Selva Gardena Resort Info
Selva Gardena skiing
Selva is near enough joined to neighbouring Santa Cristina, together making up the largest resort on the Sella Ronda circuit with 175km of runs. It's a big domain with a highly efficient lift system, 120km of snowmaking coverage, great scenery and generally good value. Once on the slopes, intermediates will be in their element Experts might be best heading to Arabba for decent challenges, but beginners should find enough to play with. The downside, however, is that long lift journeys are required to get at the very best Sella Ronda slopes.
Selva Gardena ski resort
The resort itself is quite sprawling and there can be quite a lot of traffic. However, Selva boasts a wide range of accommodation, good après-ski and great restaurants both on and off the mountain.
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Selva Gardena Snow & Weather
|Snow Report - 10 Mar 2014|
|Last snowed|| 03-Mar-2014|
|Fresh snow||1 cm|
|Lower slopes||90 cm|
|Upper slopes||280 cm|
|Runs to resort||Good|
|Off piste snow||Varied|
|Comments||Great conditions - wax up your skis!|
Snow Overview - Italy (snow news updated 10-Mar-2014)
It’s a superb time to be skiing in Italy at the moment, especially if you like sunshine and spring snow. Cortina (150/370cm) has an exceptional snow depth still, which promises a great spring season coming. The lower runs are quite soft now after the warm weather but there’s loads of snow across the whole mountain.
The western areas have great spring conditions too. The leader in Sauze d’Oulx (140/180cm) had a great day skiing spring snow on Sunday 9th March. Upper areas still have more wintry snow as it’s colder but lower areas are softer. The whole of the Milky Way ski area is open and with a very sunny week forecast, it’s the perfect time to head there.
European Weather Outlook
The weather is forecast to remain mostly sunny across the European resorts this week, although there is some cloudier weather expected on Thursday 13th March. This could deliver fresh snow to Austria and Germany. The temperature is expected to rise for the start of next week with the freezing level expected to sit around 3,000m on Monday 17th March.
If you are after fresh snow then the Scandinavian resorts could be your best bet, as cloudy and snowy weather is forecast next weekend. Oppdal in Norway could receive almost 60cm of new snow by Tuesday 18th March.