|WINTER OPENING||7th December 2023 (only with suitable snow conditions)|
|WINTER CLOSING||7th April 2024 (only with suitable snow conditions)|
|OPENING HOURS||8.40 am – 4.00 pm|
FOOD AND WINE
- Bar Funivia at Malga Ciapèla, in front of the ticket shop;
- Self-Service Restaurant and Bar at Serauta with a spectacular view of the major Dolomite peaks from panoramic windows.
PLACES TO VISIT (AFTER THE MUSEUM)
- The chapel cave with the statue of the Madonna consacreted by Pope John Paul II located at Punta Rocca;
- The panoramic terrace of the Punta Rocca station;
- The multi-purpose hall available for workshops, conferences, conventions, press conferences and meetings.
Guided visits of the museum can be organized upon request.
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Access the areas outside the lift stations at your own risk. Be aware that the Sacred Monumental Area is closed during the winter season.
The Marmolada funicular lift presents no architectural barriers and all points of interest are accessible for everyone.
From the funicular lift, skiers can access the spectacular skiing carousel of Superski Dolomiti, which offers 1200 km of slopes served by almost 450 lift facilities.
Punta Rocca is the starting point for the historic “La Bellunese” run, with its 12 km in length and 1810 m altitude difference that goes all the way to the valley station from the Malga Ciapèla funicular lift. This is the run where in 1935 was held the famous “Gigantissimo della Marmolada”, the first slalom ski race ever.