What to do in Malga Ciapela in winter

A paradise for winter sports

Need to know what to do in Malga Ciapela in winter? You are in the right place! In fact, the Marmolada Malga Ciapela Camping is set in a context that is ideal for ski and winter lovers, in the true heart of the Dolomites.

Here are the best experiences at Malga Ciapela in winter


1. Skiing along the Sellaronda ski loop

Positioned a stone's throw from the start of the Marmolada "Move to the top" cable car, the Camping Marmolada Malga Ciapela offers access to the Sellaronda, the famous 40-kilometer ski tour around the Sella massif. Starting from Malga Ciapela also offers another advantage: the chance to take the first run of the Marmolada cable car and be among the first to ski down the Bellunese, the famous 12-km-long slope that descends into the glacier of the Queen of the Dolomites-an experience, no doubt, not easily forgotten. Once down in the valley, you can ski all the way to Arabba thanks to the existing connection, and enter the ring of the Sellaronda. Only caveat: calculate well the times, because to return to Malga Ciapela you will have to take the Arabba - Marmolada connection again through the Padon Pass, so always check the closing times of the lifts!

2. Skiing along the Tour of the Great War

Malga Ciapela is positioned along one of the most spectacular ski tours in the Dolomites, retracing the places that saw fighting between Austro-Hungarian and Italian soldiers: the Great War Tour. Longer in length than the more famous Sellaronda, this 80-kilometer-long ski tour takes you to numerous ski areas, including Alleghe, Passo Falzarego, Corvara, and Arabba. Some of the transfers are made by bus (for example, between Malga Ciapela and Alleghe).
To know more about it, please visit the dedicated section of the website of Dolomiti Superski

3. Cross country skiing in Malga Ciapela

Malga Ciapela is best known to those who love downhill skiing, however, fans of cross country skiing will also be pleased. In fact, just a few steps from the start of the Marmolada - Move to the Top cable car, you will find a Nordic ski slope with various trails of different levels, where everyone can measure themselves according to their abilities.

For more information, visit the dedicated section of the website of Dolomiti Superski

4.Climb the highest panoramic terrace of the Dolomites

Even in winter, it is a must to climb at least once to the panoramic terrace located at Punta Rocca, at the end of the third trunk of the Marmolada - Move to the Top cable car, at an altitude of 3265 meters. Even for those who do not ski, this is undoubtedly an attraction, because in winter the sky is particularly clear, and the view becomes even more breathtaking. In addition, you can visit the Great War Museum at Serauta Station, the highest museum in Europe (3,000 m), positioned in the places that were the scene of sad battles during World War I.
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