The Mt. Marmolada is also well-known as the "Queen of the Dolomites". Why? Well, Mt. Marmolada is the highest mountain of the Dolomites and it is the only peak of the Dolomites with a glacier on its northern face.

At the feed of this northern face there is Arabba. From there you can reach Porta Vescovo, the Fedaia Lake and finally the peak of the Marmolada - by cable cars and chair lifts. Here you can find great slopes - one is even 12 km long -, some deep-powder-snow areas and also some very challenging gorges and ravines.

Marmolèda is the Ladin name, and means "excellent", "iridescent". On its feet there are Rocca Pietore and Malga Ciapela with the valley station of the cable car, which - in three sections - covers over 1800 meters of altitude. The lift and the ski runs are connected with Arabba and the magnificent ski resort beneath the Porta Vescovo.

In order to be worthy of the „Queen of the Dolomites” the extensive glacier slopes and ski runs further down are regarded as particularly snow-sure. So they make it possible to go skiing from late autumn to late spring.

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Ski lifts
Ski tow: 4
Chairlifts: 16
Cable-cars: 2
Cable cars: 5
Cable railways: 0
Magic carpets: 0
In total: 27 Ski lifts
Ski runs
25 km
28 km
9 km
0 km
Lit up ski runs: 0 km
Sea level
1100 - 3342m
1 Fun park
-0 Halfpipe
-0 Jumps
-0 Boxes
-0 Rails
0 Ski lodges and restaurants
0 Après-ski bars
Number of chilren's parks: 1
Ski rental
Descent and closure of the lifts
Day ticket: 33 EUR
5 days: 144 EUR
Day ticket: n.A.
5 days: n.A.
Day ticket: 30 EUR
5 days: 130 EUR
Blanket rate