Skiing in the DolomitiSuperski and the Val GardenaAlpe di Siusi area

At the 3 star Hotel Jagdhof in Selva passionate skiers spend their perfect holiday thanks to the proximity to the world-famous Sellaronda

Skiing is a family tradition for us. Peter, the hotel owner is a ski teacher as is his daughter Christine, an ex ski racer with the Italian national team. They will be happy to pass on any tips and advice you may need on your ski holiday.

Our hotel is situated in a perfect position as you can reach the hotel directly on skis!!!
a ski tour around the Sella plateau right in the heart of the Dolomites. 26 km of perfect slopes, 4 valleys, 3 provinces and just one skipass.
The Sellaronda is the ski circuit around the Sella mountain group connecting over 40km of ski pistes, making it the world’s longest ski carousel.
It connects 4 different valleys: Val Gardena , Val Badia, Val di Fassa and Arabba situated in three different provinces (South Tyrol , Trentino, and Belluno). The Sellaronda is completely accessible on skis, so there is no need for buses, taxis etc.
It is a great day out and a must for all ski enthusiasts.
Ski Tours in Val Gardena
By means of the Ciampinoi Cableway visitors are able to reach the starting point of the Men's World Cup Downhill and Super G races, the renowned "Saslong" slopes.
Ski the World Cup run (black) to the valley or take the lower (red) run in the other direction where an underground train takes you to the "Col Raiser" Cableway. This route continues on to Seceda (2500m) where the aptly named "La Longia" enables you to ski another 10km down to the village of Ortisei.
Return by enjoying the same routes backwards or onwards over the splendid Seiseralm.
Seiseralm: the largest high plateau in Europe
A tour for skiers seeking enjoyment! The ski map shows mostly red runs, but in actual fact there are two reds and the others are all blue.
Choose from 3 different starting points:
a) take the ski bus to Ortisei and the cableway up to Seiseralm
b) along the Val Gardena ski tour (see above)
c) ski over Plan de Gralba via Comici Hut and then onto Monte Pana where a bus takes you to Saltria, Seiseralm.
In either instance the route homewards is highly recommended via Saltria, by bus to Monte Pana, up by chairlift to Monte Seura, then the Tramans chairlift and from here you ski straight back to the hotel.
The panorama tour on the mountain of Lagazuoi is like time-travel through the history of the Dolomites; from Passo Gardena to Passo Campolongo, over Cherz- Pralongia to Armenterola.
Here buses and taxis transfer you to Passo Falzarego, 2105 m, where the cableway carries you to the top of Lagazuoi, 2778 m.
The red run of Lagazuoi encompasses one of the most beautiful views in the Alps; you ski through the Fanes valley, passing steep cliffs and impressive icefalls. At the bottom horses take skiers back to the Armenterola.
Marmolada: Queen of the Dolomites
Lying at 3343m, Marmolada is the highest mountain in the Dolomites.
This tour should be done on a windless day with bright blue skies and you may even be able to see as far as Venice. You can do the Sellaronda to Portavescovo and from there the tour to Marmolada begins.
Enjoy the view! It’s worth it!
First World War Ski Tour
The centre point of the First World War ski tour is the symbolic mountain of the First World War, Mount Col di Lana. The 80 km (49 mi) tour takes you around this mountain. You find traces of WW1 everywhere: Artifacts from the war era, trenches running right through the rocks, parapet walks and forts.
You can do it clockwise or anti- clockwise. Anti- clockwise takes you over Passo Sella to Portavescovo – Malga Ciapela and then by ski bus to Alleghe, here you are in the skiing area of Civetta.
Take the ski bus over Passo Giau and on lifts and runs you arrive in the skiing areas of Averau – Col Gallina – Falzarego – Lagazuoi, coming back over Passo Gardena
For the whole tour you need approximately 7 to 8 hours. Therefore, we recommend leaving early in order to complete the tour before the lifts close.
Heilig Kreuz Santa Croce
This tour is ideal for easy to medium difficulty level skiers looking for sunny slopes away from the crowds.
You can also visit a picturesque pilgrimage church lying at an altitude of 2045m. From the hotel go over Passo Gardena to Corvara – La Villa, where the (black) men’s Giant Slalom slope “Gran Risa” is located, try it out and then do the beautiful red run which takes you to the chairlift from which the tour to Santa Croce begins.
Ski from the hotel over Passo Sella to Belvedere; take the large cableway down to Alba, where the next cableway takes you up to Ciampac.
Do the black run first and then take another cableway but this time up to the top, where a run brings you down to Pozza di Fassa, You can do the new black run “Vulcano” or the red run.
We wish you a lot of fun while planning your holiday and of course on the ski slopes.
Cross-country skiing in the idyllic Selva
Experienced skiers can enjoy a 5 Km,
in red-marked training - track; Homologated for National cross-country race...

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