Let alone the stunning panoramic view of the Sella Group (3.151 m/10338 ft) and the Langkofel (3.181 m/10436.4 ft) is worth the trip to the community of Gröden. But also the slopes have a lot to offer for experienced skiers. With more than 100 kilometers of piste (62 mi) marked as red and nearly 20 kilometers (12 mi) marked as black there is a wide selection of expert terrain and numerous possibilities to have an exciting day on the slopes. Some of the slopes marked as red would probably be marked blue in some other ski resorts. That is why Gröden has some really challenging pistes to offer that make up for this small deviation. Some of the slopes worth mentioning would be the legendary Saslong as a classic of the Ski World Cup or the dreamy run along the Seceda with a length of ten kilometers (6.2 mi). The big advantage is the so-called “Dolomiti Superski Pass” with which you can participate in the famous “Sella Ronda”, a ski circuit around the Sella group. For a small additional fee the pass allows you to not only ski in Gröden-Seiser Alm but also the nearby ski resorts Arabba/Marmolada, Val di Fassa-Carezza and Alta Badia. In total you would have access to 1.200 kilometers of piste! The category “Advanced” scores a well-deserved 10 points!