Fantastic resorts & iconic ski circuit, in the midst of the mesmerising Dolomites. Corporate ski event planners will discover paradise surrounding the Sella group – indescribable physical majesty, never-ending ski pistes & otherworldly food.


And the prize for the most stupendous mountain horizon goes to the Dolomites. They are borderline visual-overload. Under blue skies and on fresh snow, nothing prepares you for the evolving magnificence of the geology of the region.

The mix of drama, style and activities make Val Gardena a superb location for corporate ski trips.

Add to the unrivalled eye-candy, an Italian swagger on and off the slopes, and a ski circuit, the Sella Ronda, that is celebrated globally, and you have Val Gardena, an exquisite cluster of resorts in the Italian Dolomites.

Ski lifts leave from multiple points in the valley and there are some great après ski bars in the centre of Selva Gardena.


Facts & figures

  • Resort height: 1563m
  • Top lift height: 3270m
  • Ski lifts: 179
  • Season dates: Nov – May
  • Inhabitants: 2630

Airport transfers

  • Innsbruck | 76 miles
  • Venice | 115 miles
  • Verona | 122 miles


  • Après ski
  • Ice climbing
  • Fine dining
  • Paragliding


  • Ski safari
  • Glacier skiing
  • FIS race piste
  • Linked ski region


The Dolomites is one of the most recognisable brands in the Alpine world, whilst the Sella Ronda is amongst the most well-known ski circuits anywhere. The remarkable backdrop of the Dolomites forms the visual centre of the Sella Ronda ski circuit which can be skied in a clockwise or counter-clockwise route, with numerous embarkation points along the route, from the village resorts that line the route.

Most competent intermediate skiers can tackle the Sella Ronda in under a day. There are endless restaurant terraces to dine on during the circuit, whilst photo opportunities are pretty much continuous.

The on the northern side of the resort the pistes back into Selva Gardena are steep and challenging with the Saslong piste hosting the annual FIS downhill race. The centre of the resort is best accessed from the eastern side of the resort with easier runs and the ski trail winding through the heart of the village. For intermediate skiers and snowboarders, the region is exceptional with huge ski resources amongst wonderful terrain.

For high-altitude slopes, the Marmolda glacier offers skiing to over 3200m, right in the granite centre of the Sella Ronda circuit.


People ice climbing on a glacier.

ice climbing

The Val Gardena region has superb ice climbing options to sample this exhilirating sports.

Bottles of champagne and wine under a chairlift at a mountain hut.

Après ski

Enjoy some Vin Brulé in resort and on the terraces overlooking the stunning Dolomites.

Ski racer skiing between race course gates.

FIS ski races

The anuual Saslong FIS downhill ski race is an incredible spectacle with a great after-race party.


Val Gardena hosts a number of resorts along its valley. The principal ski resort is the town of Selva di Val Gardena. Spreading across the valley, the resort is intersected by ski trails and ski lifts, entering and exiting the Sella Ronda ski circuit.

Low-rise and traditional, the town has a great atmosphere to complement its attractive looks. There are numerous après ski bars, restaurants and shops in the centre of Selva di Val Gardena.

Santa Cristina is an alternative village in Val Gardena, located a few minutes down the road from Selva di Val Gardena. With ski lifts accessing the Sella Ronda ski circuit and ski pistes back to the resort, Santa Cristina is ideally located for skiing.

Another attractive resort in stunning surroundings, Santa Cristina has a great range of activities.


Selva di Val Gardena has a good range of lively après ski bars in the resort as well as a number of mountain huts for afternoon drinks in the sun. Saltos and Luislkeller are located on the lower slopes that cut through the village, whilst La Stua is located on the main street, close to the resort centre, ski pistes and main gondola.

These bars offer a good atmosphere in peak season, with schnapps skis, beer games and bites to eat, both indoors and on outdoor terraces.

There are few better places in the world to recline in a sun lounger with a glass or mug of Vin Brulé, amongst the remarkable surrounding of the Dolomites, as sunset approaches. There are numerous, wonderful huts throughout the ski region to relax and enjoy an afternoon drink.

The top station of the Ciampinoi offers a great snowy terrace with the scent of Vin Brulé wafting through the air. With the option of a download on the gondola, there is little to stop that last round of drinks before the fun in the resort begins.


There are a number of hotels in Selva Gardena with meeting and seminar facilities that can host meetings and offer guests on-site, quality accommodation. Additionally, there is a congress centre in Ortisei / St. Ulrich for larger gatherings, exhibitions and functions.

Dining the region is excellent, offering authentic, quality gastronomy to complement meeting and seminar programs.

As well as the meeting and seminar venues, there are a range of excellent activities in the region to entertain and challenge clients on a corporate ski trip. There are mountain huts for breakouts, lunchtime meet-ups and informal meetings.

Organise your Val Gardena group or corporate ski event with us.
Email or call us on +44 (0) 20 8123 7817.

Provide a little information as to your Val Gardena trip / event needs and we can begin to develop some initial ideas for you.


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