Arabba-Marmolada

3,269 m a.s.l.
1,446 m a.s.l.
21:00
-7.64.2
13%0mm/h
11.2-16.7km/h
easy
36 km
intermediate
41 km
advanced
10 km

The complex of ski resorts (Arabba-Porta Vescovo) around the towns of Arabba and Malga Ciapela includes, among others the highest peak of the Dolomites, Marmolada (3343 m a.s.l.). If only for this reason, it is a very important point of the Italian Dolomiti Superski system. It is characterized by a higher level of difficulty than the connected neighboring resorts. The local Arabba skipass allows you to ski around Passo Pordoi, Passo Campolongo and the aforementioned Marmolada peak. The resort is connected by lifts and slopes to the Sella Ronda (Val di Fassa, Ciampac, Alta Badia, Val Gardena and others) and the Dolomiti Superski ski pass is also valid here.

Padon piste and the peak of Marmolada (on the right), Porta Vescovo, Arabba
Padon piste and the peak of Marmolada (on the right), Porta Vescovo, Arabba

Weather

2/29/2024
3/1/2024
18:00
-7
4.8
4km/h
19:00
-7
4.8
8%0mm/h
5km/h
20:00
-7.4
4.4
9%0mm/h
7.9km/h
21:00
-7.6
4.2
13%0mm/h
11.2km/h
22:00
-7.1
4.7
13%0mm/h
7.4km/h
23:00
-7.2
4.6
15%0.1mm/h
7.4km/h
00:00
-7.4
4.4
16%0.1mm/h
7.4km/h
01:00
-7.6
4.2
17%0.1mm/h
7.4km/h
02:00
-7.7
4.1
18%0.1mm/h
7.4km/h
03:00
-7.9
3.9
22%0.1mm/h
9.3km/h
04:00
-7.7
4.1
24%0.1mm/h
9.3km/h
05:00
-7.8
4
25%0.1mm/h
9.3km/h
06:00
-8
3.8
30%0.2mm/h
9.3km/h
07:00
-8.1
3.7
35%0.2mm/h
9.3km/h
08:00
-8.2
3.6
37%0.2mm/h
9.3km/h
09:00
-8
3.8
39%0.2mm/h
11.1km/h
10:00
-7.9
3.9
42%0.3mm/h
11.1km/h
11:00
-7.6
4.2
46%0.4mm/h
11.1km/h
12:00
-7.6
4.2
51%0.4mm/h
11.1km/h
13:00
-7.8
4
54%0.4mm/h
11.1km/h
14:00
-8.2
3.6
54%0.3mm/h
11.1km/h
15:00
-8
3.8
44%0.2mm/h
11.1km/h
16:00
-8.4
3.4
39%0.2mm/h
11.1km/h
17:00
-8.7
3.1
37%0.2mm/h
11.1km/h
Source: DWD

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