Dolomiti: Marmolada, Sassolungo, Sella e Pordoi
What to see in Trentino? The attractions suggested by Trentino in Moto for the holiday in the mountain.
The Marmolada is the highest range in the Dolomites, mountains that are unrivalled the world over and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site that must be protected and safeguarded.
In both winter and summer, the Marmolada is the perfect place to spend a pleasant holiday, and is accessible to everyone: from the most demanding sports enthusiasts to families seeking to relax in peace and quiet./p>
The Sassolungo mountain range could be considered the borderline between the Val Gardena and Val di Fassa.
The mountain massif belongs to the western Dolomites and stretches from the Sella Group to the rocky ridges of the Catinaccio. The highest summit, the Sassolungo, boasts an altitude of 3,181 metres and covers almost half of the entire mountain group.
PSSO PORDOIFrom the pass the Boè group is easily accessible thanks to a super state-of-the-art cable-way, which in a few minutes reaches the the peak of Sass Pordoi (2,950 meters). And from there one can enjoy a 360° view over the entire Alpine area, as well as challenge the demanding downhill slope of the fork bearing its name, or run down inaccessible Val Lasties (due to the peculiar features of these tracks, they are to be skied exclusively in ideal snow conditions). Furthermore, Pordoi allows easy access to the slopes of the Belvedere ski area and to those of Arabba. With the Sellaronda tour you can spend a full day without ever taking your skis off.
Located on a grassy saddle that separates the Sassolungo from the Sella Group, Sella Pass links Val di Fassa to Val Gardena along 12 km main road no. 242, connecting the mountain pass to Canazei. One of the most famous passes of the Dolomites, it is overlooked by the majestic Sella Towers and by the Mesules barrier. Unforgettable is the view over the Sassolungo group, at an altitude of 3,181 metres. The Sella Pass area in winter is ideal for fantastic skiing of every level and difficulty.