If you book a holiday in Dolomites Val Gardena, then you’ll most likely spend most of the time outdoors taking in that fresh air. The fresh mountain air, lush green meadows and an apparently infinite network of hiking trails invite you to go outside, be active and forget the everyday grind. Even climbers, mountain climbers and mountain bikers can have fun in Dolomites Val Gardena. There are different vie ferratewhich can be easily reached from Dolomites Val Gardena in a short time. Incidentally, did you know that mountain climbing legend Luis Trenker was born in Dolomites Val Gardena and is buried here?
With the first snow, Dolomites Val Gardena turns into a veritable winter wonderland. The lift facilities will take you directly to the largest skiing carousel of the world: Dolomiti Superski. To use the lifts, all you need is one ski pass. Get ready for a blast, whizzing down on crystal clear white snow. Try out a snowshoe hike, sleigh down the perfectly groomed hills or test your stamina by taking up cross-country skiing. Fun parks, the Sellaronda and slopes for every level make skiing in Dolomites Val Gardena a pleasure for the whole family. Once a year, the creme de la creme of skiing is celebrated by Dolomites Val Gardena. Be part of the live audience during one of the Ski World Cup races and support the stars as they hurtle down the slope!
Dolomites Val Gardena has plenty more to offer besides mountain sports. From swimming pools to an ice rink, tennis courts and an ice hockey stadium: as you can see Dolomites Val Gardena has just about everything to warm the cockles of your sporty heart!
Not only visitors but also locals are huge sports fans, so much so that numerous World Cup winners from the most diverse disciplines come from Dolomites Val Gardena.