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Access sella Ronda from Carezza

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I am planning a trip to Carezza next February, does anyone know if the Sella Ronda circuit can be accessed directly from there or is it a trek on a bus? Thanks
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There are lifts out of Campitello, Canazei and Alba which will take you directly on to the Sella Ronda. You can only ski back into Canazei. It depends on where your accommodation is as to whether you'll need a bus or not. It would only be a short ride. snowHead
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Thank you, we are thinking of booking the hotel rosengarten in nova levante. Worried it may be a bit far out?
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@NeddySkiGoon, yes, but none of these resorts are linked by lift to Carezza.

@Shoe872, to specifically answer your first question: no you can't access the Sella Ronda directly from Carezza. And Nova Levante in particular is on the side of the Carezza ski area which is furthest from the Sella Ronda. I don't think there's a direct bus either - certainly not a frequent one anyway. You'd need to drive to get to the Sella Ronda - probably 30 mins to get to Pozza di Fassa, and a bit further to get to somewhere which is directly on the Sella Ronda (e.g. Canazei).

The local Carezza ski area is, however, quite attractive and directly accessible by lift from Nova Levante. It's quite small though - a half decent skier could ski all the runs on a few hours.
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Thank you. We’ll get back to the drawing board. We’re flying into Innsbruck and looking for a resort with direct access to the Sella Ronda.
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@Shoe872, have a look on Google for a map of the whole Sella Ronda including lifts and pistes - you'll then be able to see which resorts link directly into the circuit.
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@denfinella, you're right, I'm misreading my piste map. Carezza is a ski and a long bus ride to the Sella Ronda.

@Shoe872, try following this link:

https://valgardenaskimap.com/en/sella-ronda#gallery
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Shoe872 wrote:
Thank you. We’ll get back to the drawing board. We’re flying into Innsbruck and looking for a resort with direct access to the Sella Ronda.


Direct access to Sella Ronda, from Innsbruck the obvious choices are Selva in Val Gardena or Corvara/Colfosco in Alta Badia. Secondary access is available from S. Cristina & Ortisei in Val Gardena and La Villa & S Cassiano in the Badia valley.

Basically, the closer you are to the main circuit the more you will pay for accommodation. If you have your own transport, you can commute from villages further out.

Nova Levante would be a long commute to the Sella Ronda, nearest lift would be the cablecar at Campitello.
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