The sun emerges among the gray clouds illuminating the snowy mountains
Alta Badia at high altitudes

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don't forget to have some rest:

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Passes of the Dolomites

To reach the Alta Badia one can drive through the mountain passes. You can have an insight into the beautyful Dolomites world, and also escape the irritating traffic rope of the main streets.

The probably best known ones are the Dolomites passes "Passo Gardena", "Passo Sella", "Passo Pordoi" and "Passo Campolongo", four passes around the Sella massif. They are also a goal of many motorcyclists and cyclists.

The famous "Maratona dles Dolomites" in July signs out on these 4 Dolomites passes around the Sella.

Some important informations of the mountain passes routes around Alta Badia:

Passo Gardena:
Length: 19 km
Altitude: 2121 m
Difference in altitude: 550 m
Winter closure: no
Connects: Val Badia (Colfosco) - Val Gardena (Selva/ Plan de Gralba)

Passo Sella:
Length: 17 km,
Altitude: 2213 m
Difference in altitude: 750 m
Winter closure: no
Connects: Val Gardena (Selva/ Plan de Gralba) - Val di Fassa (Canazei)

Passo Pordoi:
Length: 30 km
Altitude: 2239 m
Difference in altitude: ca. 770 m
Winter closure: no
Connects: Val di Fassa (Canazei) - Arabba

Passo Campolongo:
Length: 11 km
Altitude: 1875 m
Difference in altitude: 300 m
Winter closure: no
Connects: Arabba - Val Badia (Corvara)

Passo Valparola:
Length: 14 km
Altitude: 2192 m
Difference in altitude: 759 m
Winter closure: no
Connects: San Cassiano - Passo Falzarego (Cortina d`Ampezzo)

Passo Falzarego:
Length: 25 km
Altitude: 2105 m
Difference in altitude: ca. 770 m
Winter closure: december - april
Connects: Passo Valparola (Val Badia) - Cortina d`Ampezzo

Passo delle Erbe:
Length: 45 km
Altitude: 1987 m
Difference in altitude: 1450 m
Winter closure: november - may
Connects: Val Badia (San Martino in Badia) - Vall'Isarco (Funes - Bressanone)

Passo Furcia:
Length: 19 km
Altitude: 1759 m
Difference in altitude: 744 m
Winter closure: no
Connects: Val Badia (Marebbe) - Val Pusteria (Valdaora)