The Sella Ronda is a great ski circuit as well as a circular route around the Sella massif in South Tyrol and Trentino. Since the 1970s, it has been a seamless string of downhill runs and ski lifts and one of the first large-scale ski carousels.
You cross the Sella Pass to the west, the Pordoi Pass to the south, the Campolongo Pass to the east and the Gardena Pass to the north of the massif.
The circuit has more than 26 kilometers of slopes and you can ski it clockwise or counterclockwise. You need the Dolomiti Superki ski pass.
Last week I was on the road with my skis and brought you a few pictures from my Sella Ronda. With the most wonderful winter weather it was really a dream! Just click on a photo to come with me on the slopes.