Passo Rolle, 1980 metres above sea level, connects San Martino di Castrozza with the other valleys in the Dolomites. This mountain pass is home to a small cluster of houses with a few hotels, restaurants, bars and shops at the foot of the magnificent amphitheatre of the Pale di San Martino, the south-western door to the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The area, dominated by the unmistakable outline ofCimon della Pala (3.186 m), is an excellent starting point to set off on walks, hikes and mountain bike outings. Among the most renowned places to visit, not to be missed are the magnificent Val Venegia, theColbricon lakes and the Cristo Pensante (meditating Christ), reached by following the Cristo Pensante trail.
Thanks to the unique view of Cimon della Pala (3186 m) the 15 kilometres of runs at Passo Rolle, completing the ski area offer, provide undoubtedly one of the most scenic skiing environments in the Alps.