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  Resort Information
Season Dec to Mid April
Nearest Airport Treviso,Bolzano or Verona
Ski Area 1220km Sella Ronda
Ski Lifts 186
Ski Runs 590
Longest Run 14km
Resort Height 1600m
Snowball Ratings
Beginners 4 / 5
Intermediates 5 / 5
Experts 4 / 5
Families 4 / 5
Nightlife 3.5 / 5
Affordability 4 / 5
Non Ski Activities 3.5 / 5

Arabba is a delightful compact village set amongst some of Europe's finest scenery with easy access to fantastic skiing on both sides of the valley. The village is in the Ladin-speaking part of the Dolomites, just in the Veneto province giving it a slightly more Italian feel compared to the neighbouring villages of the Sud Tirol.Die hard enthusiast have been visiting Arabba for many years as it sits on the Sella Ronda Ski Circuit and is the gateway to the Porta Vescovo ski runs and the Marmolada Glacier, with its guaranteed snow, at an altitude of 3,342m, the highest peak in the Dolomites.

One of the characteristic villages on the Sella Ronda ski circuit, Arabba is well known on the British ski market as a real skiers’ holiday base, with charm!. Arabba sits almost at the head of a valley, one of the highest resorts in the Dolomites. The local Porta Vescovo mountain provides some of the Superski area’s most challenging pistes and the stunning slopes of the mighty Marmolda glacier, a favourite with more experienced skiers, are also within easy reach from here. With its snowsure north facing slopes, access to the Marmolada glacier and being positioned right on the Sella Ronda circuit, the gateway to over a thousand kilometres of groomed pistes you couldn’t pick a better place for your winter ski holiday.

Apart from the extensive skiing there is plenty to do and non skiers generally have a great time.The Italian food is always a good reason to visit but its an area you can never get bored with.Accommodation is generally in hotels and good quality catered chalets.Well worth a visit.

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