state of the art snow making facilities. Those looking to do some serious skiing and snowboarding can purchase the Dolomites Superski area pass with a monstrous 1200 km of rideable piste split over 12 areas.

  • High in the Italian Dolomites Selva Di Val Gardena never fails to amaze its visitors with incredible scenery, charming atmosphere and endless pistes.

The SKI Area

The main issue for holiday makers visiting this area is having to stop and pull their camera out to take yet another breathtaking photo of the stunning, alpine scenery.

The Val Gardena ski area covers 175 km of ridable pistes over altitudes from 1236 m to 2518 m and is supplied by 81 lifts including gondolas, chairlifts and drag lifts.

When Does Selva Open?

The Area will be open from the 6th of December 2018 to the 7th of April 2019.

When To Go To Selva?

March is our favourite time in Dolomites. Once the snow base is well and truly settled in and the half term masses have left, the sun sticks it hat on and dazzles visitors with the true beauty of the area. Sunbathe on loungers between runs and enjoy carving turns minus the crowds.

Must Do Runs at Selva

The Val Gardena World Cup piste, the Saslong, leaving from Ciampinoi is not one to miss if you can face it. If peace and quiet is what you're after then head over to Mont de Saura and if you've ever dreamt of skiing through a natural gorge then Cucasattel is the answer!

Sëlva: Selva Gardena centro

  • Terrain Parks
  • Snow Shoeing
  • Sledging
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Ice Skating

The Pass Prices

The Full Area

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Day Pass


Day Pass


Black Pistes


Red Pistes


Blue Pistes


Green Pistes

The Area Map

The Town

This authentic Tyrolean style town offers great atmosphere and variety of accommodation from luxury wellness spas to humble studio apartments, many options are ski in, ski out.

The lively town centre attracts visitors from all over the world and never fails to entertain with events such as the FIS Ski World Cup in December and the famous “Rock The Dolomites” festival attracting some big name musical acts.

Ski and snowboard tourist are well catered for in the town with a great selection of restaurants, bars, shops and Ski and Snowboard rental.

  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Party Resort
  • Budget Resort
  • Family Resort
  • Good For Beginners
  • Good For Intermediates