Arabba – Marmolada


The Arabba/Marmolada ski resort is an integral part of the renowned "Sella Ronda" ski circuit nestled in the Dolomites. Radiating from Arabba, the lifts and ski slopes stretch in three distinct directions. Heading north, they ascend towards Passo di Campolongo (1,875 meters), offering vistas of Alta Badia. To the south, they traverse the Passo Padon (2,370 meters) leading to Malga Ciapela and the iconic Marmolada peak (3,342 meters), the highest in the Dolomites. The ski area on Marmolada extends to Punta Rocca (3,269 meters). Westward, the winter sports area reaches Passo Pordoi (2,239 meters) with a connection to the Fassatal (Val di Fassa) beyond. The imposing Sella group and Piz Boè (3,152 meters) dominate the western skyline over the village of Arabba, situated at 1,602 meters. Apart from skiing, the Arabba/Marmolada ski resort offers a myriad of other activities, including snowshoeing and winter hiking trails, ice skating, snowmobiling, and ice climbing.

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Where is Arabba Marmolada located?

Arabba Marmolada ski resort is in the Dolomites, Veneto (Venice) province, northeast Italy. A mountain range separates the main centers, Arabba and Malga Ciapela. The ski resort is approximately a 2.5-hour drive north of Venice. The closest airports are Venice (VCE) and Innsbruck (INN). Detailed information on travel options is available on the resort’s Travel to Arabba Marmolada page.

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