Passionate for history lovers, mythical for any cyclist, adrenaline-pumping for those who prefer climbing and freeride skiing: Passo Pordoi brings everyone together, at any time of the year.
Set between the Sass Pordoi and the Sass Becé, it delimits the border between the province of Trento and that of Belluno and is 12 kilometres from Canazei, spread over 28 hairpin bends. It is one of the four passes of the Route of the Dolomites, built at the beginning of the 20th century to connect Bolzano to Cortina and promote the tourist development of the Ladin valleys. The Pordoi is linked to important pages of our history: from the battles of the First World War (worth a visit to the Museum of the Great War and the Ossuary) to the mythical climbs of the Giro d 'Italia. In summer it is the starting point for hiking, climbing, via ferrata and mountain bike/road bike tours. The cable car ride and the view from Sass Pordoi, the Terrace of the Dolomites at almost 3,000 meters above sea level, are unforgettable holiday memories. During the ski season it is a must for the famous Skitour Sellaronda.
The Terrace of the Dolomites in autumn hosts the highest symposium of wines of the Alps, while in July it is the protagonist of the world skyrunning thanks to the Dolomyths Run Skyrace.
How to get there
Summer: by car; on foot coming from the Col dei Rossi (climb with the Canazei-Belvedere facilities); by public transport (free with Val di Fassa Guest Card).
Winter: by car; with private shuttle bus.
17 May - 15 October 2023: every day from 09:00 to 17:00
Single cable car ticket adults € 15
Cable car return ticket adults € 27