Ski Chalets In Selva Italy

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Ski Range 1,428m - 3,342m

The dramatic scenery of the Dolomites makes this one of the world’s most beautiful ski areas. Selva Val Gardena enjoys the best of Italian and Austrian tradition and is a world-renowned ski area, set in the spectacular Dolomites in northern Italy. These mountains have an enchanting character all their own, with dramatic high-rise pinnacles often glowing a soft pink in the early morning and a fiery red at sunset. The scenery is awe-inspiring, with incredible views from every vantage point. For sheer beauty and a simply enormous ski area, with guaranteed snow on the Marmolada Glacier coupled with the resort’s many other attractions and some of the world’s best snow-making for extra cover and snow security, Selva makes a wonderful choice for a ski holiday.

Selva Ski School

The ski-school in Selva prides itself on the enthusiastic, genuine and traditionally Italian welcome it gives to adults and children alike. Children can join the ski-school from 4 years old and there is a specific group aimed at the teenage skier aged 13-17 years. All-day or half-day courses can be booked.



Via Innsbruck

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Transfer time: 1 hour 45 minutes

Free Lift Pass for Children

Free Lift Pass for Children

on all dates - children up to 7 years


We are pleased to offer you a convenient pre-bookable service for ski/board and boot hire, tuition and lift passes. The big advantages are that everything is arranged for you in advance, prices are guaranteed against currency fluctuation, and you can relax and look forward to a smoother first day in resort. Your equipment hire and lesson vouchers will be in your Welcome Pack ready for you immediately on arrival, and your lift passes will be delivered to you either on arrival or by breakfast time on your first morning, so you can hit the slopes without delay.

Resort Facilities

Ample shops, restaurants and bars, Heli-skiing, Ice-skating, Sleigh-rides, Ice-hockey matches, Snow-shoe walks, Indoor tennis, Bowling, Sports centre, Museum, Wonderful craft shops packed with intricate wood carvings for which Selva is famous


Après ski starts on the mountain with several bars to choose from, and in the resort itself, après ski is lively with plenty of fun to be experienced. One café on the main street serves particularly good ice cream!

There’s a great choice of restaurants offering both Italian and Austrian specialities, giving ample choice in all price ranges for dining out on your chalet hosts’ one night off.

There is night skiing on the Alpe di Siusi at least three nights a week and sleigh-rides, snowshoeing and ice-skating too.


Part of the Dolomites Ski area

Ski Range 1,440m – 3,342m

Selva Val Gardena is part of the Dolomites Superski, the world’s largest ski lift network which covers 1,200km of well-groomed and easily accessible slopes and is connected by some 450 lifts and ski buses. A relatively new feature in the Dolomite Superski area is a selection of ski tours which guide you round a range of circuits from the sporting to the romantic, stopping at wonderful panoramic viewpoints and mountain huts to sample the culinary specialities of the region. So each day another feature of this incredible area can be explored.


Ski Away Days

Your Ski Total Rep will suggest selected Ski-Away Days to other interesting places in this wonderful and vast area. The chic Italian resort of Cortina is a definite must for all skiers and celebrity spotters, as is the renowned Armentarola (‘Hidden Valley’) descent and the dramatic peaks of the Cinque Torre. For in-you-face scenery, few runs can compete with the Hidden Valley route down from Lagazuoi, a craggy, 2762m/9084ft peak accessible by cable car from the Passo Falzarego. The five-mile run takes you past close-up views of towering Dolomite cliff faces and a huge frozen waterfall of blue ice down to Val Badia. At the bottom, groups of skiers, hanging on to ropes, are towed back to the main pistes by a pair of horses. All these runs are included on your Dolomiti Superski lift pass so only a local charge for travel is made.

For those seeking a little more adrenalin, there is the Men’s World Cup Downhill in St Cristina, where a new funicular has recently opened, some good testing runs in the Arabba area, and the challenging blacks down the Soura Sass.

For boarders, Selva is ideally suited to freeriders wanting to cover some ground and ride the day away, enjoying the natural terrain. For freestylers, Selva offers a small fun-park, and there are other, larger parks in Canazei, Plan de Gralba and Cortina – all covered on your area lift-pass.

Sella Ronda Ski Circuit

This reasonably easy and scenic circuit takes you round  the ruggedly beautiful Gruppa Sella mountains,  with skiers visiting the slopes of dozens of villages and crossing four mountain passes: Sella, Pordoi, Campolongo and Gardena.. The Sella Ronda can easily be skied in a day, either clockwise or anti-clockwise and is an achievable goal even for early intermediate skiers. Exploring some of the local pistes offered by each valley en route can extend the circuit’s length considerably if you want to get extra miles under your belt.