The Marmolada lift is composed by two intermediate stations and on the second (Serauta - 2.950 mt.) there is the possibility to make a break in the bar/restaurant self-service. From the last station in Punta Rocca (3.265 mt.) people can start to skiing and also access to the biggest skiing area in the world throught the spectacular slope named "La Bellunese". It is the most longer in the Dolomites and it crosses the glacier till Passo Fedaia. From here, people can reach Malga Ciapela. There are 12 km. of slope with a very good width and an intermediate incline.
It is possible to make alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, and free riding. Another good point to skiing is the near Padon 's area, which is ideal for all type of skier. There is also a ski school area which is perfect to begin this type of activity and suitable for all family needs. The present of the Scuola Sci and Snowboard Marmolada it is the synonymous of proffessionalism and it guaranties the maximum quality, not only ski lessons, but also for snowboarding, carving, telemark and funny daily trips through the Dolomiti Superski's slopes.
Malga Ciapela is also the ideal start point to beginning the Sellaronda ski tour or the Big War ski tour. They are the most suggestive ski tour in the Alps and the first passes across the Sella mountain through the famous 4 Dolomites passes: Campolongo, Gardena, Sella and Pordoi; the second it passes in the Marmolada, Civetta, Pelmo, 5 Torri, Tofana, Lagazuoi, Conturines, Settsass, Sassongher and Sella's areas. Along the way it is possible to admire the First World War's galleries. Both itineraries can be make easily in one day.
The ski mountaineering's itineraries are very interesting and spectacular. They give the possibility to reach an high altitude, where people can admire a wonderful landscape. The classics route include the Punta Rocca peak (the Marmoalda's second high peak) and Penia peak, reachable from Pian dei Fiacconi. It is also interesting the near areas, that start from Malga Ciapela, such as: Val Ombretta and Ombrettola, Val Franzèdas and Val Franzèi.