Dal Cuore delle Dolomiti
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Archery in the Dolomites

Malga Ciapela, Rocca Pietore, Dolomites UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site



Throughout the summer season and until mid-Autumn, the La Marmolada : Camping & Caravan Resort in Malga Ciapela (Municipality of Rocca Pietore) offers to all the guests of the Agordino and of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site area fun archery lessons surrounded by a truly unique and enchanting natural setting.

CONI and FITARCO Qualified Instructors wait for you at the foot of Mount Marmolada, the “Queen of the Dolomites”, for an unforgettable sporting experience, suitable for the whole family, in one of the most pristine and spectacular corners of the UNESCO Dolomites. Lessons are held in a designated area inside the La Marmolada Camping ground and the access to all the services of this facility (such as the Bar El Morbin) is open to all course participants.


The Val Ombretta and the majestic southern wall of the Marmolada nearby the camping groun


The La Marmolada campsite is easy to reach and equipped with a comfortable car park; located a few meters far from the valley station of the Marmolada cable car in Malga Ciapela, Rocca Pietore, towards the Fedaia Mountain Pass. This area of the Dolomites, while maintaining its natural charm, is a renowned winter and summer resort that offers many beautiful experiences, both for families and for sports guests, and the range of services of the most popular tourist destinations of the Dolomites.

Further information about the times of the archery lessons at the contacts below; to get further tourist information about the Marmolada area you can also contact the local Tourist Office (contats below) – Come visit us in the Heart of the Dolomites!


Archery lessons | Information

La Marmolada Caravan & Camping Resort
Malga Ciapela, Municipality of Rocca Pietore (BL)
Tel. +39 0437 722064
E-mail: mia@marmolada.camp


Tourist Information Office

Consorzio Turistico Marmolada
Tel. +39 0437 722277
E-mail: info@marmlada.com


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