Campolongo Pass

Campolongo Pass, situated at the border between Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige, is a mountain pass that connects Cordevole Valley to Val Badia and, precisely, Livinallongo del Col di Lana (Belluno) with Corvara in Badia.

Together with Pordoi Pass, Sella Pass and Gardena Pass, Campolongo Pass is part of the famous skitour Sellaronda. 

Ski and Sellaronda skitour

Taking part of one of the most important and well-known skitour of the Dolomites, Campolongo Pass is an appreciated and popular destination for the lovers of skiing, trekking and mountain-bike who can enjoy breathtaking panoramas.

The skitour Sellaronda is dotated of ski runs and lifts and can be taken in a clockwise or anti-clockwise direction. The two routes, called Orange (clockwise direction) and Green (anti-clockwise direction) for the color of its signage, pass through the Campolongo Pass. An extraordinary winter adventure above 2000 meters height.

Mountain bike

The tour around Sella Group continues in summer, where the mountain bike lovers can ride one of the most beautiful itinerary of the Dolomites, enjoying the amazing views. The route is not so difficult for the athletes, but they have to face it with a particular attention.

The Campolongo presents lengths and non-demanding slopes on both sides:
- from Arabba the climb is 5 km with an average gradient of 6% and a maximum of 10%.
- from Corvara the climb is 5 km with an average gradient of 5% and a maximum of 9%.

The pass has also become one of the stages of the Giro d'Italia, climbed for the first time in 1949.

Technical information
Altitude: 1875 m asl
Maximum slope: 8%.
Regions: Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige
Related localities: Arabba, Corvara in Badia