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Visiting Val Gardena and the Dolomites

Introducing the valley in the Dolomites

The tradition-rich valley of Val Gardena in the Dolomites extends over nearly 25 km from Ponte Gardena to the Sella Pass. The peaks of Sassolungo and Sasso Piatto – the most famous in the entire Dolomites – perch high above the popular tourist area.

The different cultures of north and south Europe came together at an early stage here. The Ladin language is an exceptional remnant of the cultural borderland still in existence today. A mixture of Latin and the Celtic language, it is spoken by 90% of the population in the valley.
The extraordinary natural landscape of the region is particularly appealing. People from all over the world are fascinated by the stunning natural beauty of Val Gardena. There are endless opportunities to experience nature at first hand here. A dense network of hiking paths and bike trails extends along the mountain slopes. But Val Gardena is also perfect for running, golfing, horseback riding and paragliding.

In winter, the Dolomites are an Eldorado for winter sports enthusiasts. The Sella Ronda or the world-famous Saslong World Cup downhill run are particularly popular destinations, promising a very special kind of skiing experience.
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