The world-famous roundtrip route of the Dolomites is a year-round attraction. It offers visitors a unique opportunity to combine a love of sports with an appreciation of nature.
In the wintertime, skiers can circle the Sella Massif over 40 km of snow-covered slopes. This, the most-famous ski circuit in South Tyrol is embedded in the breath-taking landscape of the Dolomites and will lead you over four passes, with spectacular views of the Sella Massif, the Langkofel, the Plattkofel, the Marmolata, and many more impressive summits of the Dolomites. Along the way, you can stop in at various alpine huts for refreshments, including hearty South Tyrolean specialties which will give you the needed energy to continue your journey.
The summertime classic is to circle the Sella Massif with the racing bike. This trip has a length of 58 km, and will take you through a total of 1,800 meters of altitude differential. Along the way, you'll cross the famous Grödner Pass, Sella Pass, Pordoi Pass, and Campolongo Pass.