The Mittagstal valley is one of the legendary variant descents in the Dolomites. The valley crosses the entire Sella massif in a south-north direction.


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The striking Sella pole looks like an impregnable fortress.

The famous Sellaronda runs in both directions around the entire floor.

The Pordoijoch and the gondola lift to the summit of Sass Pordoi are usually left lying around by the skiers.

The valley station can be easily reached with a chair lift from the ski area.

The last 150 m are then covered on foot.

In summer, the cable car takes mountaineers and freeriders up to just under 3,000 m in one glide without supports in winter.

The terrace of the Dolomites, as the summit is often called, is in fact not to be topped in terms of views.

The ski descent through the Mittagstal valley is one of the great classics in the Dolomites.

With an ascent of just over 100 metres you reach a grandiose descent through a wild valley. Avalanche equipment with avalanche transceiver, shovel and probe is required.