Slopes & lifts

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Porta Vescovo

Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site

In 2009 Dolomites have been declared a Unesco World heritage site for its geological importance and the aesthetic value of its landscape.

The area of the municipality of Livinallongo del Col di Lana, which surrounds the Dolomiti Porta Vescovo Resort, was the scene of bloody clashes during the Great War. 

This area presents a significant biodiversity due to its vast outcrops of volcanic origin and its geographical position of transit between western and eastern, oceanic and continental influxes.

Enrosadira is the name of the phenomenon that, at dawn and at dusk, lights up the peaks of the Dolomites with an evocative shade of pink that gradually turns to red, orange and violet.

This term, which derives from Ladin tradition, literally means "to become pink", and the terraces of Dolomiti Porta Vescovo Resort are the ideal setting to observe this natural phenomenon.

Breathtaking slopes
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Our ski slopes

A good start...

Easy slopes to really begin to ski

Our three blue slopes are just the best for beginners.
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Blue / Easy
A simple route with a 10% average gradient which twists and turns through the woodlands for almost two kilometres and connects the Pordoi Pass to the bottom of the Arabba valley.


Blue / Easy
A high-altitude route with a very low gradient (13%), therefore a perfect slopes also for less experienced skiers.

Sas de la Vegla

Blue / Easy
A school camp which is always sunny and where also beginners will get the chance to ski surrounded by the beauty of high altitude landscapes.

Speed and control...

Medium slopes, to improve and have fun

Five red slopes to give free rein to your desire for skiing.


Red / Medium
A varied route with challenging high-altitude walls, fast plateaus and in the final stretch, a gentle descent through the woods.


Red / Medium
A simple and flexible slope, as the name given by the author Gabriele D'Annunzio suggests, ideal for those skiers who want a quiet descent on a path that is always snowy.

Padon 1

Red / Medium
A 1-km slope which connects the Porta Vescovo Dolomiti Resort area to the Marmolada lifts, and the largest glacier of the same name in the Dolomites.


Red / Medium
This slope is considered the ski slope "par excellence" thanks to its perfect position, its gradient and width. From the beginning to the end of winter season, this slope guarantees neverending fun, a piste you will never be tired of.


Red / Medium
This route, which must be followed to continue the SellaRonda Skitour in clockwise direction (orange signs), connects without any significant gradients the Salere slope to the Fodom four-seater chairlift that reaches the Pordoi Pass.

For the experts

Our black slopes

The Queen


Black / Difficult

The most demanding slope in the whole area, a piste which will test simultaneously physical ability, mental endurance and technical skills of any skier.

The very long final stretch, characterized by a constant gradient of 50%, will take you to the limits of extreme skiing.

The black pearl


Black / Difficult

Known as the "black pearl", this route guarantees fun and satisfaction every time, from the steep and demanding slopes in the initial stretch to the wooded area, giving each skier moments of utter pleasure.

A variation


interchange Ornella

Black / Difficult

A very popular variant loved by the enthusiasts of our ski area because of its excellent and constant gradient. 

Porta Vescovo

Ski lifts

n° 20

Cable car Arabba/Pescoi

n° 21

Cable car Pescoi/Forcella Europa

n° 02

Ropeway Arabba/Porta Vescovo

n° 09

Chairlift Carpazza

n° 03

Cable car Arabba/Portados

n° 10

Chairlift Sas de la Vegla

n° 12

Chairlift Piani di Ornella/ Passo Padon

n° 11

Chairlift Piani di Ornella/ Mesola


The Place to Ski

Perfect snow on beautifully groomed slopes, blue sky, clean air and year-round sunshine, ultra-modern ski lifts which permit to reach some of the most magnificent and panoramic locations of the entire ski-resort, and last but not least, pure fun and gourmet experience at high altitude. 

“The place to ski”, in other words a certainty: in Arabba you can ski for real for the whole winter, from the opening of the lifts to the end of season.

Arabba is the place to be, to take a break and test yourself on the most beautiful slopes, the starting point to reach exciting ski runs at an altitude of more than 2.500 meters: a real heaven for skiers and snowboarders and an authentic front-row seat to enjoy the unique panorama on the Sella massif and the Marmolada glacier.

Did you cover Sellaronda in both directions yet?

Try the Great War Skitour!