Mobility

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, 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.

INFO SERVICE DOLOMITESVIVES - available from 6.8. – 31.8.2018, MON-FRI, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: +39 348 5103862. The service is available at your own expenses.

Discover the different routes to reach the Passo Sella and find the nearest info point, cable car, bus stop and parking spot!
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By public transport

From Val di Fassa

From Canazei, the connection with Passo Sella is guaranteed by local public transport, with departures every 30-60 minutes.

From Val Gardena

From Ortisei, Selva Valgardena and Plan de Gralba, the connection with Passo Sella is guaranteed by local public transport, with departures every 15-30 minutes.

From Val Badia

From Corvara, Colfosco, the connection with Passo Sella is guaranteed by local public transport, with departures every 60 minutes.

By cable car

From Val di Fassa

Col Rodella cable car from Campitello di Fassa. Then on foot following trail no. 529, downhill, to Forcella Rodella, and then trail no. 557 to Passo Sella: 1 hour.

From Val Gardena

Piz Seteur gondola lift from Plan de Gralba. Then follow the trail no. 657 or continue with the Gran Paradiso chairlift and on trail no. 526: 1-1.5 hours
Ciampinoi cable car from Selva Valgardena, then follow trails no. 21, 21A and 526: 1-1.5 hours
Monte Pana and Mont de Seura chairlifts from S. Cristina, then follow the trail no. 256B, 528, 526: 2-2.5 hours.

On foot

From Val di Fassa

From Canazei, following trail no. 655: 3 hours, difference in altitude approx. 800 meter.

From Val Gardena

From Plan de Gralba following the trail no. 657: 2 hours, difference in altitude approx. 400 meter.
From Selva Valgardena following the trails no. 27, 21A and 526: 2.5 hours, difference in altitude approx. 614 meter.
From S. Cristina following the trail no. 30 to reach Monte Pana, then follow the trails no. 30, 528 and 526: 3.5-4 hours, difference in altitude approx. 800 meter.
From Ortisei following the railway path to S. Cristina and then the trails no. 30B, 23, 528 and 526: 6.5 hours, difference in altitude approx. 1013 meter.

From Val Badia

With trail no. 650 to Passo Gardena, and then downhill, following trails no. 654 and 653 to Plan de Gralba, and then to Passo Sella along trail no. 657: 3 hours 45 minutes, difference in altitude approx. 500 meter.

By bike

You may ride on the Passo Sella road at any time without restrictions. Further suggestions for MTB or eBike trails are available in the section “Activities”.

In private vehicle

From 23 July to 31 August 2018, Mondays to Fridays, between 9 am and 4 pm, the Passo Sella will be subject to traffic regulations extending from shortly after the the Miramonti junction (SS242/SS243) in Val Gardena to the Pian de Schiavaneis area near the Passo Sella/Passo Pordoi junction (SS242/SS48) in Val di Fassa.

You can access the Passo Sella in a private vehicle during the project period with the DOLOMITESVIVES PASS, a free permit valid for a specific time slot. The number of vehicles permitted to access the Passo Sella, both from Val di Fassa and from Val Gardena, is established on the basis of hourly time slots in order to prevent excessively busy times and congestion. There will be no traffic restrictions in place outside the control period, that is to say before 9 am and after 4 pm.

Who can apply for a DOLOMITESVIVES PASS

The DOLOMITESVIVES PASS can be requested free of charge by anyone wanting to travel through the Passo Sella during the days and times in question, by following the instructions provided under “How to request a DOLOMITESVIVES PASS”.

EXCEPTIONS:

  • Guests staying in accommodation on the Passo Sella do not need to request a DOLOMITESVIVES PASS. They may access the area on their day of arrival at any time by showing their booking confirmation at the checkpoint. Upon arrival at their hotel, they will receive a DOLOMITESVIVES PASS valid for the entire duration of their stay.
  • The following categories will be allowed through at any time, without needing a DOLOMITESVIVES PASS: pedestrians and cyclists (including e-bikes), local public transport services, emergency vehicles, disabled, local agricultural vehicles, suppliers, service vehicles carrying out work in the area, tour buses, electric vehicles.
  • The following categories may request a “seasonal permit” at the #Dolomitesvives information points: those who own or rent in the area concerned, employees at hotels on the Passo Sella, taxis/NCC services and and anyone who has to travel through the Passo Sella for work or health-related reasons.
How to request a DOLOMITESVIVES PASS

DOLOMITESVIVES PASS can be requested for a specific time slot between 9 am and 4 pm on a certain day, e.g. for ascent to the pass during the 10 am ‒ 11 am time slot. The permit time slot refers to the ascent up to the pass. You may leave the pass at any time. The DOLOMITESVIVES PASS can be requested on the day before you plan to access the pass or on the day itself.

The DOLOMITESVIVES PASS can be requested starting from 22nd July via:

The #Dolomitesvives information points, which will be open from 23 July to 31 August 2018, Mondays to Fridays, between 9 am and 4 pm, are located (see the interactive map too):

  • in S. Cristina (Val Gardena), in the car park near the Saslong cableway on Str. Ruacia
  • in Plan de Gralba (Val Gardena), in the car park near the Piz de Sella and Piz Seteur cableways.
  • shortly after the Miramonti junction (SS242/SS243- Val Gardena)
  • in Canazei (Val di Fassa), in the car park opposite the Belvedere cableway on Strèda del Piz
  • in Alba di Canazei (Val di Fassa), near the Ciampac and Alba-Col dei Rossi cableways car park on Strèda de Contrin
  • in Mazzin (Val di Fassa), in the car park near the tourist office
  • in Pian de Schiavaneis (Canazei, Val di Fassa)