The most beautiful webcams in Val Gardena – Dolomites
Welcome to Val Gardena, one of the jewels of the Dolomites, where Alpine peaks over 2,000 meters above sea level – Seceda, Ciampinoi, Piz Sella, Plan de Gralba and Dantercepies – reveal breathtaking views. From these spectacular peaks unfold not only extraordinary natural vistas, but also the most fascinating descents leading to the picturesque villages of S. Cristina and Selva di Val Gardena.
In addition, these peaks serve as a hub for connections to the renowned Sellaronda, an integral part of the vast Dolomiti Superski ski area. Webcams strategically placed in these prime locations capture the essence of this unique mountain landscape and allow you to experience the thrills of this area without moving from home. Come discover the magnificence of Val Gardena through the eyes of our webcams, ready to capture every moment of beauty and adventure.
Room located on the south side of Val Gardena, near the Col Raiser cable car. Panoramic views of Sassolungo, Marmolada, Sella Group, Cir, Stevia and Odle. Seceda is connected by the Gardena Ronda Express underground funicular to the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel.
Ciampinoi with the famous World Cup slope “Saslong.” Two FIS races are held each year: the Super-G with its breathtaking turns and the downhill with speeds over 120 per hour. From Ciampinoi start slopes to the center of S. Cristina, to the center of Selva and to Plan de Gralba and the various connections of the Superski Dolomiti!
Webcam Plan de Gralba – Piz Sella
The Plan de Gralba ski resort with the Piz Sella peak is located at the foot of the majestic Sassolungo (3141 m). Ideal slopes for beginners and advanced skiers who want to perfect their carving technique. The various snowparks and boardercross are the ideal meeting place for snowboarders and freestylers.
Here is the mountain station of the new Dantercepies gondola located above Passo Gardena. Its slopes are known for always being perfectly groomed and with breathtaking changes of slope. Here we encounter the women’s downhill slope from the 1970 World Alpine Ski Championships.