Saslong, among the great legends of Alpine skiing. Every year a few days before Christmas is site of one of the most significant and stir most ominous downhill race in the world. Start is at the mountain station of Ciampinoi above by Selva. Wide and perfectly groomed slopes to drive footsteps of Bernhard Russi, Hermann Maier and Bode Miller down over the camel humps and Ciaslat meadows until the goal shot from the valley station in St. Christina. With a length of 3.4 kilometers and 839 metres above sea level, a must thanks to the well-prepared slopes not only for sports guns. Col Raiser and Seceda (2518 m) the views slope in Val Gardena. Ortisei or St.
Christina you float with the cable car to the wonderfully wide slopes with the wide open slopes. Pure pleasure skiing. The special experience of the Col Raiser/Seceda is the almost ever-present views of the Gardena Valley, the Sassolungo, Sassopiatto and Sella. And who is not sick can see: in the hotel Col Raiser directly at the mountain station of the cable car, you can in the comfort-Wellnesshotel spend his vacation days. Right next to the slope and sensational sunsets beyond the Valley. Grodner Joch & Dantercepies the drive up from Selva Gardena with the Dantercepies railway to the Gardena pass, 2.121 m high is not only part of the Sella Ronda.
It is one of the most beautiful locations in the Valley. Nestled between the Sella Massif in the South with its bizarre rock faces and the CIR peaks to the North you can enjoy fantastic views of the Valley and across the Sassolungo. The descent back to Selva has historical significance. Here, the first official ski race in Val Gardena took place over 100 years ago. Always, the Valley in the Dolomites acted as pioneered lift companies, slope activities and winter sports. Ski tour Val Gardena World Cup 1970 in the footsteps of Rosi Mittermaier and Gustav Thoni. More than 40 years ago, history was written at the Ski World Championships in Val Gardena. In a day tour, which can be launched in St. Ulrich, St. Christina and Selva, driving in the footsteps of the 1970 World Cup participants. Here everyone as one can feel the greats of skiing. Sporting highlights of the first day of the season on December 4th until late spring Val Gardena offers high-profile events of the World Cup downhill on the Saslong on 17 and 18 December about the snow sculptures competition in Selva Gardena on December 27-30, the ice sculpture competition from 10 to 14 January, the snowshoe race on Monte Pana on January 23 up to the big season finale at the South Tyrol Gardenissima, the longest giant slalom in the Dolomites, on April 3, 2011. Val Gardena is one of the valid for 12 adjacent ski areas ski pass Dolomiti Superski, best prepared slopes, modern lifts, new hotel facilities and cosy family-run farms, an attractive apres ski and wellness offer, the above average many sunny days and also the easy access to one of the most visited ski resorts in the Alps. I-39047 s.