Trentino and South Tyrol/Südtirol have taken on this challenge and have been running the #Dolomitesvives project since last summer. The aim for 2018 is to cut individual traffic through the Passo Sella by 20% and raise visitor awareness of sustainable travel in order to help enhance and safeguard the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Between 23 July and 31 August 2018, the Passo Sella is traffic-calmed Mondays to Fridays from 9 am to 4 pm from shortly after the Miramonti junction (SS242/SS243), above Plan de Gralba in Val Gardena valley, to the Pian de Schiavaneis area near Passo Sella/Passo Pordoi junction (SS242/SS48) in Val di Fassa.
In the true spirit of #Dolomitesvives, we would like to invite you to leave your car at your hotel or in the parking facilities in the valley and travel to the Passo Sella by public transport, by cableways, by bicycle or on foot. By doing so, you can contribute to safeguarding this unique natural heritage.
Anyone wishing to access the Passo Sella in a private vehicle will need to request a DOLOMITESVIVES PASS, a free permit valid for a specific time slot, which is available via the OPENMOVE app or web page, or directly from the #Dolomitesvives information points.
Hikers put on your boots and… build up an appetite! What could be better after a good mountain hike? A mouthwatering grill and slice of strudel await you at the Sella Pass.
Are you looking for excitement? At the Sella Pass you can fly in tandem, go paragliding or enjoy the thrill of rock climbing.
The Sella Pass is the perfect place for MTB enthusiasts, offering tours for all levels of ability through breathtaking scenery. And why not explore the Sella Pass on an eBike too?