La Marmolada, a destination for skiers and mountaineers, with its 3.342 meters it is the highest peak of the The Dolomites, and for this reason it is also called the queen of the Dolomites.
At the base of the north side, at an altitude of about 2.030 meters, there is the Lake Fedaia about 2 km long.
- Marmolada with useful information and useful information
- Ski lifts and slopes
- Marmolada Extreme sports
- Cultural visits
- Marmolada photo gallery
Marmolada with useful information and useful information
On the splendid Dolomite mountains it is possible to go downhill or cross-country skiing on ski slopes for all levels.
Ski lifts and slopes
To get on the Marmolada you can use the Seal skins, snowshoeing, the helicopter or the famous cable car divided into three sections and recently modernized.
Famous is the first section, the one that can also be seen from the road that goes up to Fedaia pass.
The ropes rise almost parallel to the rock and the cable car makes a good 900 meters in altitude.
La Marmolada slope Wonderful.
It descends for 12 kilometers crossing the entire glacier of the Marmolada, connecting to the slopes that descend from the Padon Pass and then return to Malga Ciapela.Cortina d'Ampezzo white week information
Characteristics of the Track Pian Fiacconi Fedaia:
Length: 2.200 m
Total difference in height: 552 m
Average gradient: 25%
Difficulty level: Red
Average width: 44 m
If you don't want to ski, here are some ready-made and equipped sleds pulled by tireless dogs waiting to start a race in a beautiful and boundless landscape.
A valid alternative to dog sledding can be a peaceful ride on horseback, immersed in the enchanting quiet and unique landscapes that the Veneto provides.
And in any case, in addition to the ski slopes and cross-country skiing itineraries, many areas have an ice stadium where you can skate or play hockey.
Marmolada Extreme sports
If, on the other hand, you are a lover of strong emotions, the sports that are right for you are: the taxi-bob (crazy descent on the ice at over 100 Kmh), lo snow rafting, also called "white panic“, Guarantees speed and emotions: aboard a pneumatic dinghy and with expert guides you will descend the steepest slopes.
The harsh winter temperatures transform the waterfalls of the Venetian mountains into smooth walls where you can practice ice climbing.
Don't miss a visit to the Great War Museum, located at the station Serauta upstream of the cable car.
It contains artifacts, photos, documents from the Great War '15 -'18.
Marmolada photo gallery