Selva di Val Gardena (1,563 m) is located at the foot of the magnificent Sella group and the Sassolungo - Langkofel at the end of Val Gardena in South Tyrol, surrounded by the rich flora and fauna of the Dolomites.
This charming village is an excellent meeting place for families, as well as a starting point for sports and outdoor activities.
Selva di Val Gardena is the number one skiing, hiking and mountainbike paradise in Val Gardena.
In the summer, Selva di Val Gardena is extremely popular due to its trend towards pure nature. Inviting walking routes, beautiful mountain trails, breath-taking climbing routes and simply relaxation and rest. All of this with the unique Dolomite mountains as a backdrop.
The Gherdeina Museum (Gherdëina Local Heritage Museum) in the centre of Ortisei constitutes one of the major museums of the Ladin valleys. It exhibits valuable collections related to the cultural and natural history of Val Gardena.
The Slackline Park offers a total of 13 alternatives to mount Slacklines: starting from the beginner line to the Rodeo Line. The Slacklines have to be provided by the Slackliners.
Selva di Val Gardena is the number one skiing paradise in Val Gardena and South Tyrol as well. The various lift facilities of the valley's different ski resorts are connected to each other and, at the same time, are the starting point of the famous Sellaronda.
The ski area Val Gardena offers ideal conditions for passionate skiers and snowboarders. 500 km of pure fun on slopes around the Sella Group, connected by state of the art lift facilities and on 1220 km of slopes in the 12 surrounding valleys.
Besides its magnificent scenery, Vallunga provides cross-country skiers with 19 km of trails. At the sports centre you will find a cross-country school and ski rental shop. The trail starts here and goes all the way to the end of the valley.
Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps
The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites
On a sunny plateau with wonderful views of the Pustertal
The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains