Arabba Marmolada

Agordino Dolomiti

 

The Arabba – Marmolada ski area is an extraordinary ski area that joins together the Marmolada, the highest peak of the Dolomites UNESCO World Natural Heriatge Site and worldwide known as the “Queen of the Dolomites“, and the ski slopes of the Arabba and of the Sella Ronda (Sellaronda or Four Passes Ski Tour, the most famous ski tour of the Dolomiti Superski) ski areas. The Arabba-Marmolada ski area offers 76 km of thrilling ski slopes, always perfectly groomed, and 29 modern ski lifts; the ski area offers an amazing snowpark, the so-called Arabba Superpark (suitable for average-expert riders) and the longest ski slope of the Dolomites UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, the so-called “Bellunese” (a breath-taking 12-km descent from the top of the Marmolada to the valley floor in the hamlet of Malga Ciapela). In the Arabba ski area, guests find the “hardest” ski slope of the Dolomiti Superski, that is the Fodoma Ski Slope, a very challenging black ski slope. From Arabba, guests can enter the Sella Ronda Ski Tour, that is more than 500 km of ski slopes around the beautiful Sella Massif that connect the Ladin valleys of Arabba (Fodom), Gröden (Val Gardena), Alta Badia and Val di Fassa. First-class mountain huts and restaurants, the beautiful landscapes of the Northern Dolomites (5th official Dolomites System) and amazing events make this area the heart of the Dolomiti Superski. The Arabba – Marmolada ski area is furthermore one of the valleys of the Great War 1915-18 Ski Tour (or Gebirgsjägerskitour 1915-18), the second ski tour of the Dolomiti Superski that celebrates the end of the Great War in the Dolomites, a place in which the Great War was fought savagely; the Great War Ski Tour connects the ski areas of the Ski Civetta, Arabba-Marmolada, Alta Badia and Val di Fassa.

Dolomites

The Dolomites from the panoramic terrace on Punta Rocca

The Arabba-Marmolada ski area boasts more than 40 ski slopes divided into blue slopes (easy), red slopes (average) and black slopes (challenging); the area features the longest ski slope of the Dolomiti Superski (La Bellunese) and the hardest one (La Fodoma), which are suitable for expert skiers. The Arabba and the Marmolada areas are connected by the Passo Padon chair lift.

Arabba Superpark:

On the ski slopes of Arabba is located the Arabba Superpark, a modern and well-groomed snowpark managed by the shapers of Superpark; the Arabba Superpark is suitable for average-expert riders. The Arabba Superpark features many different lines of varying difficulty with several jumps (from 1 to 8 metres), fun boxes, curbs, rails and an amazing wallride. The snowpark lies between 2000 and 1800 m of altitude and it is served by the Le Pale 4-seat chair lift, a necessary step to enter the Sella Ronda Ski Tour.

List of the ski slopes of the Arabba – Marmolada ski area

1) Marmolada

Padon [Red slope]
Arei 1 [Blue slope]
Arei 2 [Blue slope]
Punta Rocca [Red slope]
Sass del Mul [Red slope]
Sass del Mul Fedaia [Red slope]

2) Arabba

Salere [Red slope]
Portados [Red slope]
Raccordo Ornella-Sourasas [Black slope]
Due Baite [Blue slope]
Burz [Black slope]
Avoie [Blue slope]
variante Avoie [Blue slope]
Savinè [Red slope]
Collegamento Plan Boè [Blue slope]
Rientro [Blue slope]
Bec De Roces [Red slope]
Variante Bec’ [Red slope]
Campolongo [Red slope]
Fodoma [Black slope]
Cherz I [Blue slope]
Cherz II [Red slope]
Vizza [Blue slope]
Incisa [Blue slope]
Marentas [Blue slope]
Pista del Sole [Blue slope]
Variante del Sole [Blue slope]
Rutort [Blue slope]
Pordoi [Blue slope]
Belvedere I [Red slope]
Belvedere II [Red slope]
Maria [Blue slope]

Raccordo Arabba [Blue slope]
Raccordo 2 [Blue slope]
Arabba [Blue slope]
Alpenrose [Red slope]
Ornella [Red slope]
Padon 1 [Red slope]
Mesola [Blue slope]
Sass De La Vegla [Blue slope]

Total ski slopes: 40
Blue slopes: 52%
Red slopes: 40%
Black slopes: 8%

Access points to the Arabba – Marmolada ski area:

MARMOLADA:

Address:
Località Malga Ciapela, 45
32020 Rocca Pietore (BL)

ARABBA:

Address:
Via Boè, 12
32020 Livinallongo del Col di Lana (BL)

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