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The Armentarola Slope

The Armentarola ski run is one of the most famous slopes in the Dolomites and is always at the top of the list of the most popular ski slopes. 

From the top of Mt. Lagazuoi you ski down to the Sarè Bridge. Here a horse-drawn carriage takes you to the Hotel Armentarola, where the ski area of the Alta Badia begins.
The route is 8.5 km long and unfolds through the pristine Dolomite landscape of the The Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park along the rock walls of Mount Cima Scotoni, the Fanis group and the majestic Piz dles Conturines. 

It's a trip on skis in a fairytale world. Along the way you can see magnificent centuries-old stone pines (Pinus cembra), the valley of the Scotoni hut with its grill specialities, the icefalls, the restaurant Capanna Alpina, and to top it off, skiers are pulled through the snow by a horse carriage. 
It is a very varied and scenic slope, gentle and fascinating from the start at an altitude of 2730 m at he top station of the cable car Lagazuoi down to the 1660 m of the bridge Sarè, where you should ski down unhurried and enjoy every panoramic view. 

This slope is also part of the Great War Ski Tour and the Super8 Ski Tour.

There are paying taxi buses from Capanna Alpina or from the Hotel Armentarola to theFalzarego pass    >>>

The Falzarego pass is linked to the other ski areas of Cortina 'Ampezzo by means of a skibus (Dolomitibus Company).
Being part of the ski carousel Dolomiti Superski, Mt. Lagazuoi is connected to the slopes of the adjacent areas and valleys by means of ski buses and a public bus service.

Urban and regional bus services

Please note! buses and/or taxis to Falzarego Pass, the ski buses of Alta Badia  and the horse carriage services are not
included in your ski pass.

The ski pass of the ski area Alta Badia is also valid for the Lagazuoi cable car.