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Strada Meisules 250, 39048, Selva di Val Gardena, Italy
+39 0471 795313
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Excellent vistas

While in the Val Gardena we went up the Ciampinoi twice. The last time was to do a tandem... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2017
Pleasant Hill, California
In the heart of Val Gardena

This ski lift is efficient, and from it you can go down the slope Ciampinoi (red or black, both... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
San Marino, Italy
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Strada Meisules 250, 39048, Selva di Val Gardena, Italy
+39 0471 795313
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Reviewed 12 July 2017

While in the Val Gardena we went up the Ciampinoi twice. The last time was to do a tandem paragliding. There are many hikes from the top. Or you can do like I did and jump of top and glide to the bottom. Highly recommended!

Thank rpperkins1
Reviewed 22 June 2017

This ski lift is efficient, and from it you can go down the slope Ciampinoi (red or black, both good) towards Selva Val Gardena (and Sellaronda) or you can ski on Saslong (red or black, though I prefer the black one) towards Santa Cristina (and...More

Thank TheNike
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

What a super skiing place. Wonderful slopes and snow as well as lifting cables. From here you can follow the Sellaronda tour and reach many places: Corvara, Alta Badia, Canazei, Arabba.

Thank Francesco P
Reviewed 1 April 2016 via mobile

Wonderful ski area , long ski lift going up . For all levels of ski . Very convenient slopes . Part of the selaronda , that will take you 3-5 hours excluding breaks. You will need a super Dolomity ski pass . Refugio's all over...More

Thank Gidons51
Reviewed 27 July 2015

From Ciampinoi, a short round-trip walk of a couple hours or so (with time to enjoy the scenery) can be made to the Sella pass (Sellajoch), skirting the base of Sassolungo. Views are superb the whole way and the walk is easy. Go down the...More

2  Thank cascadehkr8
Reviewed 11 July 2015

It might seem a little dear but it's the best way to get up on to all manner of superb hikes around Sassolungo - and to visit the Rifugio Emilio Cominci. The walk back down to Selva was a bit dull (23) but we wanted...More

Thank Jamie N
Reviewed 15 March 2015 via mobile

Sella ronda and the entire skiing domain in Val Gardena as far as Cortina is outstanding. I would definitely go back to this area for skiing holidays.

Thank Alexandru P
Reviewed 21 February 2015 via mobile

The crowds can be endless and obnoxious as this is THE entryway to the mountain in this area. Get there early and try to ski the mountain without returning too often.

2  Thank voyageusefolleParis
Reviewed 20 January 2015

Try saslong descent to see how good you're in skiing. Champinoi is also a good starting point to reach Secheda - another gem for skiing.

Thank sasprus
Reviewed 10 September 2014

Cable car whisks you up to a beautiful up walking area. Many mountain huts available for refreshments at very reasonable prices once you reach the summit. Wonderful mountain flowers.

1  Thank 1Excitedtourist
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14 September 2015|
Response from cascadehkr8 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, if you know where you are going in Italy, that will narrow things down. Many major ski resort towns have lifts leaving conveniently right from town, but look into the specific town to see if a walk or transportation... More