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Discussione: From Val di Fassa to Madonna di Campiglio on ski - possible or not?

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    Predefinito From Val di Fassa to Madonna di Campiglio on ski - possible or not?

    I heard about "secret" way on ski (including some ski bus or bus) from Fassa to Madonna di Campiglio.
    I believe that this route exists.
    I would like to try it next week. Can somebody explain it in details?

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    Sorry, it is the way to Cortina d'Ampezzo.Something like Armentarolla - bus - Valparola - Passo Falzarego - lift 1/01 - Lagazuoi


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    It is feasible but it is more like a bus/train journey than a skitrip. One possibility is: from Val di Fassa you take a bus to Trento, from the train station there a direct train to Marilleva - Folgarida ski-resort which is connected by lifts and slopes to Madonna di Campiglio. Val di Sole

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    Citazione Originariamente scritto da romanik_rus Vedi messaggio
    Sorry, it is the way to Cortina d'Ampezzo.Something like Armentarolla - bus - Valparola - Passo Falzarego - lift 1/01 - Lagazuoi
    well from val di fassa (canazei, I suppose?) you surely can reach cortina by bus, lifts and pists, but is a very rough one day journey. feasible but not adviceable.
    You'd better run this skitour by spending a night in a mountain housing near cortina ; otherwise, this would be similar to a speed trap than a nice skitour.
    anyway, the fastest route to cortina d'ampezzo could be the following one :
    1) climbing the canazei belvedere by 2 lifts (number depending from your starting point in val di fassa).
    2) pist "pordoi" to pont de vauz, then chairlift "alpenrose" and skiweg "rientro" to arabba
    3) crossing arabba to chairlift "burz" - you'll take it and go down the blue pist named"Avoie".
    4) chairlift "le pale" to bec de roces refuge
    5) down to passo campolongo by pists "rutort" or "campolongo" (you choose, but better rutort IMHO)
    6) up to Mount Cherz by chairlift "cherz"
    7) down by pist "la viza" and up again to a mountain called "pralongiā by chairlift "masarei"
    8) down to armentarola by pist named "9/11"
    9) you'll take a bus or shuttle (it costs 6 euro) and you'll arrive to passo falzarego and in the lagazuoi-5 torri skiarea
    there are a lot of nicest and funniest pists so you could take some hours to visit the whole area, stopping here for the night or you could come back to val di fassa by the same way
    1) up by gondola to lagazuoi and then down by pist named "armentarola" - you can stop at scotoni refuge along the pist for nicest grilled meat dishes or continue down to armentarola also by horses towing
    2) from armentarola by skilift to san cassiano and up by gondola to piz sorega.
    3) down to chairlift "biok or "la brancia" and up with one of them, then finally down by pist "7/8" to corvara
    4) up to "Boe lake" by a nice yellow gondola and down to passo campolongo by pist named "costoratta".
    5) up to bec de roces and down to arabba by pists named "bec de roces" or "savinč"
    6) crossing back arabba
    7) up by gondola to porta vescovo and then down to pont de vauz by pist "salere-alpenrose" - there you'll take 2 chairlifts (named fodom and lezuo) to canazei belvedere. there you'll go down to val di fassa, depending from your ending place

    hope I've been helpful !

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    hope I've been helpful !
    La ringrazio!

    Your answer is very detailed and helpful. Me and my friend can ride about 100 kilometers of pistes in a day and I think it is feasible.
    But in order to feel pleasure from skiing, we will
    take your advice and stay in Cortina d'Ampezzo for night. Do you happen to know good places to stay in Cortina or near here for one night?

    By the way, can a lot of snow fallen last days stop some buses, especially bus to
    passo falzarego?

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    Check the road conditions because I think that now the Falzarego-Armentarola pass is closed, due to avalanche danger . maximum level - on the armentarola side. I doubt you can now do the Sellaronda tour, Arabba was closed; big avalanche has destroyed Padon chairlift, the link from Arabba to Marmolada.
    Call an official Tourist Office of your dolomite location

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    Citazione Originariamente scritto da nakaniko Vedi messaggio
    Check the road conditions because I think that now the Falzarego-Armentarola pass is closed, due to avalanche danger . maximum level - on the armentarola side. I doubt you can now do the Sellaronda tour, Arabba was closed; big avalanche has destroyed Padon chairlift, the link from Arabba to Marmolada.
    Call an official Tourist Office of your dolomite location
    Today SELLA RONDA is open in both directions:
    Sellaronda open i both directions - Dolomiti Superski

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    Predefinito Web site to check availability and time table for bus "passo falzarego- armentarola"

    Is there any web site where I can check if bus line between passo falzarego and armentarola is open or closed?




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