Val Gardena – Gröden


The Val Gardena ski resort, situated in Val Gardena (Gröden), Italy, within the region of Trentino-Alto Adige (Trentino-Südtirol), South Tyrol (Südtirol), boasts an impressive 178 kilometers of ski slopes for both skiing and snowboarding. The towns of Ortisei (1236 m), Santa Cristina (1428 m), and Selva Gardena (1563 m) are all situated at elevations ranging from 1200 to 1700 meters, while the surrounding alpine meadows and ski slopes extend beyond 2500 meters. The highest peak in the region reaches 3181 meters. Its close proximity to the Dolomiti Superski ski area and the nearby Alpe di Siusi makes Val Gardena a true haven for winter sports enthusiasts. Val Gardena winter sports destination promises a unique holiday experience. Whether you're challenging the renowned Saslong World Cup slope or indulging in a cozy respite at one of the traditional mountain huts, Val Gardena's ski resort consistently delivers a top-tier experience.

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Where is Val Gardena located?

Val Gardena is located in the Dolomites in northern Italy, specifically in the region of Trentino-Alto Adige (Trentino-Südtirol), and South Tyrol (Südtirol). The closest major airport to Val Gardena is Innsbruck Airport in Austria, which is approximately 120 kilometers to the north. Alternatively, you can fly into Venice Marco Polo International Airport, although it’s about 190 kilometers to the south. There are also good train and bus connections from the west, such as the Bolzano-Innsbruck corridor. Find out more

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