SERRAI DI SOTTOGUDA ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOLLOWING THE DAMAGES BY THE VAIA STORM IN OCTOBER 2018.
A natural canyon created by the erosion of the ice and of the Pettorina torrent flow, a fascinating and unique display of nature: these are the Serrai di Sottoguda.
A path of about 2 km dominated by imposing rocky walls over a hundred meters high, which until the first half of the 1960s was the only way of communication between Sottoguda and Malga Ciapela.
In both senses the show is guaranteed, there are many elements that’ll capture your attention: the Franzei waterfall, the small Sant’Antonio church and the statue of the Madonna located in a natural cave.
In summer, the Serrai represent the ideal setting for peaceful family excursions, to reach the Ombretta Valley and the Franzedaz Valley directly from Sottoguda without moving the car or to reach the departure of the Marmolada – Move to the Top cable car.
In winter they are the perfect place for ice climbing lovers. Enclosed by immense rock walls that fall overhanging, this canyon is the most renowned and famous ice gym in the Dolomites, with its frozen walls and waterfalls it offers unique emotions to this sport lovers as well as breathtaking views to all guests.
In the event of adverse weather conditions during the winter season, the authorities may issue the order for the temporary closure of the Serrai di Sottoguda for safety reasons. For all information on this, contact the Sottoguda tourist office.
Visit the official website: www.serraipark.it