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Ride with freeride Ciampinoi was just as good it gets, to both directions. Ah, what more to say about a good, easy and safe lift ride? Both ends were clearly signed and lift system in general in dolomiti superski area was excellent.
This was our main gondola which we caught to start skiing - a very efficient service in fairness. Starts at 8.30 officially but every morning when we got there early it was already running. No queue at 8.30 but can get quite busy around 9.30....More
After getting off at the Dantercepies station, we walked down to the centre of Selva and the Ciampinoi base station. On reaching the summit station, we set off on our walk to the Comici hut. The path is relatively easy being a downward slope with...More
Although we stayed at Santa Christina, it was very convenient to take a bus to Selva, And the cable car Station was right there. Loved the grand Vistas as we went up. All around were mountains and right in front was the big mountain. Many...More
While in the Val Gardena we went up the Ciampinoi twice. The last time was to do a tandem paragliding. There are many hikes from the top. Or you can do like I did and jump of top and glide to the bottom. Highly recommended!
This ski lift is efficient, and from it you can go down the slope Ciampinoi (red or black, both good) towards Selva Val Gardena (and Sellaronda) or you can ski on Saslong (red or black, though I prefer the black one) towards Santa Cristina (and...More
Wonderful ski area , long ski lift going up . For all levels of ski . Very convenient slopes . Part of the selaronda , that will take you 3-5 hours excluding breaks. You will need a super Dolomity ski pass . Refugio's all over...More
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Hello, if you know where you are going in Italy, that will narrow things down. Many major ski resort towns have lifts leaving conveniently right from town, but look into the specific town to see if a walk or transportation... More
Hello, if you know where you are going in Italy, that will narrow things down. Many major ski resort towns have lifts leaving conveniently right from town, but look into the specific town to see if a walk or transportation to the lift may be needed. For instance, In Val Gardena (Dolomites) region, the major towns have lifts. Ciampinoi leaves right from the middle of Selva / Wolkenstein, and from Ortisei / Sankt Ulrich there are three lifts leaving from convenient locations without too much walking involved. Good luck!