Q&A for your Next Trip to Marmolada

In the last few months, due to CoVid-19, many aspects of our everyday-life have changed: the way we work, we live, we shop and, most of all, the way we travel. Here on Marmolada, we opened the cable on July, 4th and we look forward to welcoming you again, obviously respecting the rules and guaranteeing you the maximum security. Maybe, holydays are not your priority at the moment, but in case you need to breathe again some fresh mountain air, we will answer to your frequently asked questions here below, so that you can organise your trip to Marmolada in total security.
This is totally untrue. The cable car opened its doors on July, 4th for the Summer season. Obviously, there are some changes, as they happened in our everyday life in the last three months, but we will do anything to make your experience unforgettable, anyway.
We are adopting all the necessary measures to guarantee you a safe transport to the top, even adjusting, if necessary, the capacity of the cabins. Furthermore, the cabins, the stations and all the other halls are sanitized several times a day, fully respecting the directives of the health authorities.
Extraordinary measures are taken in that sense to guarantee you a totally safe experience, maintaining the right distance to peacefully buy your tickets and board on the cabin.
Yes, sure. Besides the cable car, from the 4th July also the Museum of the Great War (Museo Marmolada Grande Guerra 3000 m) opened its doors. The entrance is always be free, but we will ask you to maintain the security distance. In case of a huge influx of people, we could foresee a temporary maximum quota of the entries and this could generate a waiting-time for visiting the museum. Anyway, we will do our best to promptly give you all the info to live in the best way possible your visit to the museum and to Marmolada.
At the moment, we don’t offer this kind of service. However, in Summer it’s unusual to find a queue at the ticket office. Anyway, we will do anything to guarantee you the necessary distance during the operation of the purchase of the ticket.
Marmolada and the whole territory of Rocca Pietore are a mountain destination, with many open spaces where you can have trekking, climbing and where you can deeply breathe in the green of woods. First aid posts, hospitals and healthcare services can be found in the nearby cities of Agordo (32 km) and Belluno (60 km), these are guaranteeing the maximum protection of health of the guests of our destination. Furthermore, all the accommodations, as well as all the lifts, are adopting exceptional sanitizing measures to guarantee full health security in the total respect of the directives of the health authorities.

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