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. It reveals some of the Ladin culture, and will lead you past both obvious and less-conspicuous natural treasures. In doing so, one crosses the Sella Pass to the west, the Pordoi Pass to the south, the Campolongo Pass to the east, and the Grödner Pass to the north of the Sella Massif. In short: For vacationers in the Dolomites, the Sellaronda is a "must" for a variety of reasons.
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