Corvara - Selva

This is part of the anti-clockwise route around the Sella Ronda, but those rushing to tick off the circuit will miss a pleasant diversion into the Edelweiss valley above the hamlet of Colfosco.

The initial lift out of Corvara is the flattish Borest chairlift which acts as a connecting link in both directions, followed by the Sodlisia chairlift. From here the Plans and Frara gondolas head up to a restaurant and the final Val Setus chairlift before the border of the local lift pass is reached. From here it is possible to ski to the small settlement at the Passo Gardena (Grödner Joch) and take a long run down along the side of the road underneath the lifts which have just been used.

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Another chairlift - the "Cir" - is needed to get up to the top of the Dantercepies gondola and the ski runs down to Selva.

The skiing to the back of Colfosco is reached by means of the Colfosco gondola which accesses a small and easy draglift as well as a pleasant red run off the Forcelles chairlift. On a good day, there is a good view from the top of this lift into the Sella Group on the other side of the valley and, more specifically for good skiers, the end of the famed Val Mezdi ski route which starts on the other side of the plateau and ends up in the valley below you.

Corvara Ski Photos

The gondolas up to Passo Gardena
The gondolas up to Passo Gardena
 

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