Easy descents alternating with steep slopes on memorable runs, such as the one where two World Cup races are held each year (Saslong). With a total of more than 500 km of perfectly groomed slopes in the Val Gardena Alpe di Siusi area, including the Sellaronda, the season will be guaranteed until almost mid-April, thanks to the fact that 98% of the slopes are covered by artificial snow.
The ski season in Val Gardena will start on 4th December 2021 and end on 10th April 2022.
From winter 2021/22, there will also be daily flights from/to Berlin, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, London Gatwick, Brussels, Rotterdam and Copenhagen to Bolzano airport. With a local transfer you can get from Bolzano to Val Gardena in about 35 minutes. Less than 3 hours from major European cities to enjoy the ski slopes of Val Gardena.
Skiing fun is also a gastronomic pleasure in the 65 cosy mountain huts along the valley slopes. Almost all of them have been run by families for generations. Each hut offers a unique range of dishes from traditional to sophisticated cuisine and the menus are always complemented by a wide selection of wines, mainly from South Tyrol.
From 4 December (season opening date) until 22 December 2021, with the Dolomiti SuperPremière offer, guests who book at least three nights with ski pass and equipment will receive an extra night free of charge, again including ski pass and equipment. If, on the other hand, you book stays of at least six days, you will receive two free nights.
In Val Gardena you can decide to leave your car in the garage. Exclusively for guests of establishments that are members of a tourist association in Val Gardena, there is in fact free use of all buses with the Val Gardena Mobil Card. The Mobil Card will be given free of charge on arrival at the booked establishment.
Finally, we would like to remind you that according to the “Green Pass bis” decree the lifts in Italy can only be used with a valid European Green Pass (vaccinated, cured or tested) and that specially trained stewards will provide information and help to avoid crowds on the slopes, at the lift stations and at the ski pass offices.