A paradise for all sport and nature lovers who want to recharge and relax in the mountains. The Arabba/Marmolada ski resort is the right place to do so – skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice climbing await! Discover local history in the Marmolada Museum, get to know Ladin traditions and the charming, historical village of Sottoguda, marvel at local artisan crafts in the shops, and indulge in some local specialities in restaurants and huts.
Rocca Pietore: a base for exciting ski routes
The Arabba/Marmolada ski resort offers over 60 km of slopes and has 26 modern lifts which will take you straight to the two most famous ski routes in the Dolomites – the world-famous Sellaronda and the legendary Grande Guerra ski route. The maps, showing the route across different ski resorts, are available from Dolomiti Superski.
5 winter highlights in Arabba/Marmolada
- Ski on La Bellunese, the longest Dolomiti Superski slope – 12 km long!
- Marvel at stunning sunrises from the peak of the Marmolada.
- Take a moonlit snowshoeing hike. (Don’t forget to wrap up!)
- Sample traditional Ladin food.
- Get to know Sottoguda and other historical places.
Arabba/Marmolada is a ski resort with over 60 km of slopes for every level. It has views like nowhere else: head off in Malga Ciapela at a height of 1,450 metres, and all the way to the Punta Rocca at 3,265 metres. There you’ll find a terrace with a stunning 360-degree view of the Dolomites, from the Civetta to the Sassolungo.