Frozen waterfalls, stone walls and a great dolomitic valley. The domain of Val Gardena, located in the Italian Alps, offers 175 kilometers of slopes for all levels that run between the villages of Ortisei, Santa Cristina and Selva. With its highest point located at 2,453m, this site delights all nature lovers, from families with children to groups who can enjoy great beauty and slopes for all levels. It is possible to extend the ski area with the Dolomiti Superski ski pass, which gives unlimited access to 1,200 kilometers of slopes and 448 lifts in 12 spectacular ski areas. Beginners will find excellent tracks in Selva, under the Dantercëpies gondola, and in the Alpe di Siusi area, which is characterised by being spacious and perfectly groomed, while intermediates can enjoy red and blue runs in the Seceda sector. Experts enjoy dolomite landscapes and steep black slopes such as Saslong, which starts from 2,249m of the Ciampinoi and has been the scene of World Alpine Ski Championships. Those keen on long routes can enjoy Longia, the longest of the whole domain, more than 10.5km from Seceda (2,511m) to Ortisei (1,351m). Every April, Val Gardena hosts the Gardenissima competition, the world's longest giant slalom and, in turn, has the famous Circuit de la Sella Ronda, an amazing environment under the impressive pink stone walls of Sassolungo and Grupo del Sella. Undoubtedly, Val Gardena offers all skiers spaces of spectacular beauty where they can develop their skills. The villages along the valley also have a long tradition and history. The native population of this valley is officially trilingual, and all denominations are written in Ladino, German and Italian. An adventure beyond skiing!