About Val di Fassa

  • Altitude: 1460m
  • Total Lifts: 81
  • Pisted Area: 210km

Val di Fassa lies in the heart of the eastern Dolomites (Unesco World Natural Heritage), surrounded by Roda di Vael and the Catinaccio, the majestic peaks of Sassolungo and the massive bulk of Sella and the Marmolada. The crown is completed in the south by the Valacia subgroup with Cima Undici, Cima Dodici and the slopes of the Monzoni chain. During the winter, Val di Fassa is a real paradise for skiers, with more than 200km of piste and several links with the neighbouring ski areas. Here in the Fassa Dolomites you can tackle the famous Sellaronda, the tour around the imposing massif of the Dolomites, as well as other ski tours like the Alpe Lusia – San Pellegrino Tour, the beautiful Great War Tour, or the ski tour Panorama, from Alba di Canazei to Pozza di Fassa.

Val di Fassa is made up of six beautiful villages: Canazei, Campitello, Mazzin, Sèn Jan di Fassa (which gathers the former villages of Pozza and Vigo), Soraga and Moena.

Across this vast ski region it counts seven different ski areas: Belvedere-Pordoi-Col Rodella-Sella Pass (with access from the villages of Canazei and Campitello), Fedaia-Marmolada (departing from the Fedaia lake), Buffaure-Ciampac (with access from Pozza di Fassa and from Alba di Canazei), Catinaccio – Ciampedìe (from Vigo), Passo Carezza (on Karerpass), all accessible with the Val di Fassa-Carezza pass, as well as Alpe Lusia (from Moena) and San Pellegrino Pass – Falcade (on San Pellegrino Pass, both accessible with the Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino pass too). All the ski resorts are available for Dolomiti Superski and Silver pass holders.

From December to April, modern and state-of-the-art lifts serve kilometres of perfectly snow-covered slopes offering the opportunity to enjoy many pistes and different landscapes. Skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts will find snow parks equipped with rails, borders and jumps (such as the half pipe), as well as opportunities for night skiing. With 99% of the area covered by snowmaking machines, you can be sure that snow quality here will be consistent throughout the season.

This beautiful valley is also fantastic for families; youngsters can spend fantastic days on the snow in the fun parks, highly entertaining playgrounds in the snow. For those that prefer cross country skiing, the valley offers a wide choice of tracks and circuits of varying difficulty, for a total of 50 km, along the prestigious route of the Marcialonga.

This winter, from February 18 to 27, 2019 Val di Fassa will also host the FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships: the strongest skiers aged between 16 and 20 years will take each other on at the ski stadium Aloch in Pozza (for the slalom, giant slalom, team event and Alpine combined competitions) and by the slope La Volata on San Pellegrino Pass (downhill, super giant slalom and Alpine combined competitions).

Nearest airports are Innsbruck (140 km) and Verona (196km).

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Ski Pass Area

Val di Fassa/Carezza, Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino, Dolomiti Superski, Silver

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+39 0462 609500

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