The area is big, with a lot of opportunities with.The Sella Ronda as a must. We lived in Canazei, and I can really recommend this if you are going to stay close to the Sella part of the Dolomites. A small town, but with a couple of good restaurants and after ski.. The skiing is mostly easy. Some places it can be crowded, but just get through it and you will find a lot of slopes with less people. If you decide to take the Sella Ronda, get up in the morning. It's better at the start of the day. I also recommend to do the Sella clockwise. I found it a little more challenging. But why not go both ways :-).The slopes are usually well groomed, but as you can expect it will have some moguls at the end of the day at certain areas. Some days it can also get a bit icy, but not too much. This of course depend on the weather too. But if you want to bring your family, or are a group of friends that are not too into the extreme skiing, I can warmy recommend Sella ( and Canazei ).
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