The Arabba Ski Resort, with its 62 km of snowy slopes and 31 modern ski lifts, is one of the most well-known resorts of the Dolomiti Superski ski area. It comprises the Sella Ronda ski route which connects 4 Dolomite passes: Campolongo, Gardena, Sella and Pordoi.
Skiers love Mount Portavescovo, above Arabba, for its spectacular slopes. It's a good starting point for the Sella Ronda loop, the Great War Tour and the Marmolada. It's also possible to ski here in the summer. Arabba has something for everyone from easy slopes for beginners to black runs for experts.
At the foot of Mount Burz there's a ski school slope where children can learn to ski on short and easy slopes before moving on to more spectacular and difficult trails as long as 4 km and with a difference of level of up to 871 m. In addition to the famous Portavescovo descent, it's possible to go, with skis on your feet, to the Marmolada, queen of the Dolomiti with its 3269 m of altitude. Most hotels are conveniently located near the slopes and ski lifts.