An hour from Cortina, an hour and a half from Venice.
From the south (Pianura Padana, Venezia, A27 motorway): Val di Zoldo can be reached by taking the A27 motorway. Going out to Pian de Vedoia, proceeding towards Cortina, up to the height of Longarone, where you must turn left (towards the west). Then you go up the state road 251 of Val di Zoldo and Val Cellina, reaching after about 30 minutes Val di Zoldo. The first town you will meet is Forno, after further 10 km you can reach Pecol.
From the east (Cortina and Cadore): Val di Zoldo can be reached from Passo Cibiana, which connects Cadore with the Val di Zoldo territory. Going along Passo Cibiana, from Val di Zoldo Cortina is reachable in about one hour by road.
From the west (Agordo): Val di Zoldo is connected to the territories of Agordo and Valle Agordina through Passo Duran.
From the north (Arabba, Alleghe, Selva di Cadore): access to the Val di Zoldo takes place through Passo Staulanza, which connects the Zoldano territories with those of Alleghe, Selva di Cadore, Colle Santa Lucia and others of the Alto Agordino.
To check the opening of roads, visit the Veneto Strade webpage and contact them.
The nearest international airports are Treviso Antonio Canova Airport (103 km) and Venice Marco Polo Airport (114 km).
On the train:
The nearest railway station is Longarone - Zoldo, which is about 20 km from Forno and about 30 km from Pecol. The Ponte nelle Alpi - Polpet and Belluno stations are also recommended to avoid the many changes. From these stations, if you want to use public transport, you need to take the Dolomitibus company bus.
For information on trains, visit the Trenitalia website: www.trenitalia.com.
Zoldobus is a low cost NCC taxi service to any destination.
The trip can be booked calling the following number: 0039 348 6700786 (rates agreed with the Municipal Administration).
The most frequent connection services are:
• Venice and Treviso airports
• Longarone railway stations, Ponte nelle Alpi, Belluno
In Winter, it can provide a ski bus service to the slopes and in Summer a shuttle bus to Malga Pramper, inside the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park.
It is recommended to book for small groups of people.
Dolomiti Ski Shuttle
Transfer service to / from the airports of Venice, Treviso, Bergamo, Verona, Milano Linate. For information, click here.
The buses operating in the Province of Belluno belong to the Dolomitibus transport company. The main line that interests the Val di Zoldo is line 25 (Belluno - Pecol), operative in Summer, and in Winter with some reduction.
Interesting in Val di Zoldo, the lines 40 Zoppè di Cadore - Forno, and 10_E (attention: only in Summer) Venezia piazzale Roma - Caprile.
We recommend you before your travel to consult the following website: www.dolomitibus.it.
Cortina Express is a private line that also operates in the Province of Belluno, although it does not directly involve Val di Zoldo. Information about the lines at the following website: www.cortinaexpress.it.
The Val di Zoldo is one of the Ski Civetta ski resorts. Thank to the connections between the different area, if snow allows, you can reach the Val di Zoldo on skis or with the ski lifts from Alleghe and Selva di Cadore.
An alternative just for walkers. The wide variety of mountain paths that connect the Dolomite valleys allows (?) you to cross the boundaries of the local administrations and reach different ones. For example, the Civetta traverse provides the connection between Val di Zoldo and Agordino while the route round the Pelmo passes through Cadore, Agordino and Val di Zoldo.
In addition, Val di Zoldo is one of the areas crossed by the “Alta Via No. 1” from Lake Braies to Belluno and by “Alta Via No.3” also called “the passage of the chamois” from Villabassa to Longarone.
And finally ... on foot!
An alternative just for walkers. The wide variety of mountain paths that connect the Dolomite valleys allows you to cross the boundaries of the local administrations and reach different ones. For example, the Civetta traverse provides the connection between Val di Zoldo and Agordino while the route round the Pelmo passes through Cadore, Agordino and the Val di Zoldo.
In addition, the Val di Zoldo is one of the areas crossed by the “Alta Via No. 1” from Lake Braies to Belluno and by “Alta Via No.3” also called “the passage of the chamois” from Villabassa to Longarone.