Arabba / Marmolada ski resort



The village of Arabba is surrounded by the most beautiful peaks of the Dolomites, in a setting of rare beauty, at the foot of the Sella group. In the heart of the Dolomiti Superski and Dolomiti Super Summer circuit, at 1602 meters above sea level, Arabba is one of the most characteristic moutain villages of the Alps, ideal for an unforgettable holidays in summer and winter.

Pieve di Livinallongo

Livinallongo del Col di Lana, locally known as the Ladin name Fodóm is a scattered municipality composed of several hamlets, the main ones being Pieve - municipal headquarters - and Arabba, a famous summer and winter tourist destination.

Located in the high Val Cordevole, between the passes of the Dolomites Pordoi, Campolongo and Falzarego, the municipal territory is located on the border between the province of Belluno and those of Trento and Bolzano

Campolongo Pass

Pordoi Pass

Pordoi is a pass in the Dolomites in the Alps, located between the Sella group in the north and the Marmolada group in the south. The pass is at an altitude of 2,239 m, and the road crossing the pass connects Arabba with Canazei. It is the second highest surfaced road traversing a pass in the Dolomites, after the Sella Pass.

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- Fun in the snow at the foot of the Marmolada Glacier

Fun in the snow at the foot of the Marmolada Glacier

A familiar sight: Marmolada is the highest peak in the Dolomites! The Arabba ski resort extends directly below its majestic peak. Its high elevation, at between 1,600 and 2,511 metres above sea level, guarantees snow-rich slopes – and excellent conditions for your winter sports break in Buchensteintal valley, Belluno. After your skiing day, the eponymous mountain village of Buchenstein is the ideal place to relax and do some shopping. Arabba is also just a short hop from the world-famous Sellaronda! 

A glacier-adjacent gem for skiers

Visit the Italian province of Belluno between the Pordoi Pass and the Campolongo Pass to discover a real gem for skiers in the Arabba/Marmolada ski resort. To the west, it borders the 2,239 metre-high Pordoi Pass, and the Buchensteintal valley, whose centre point is at 1,602 metres, to the south-east. It is bordered to the south by the ridge of the Marmolada massif, the “Queen of the Dolomites”. But more on that later.

The Arabba/Marmolada ski resort is not only the pearl of Buchensteintal valley, it is also still a true insiders’ tip! The highest village in the Dolomiti Superski area is the ideal place to escape from the masses of tourists and switch off completely. Experience Ladin traditions in the shops and restaurants in the communities of Belluno.

Your winter holiday in Arabba: more than just skiing and snowboarding

Hit the accelerator! Let one of the 27 cable cars and lifts carry you to your dream slopes. The variety makes it hard to choose a favourite. One thing is sure: 19 easy, twelve moderately difficult and three black slopes will make skiers and snowboarders happy.

Whether you are a newbie to the slopes or an experienced professional: the Arabba ski resort always offers fantastic views of the surrounding mountains: Sass Pordoi (2,950 metres), Marmolada (3,342 metres) and Piz Boè (3,152 metres)! And speaking of newbies: the professional teachers in Arabba’s ski schools will prepare you perfectly for the slopes.

Full of energy on the Arabba fun slope: ready for an extra helping of action and fun? The fun slope in the Arabba ski resort is particularly popular with young skiers. Located on the sunny side of Bec de Roces, it can be reached conveniently with the Le Pale lift.

Love sports, but don’t want to spend all your time skiing? No problem! Swap your skis or snowboard for ice skates, an ice pick, snowshoes or a snowmobile. Buchsteintal valley offers plenty of variety for your winter holiday!

Fly downhill in the Arabba ski resort with one of the many passes

Most skiing fans can hardly wait for winter! And when it arrives, the question is: one day, three weeks or the entire season? In Arabba, you can choose from a range of ski passes – and even use the same ones for the slopes on Marmolada. Practical, don’t you think?

Twelve ski resorts sound better than two? Then the Dolomiti Superski ski pass is your ticket to happiness! You can look forward to a total of 1,200 kilometres of slopes in twelve Italian ski resorts. That means virtually unlimited fun in the snow! And of course the excellent slope grooming in the world’s largest skiing network helps make slope dreams come true.

Mountain huts with Ladin dishes

Many rustic mountain huts and cosy restaurants whisk you away on a trip to Ladin culinary culture in the Arabba/Marmoalda ski resort. Whether pasta, pizza or meat dishes – Alpine cuisine meets Italian refinement here. Finish with freshly baked cake or a home-made dessert. You can enjoy the flavours of Belluno in an informal atmosphere. While eating, you can feast your eyes on the breathtaking panorama of the Dolomites!

Further highlights: besides the excellent food and drink at the huts, the Arabba ski resort boasts attractive sporting events and culinary events!

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Can’t-miss attractions at the Arabba/Marmolada ski resort

The Arabba/Marmolada ski resort’s location promises countless special holiday moments to remember. Climb summits, reach great heights and tour the impressive Sella massif. You can access all of that from Arabba in Belluno. What are you waiting for? Let’s go!
Marmolada in winter

So close to the glacier

As mentioned above, the proximity to the Marmolada Glacier is the absolute highlight of the Arabba ski resort. You can reach your destination – the highest peak in the Dolomites – quickly and conveniently via the Padon Pass with the cable cars and lifts!

From Arabba to the top of the glacier and back: as beautiful as the panoramic view from Marmolada is – you’re going to have to get back down the glacier sometime. When you feel the adrenalin course through your body on the twelve kilometres, you’ll want to go straight back up to the top!

900 metres of altitude gain and more

The slopes in the Arabba ski resort in Belluno let you experience differences in altitude of up to 871 metres. The valley stations of the slopes are at 1,600 metres above sea level. With the 27 lifts, you can climb to up to 2,500 metres.

Anyone who wants to can go – or better: ski – further. The summit of the Marmolada Glacier is calling! Feel the difference in altitudes while you ski up to four kilometres down the slopes.

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Take the circuit tour!

Val Gardena valley, Alta Badia, Arabba and Val di Fassa. Big names, all connected in a sense. How? Not just in the global Dolomiti Superski skiing network, but also by the Sellaronda and – with Cortina d’Ampezzo and Civetta – also the Gebirgsjägertour ski circuits. Both are famous ski circuits in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site. The Arabba ski resort is considered the ideal access point for the challenging circuit tour.

Stunning views! Look forward to spectacular scenery all along the roughly 40 kilometres on the route. Skiing the entire Sellaronda takes roughly three hours. That doesn’t include a few relaxing refreshment breaks, which we absolutely recommend you take!

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Marmolada in winter

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