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Located at the foot of the Sella massif, in the heart of the Dolomites, the Arabba resort and Marmolada resort both offer an enchanting mix of well-groomed slopes and cozy mountain lodge restaurants serving hearty meals. The two are linked through the Padon Pass.
Useful Ski Info: Both these ski areas are great for cross-country skiing, off-slope skiing, snowboarding and snow-shoeing. The Marmolada is the highest of the Dolomites peaks with its 3342 m (10964 ft) altitude, making skiing on its glacier possible all year round!
Lifts & Slopes in Arabba Marmolada: 27 lifts and 76 km (47 mi) of slopes. Slopes include 33 blue, 23 red, 4 black. Sourasass black slope is for expert skiers only, while the Bellunese red slope is 12 km (7 mi) long which goes through the Marmolada Glacier.
Ski pass Info: To ski in this area you will need the Dolomiti Superski pass.
Weather in Arabba Marmolada: Snow is guaranteed during winter and slopes are well groomed throughout ski season.
You can go cross-country skiing in the Marmolada - Arabba area on a tour or by planning your own route. The cross-country tracks are located about 7.5 kilometers away from Marmolada - Arabba at the Malga Ciapela ski area.
Visitors can arrange cross-country ski tours on three different ski trails including the Pista delle Marmotte, or Marmot Trail, which is 2.5 kilometers long and of average difficulty. Beginners may want to try the easiest trail that is covered with artificial snow. This is the Pista delle Aquile, or Eagle Trail, and is 5 kilometers long. For a challenge, try the Pista dell'Orso, or Bear Trail, which is 7.5 kilometers long.
After a fun-filled day on the Marmolada - Arabba ski trails, you may want to stop in for a hearty meal. If you head for a restaurant located adjacent to the trails, you don't even have to take off your ski boots to dine there.
In addition to the home cooking, the Marmolada - Arabba area has other après-ski activities such as tours of the Museum of the Great War, which offers information about World War I. Many of the local churches are also available for touring, including beautiful Feltre-Belluno Pietralba-Alto Adige and Valle di Non-Trentino. If you're adventurous, you can go paragliding over the Malga Glacier.
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