in the Val di Fassa in the Dolomiti Superski area
Ski Runs, Lifts, Ski Passes, Promotions and
lots more on Fassa Ski, the official site for the ski areas in
the Val di Fassa
Skiing in the Val di Fassa, in the Dolomites -
the world’s most beautiful mountains - is a unique experience.
Fassaski can guide you round our peaks, pistes and ski lift facilities.
There are seven skiing zones in the Val di Fassa and they are
spread over the Fassa and Carezza ski area. Then there is Moena,
which is part of the Trevalli ski area (Lusia – San Pellegrino
- Falcade). The pistes and lift facilities in the Val di Fassa
are part of the famous Dolomiti Superski area. The Val di Fassa
- Carezza zone offers skiers 60 lifts for a total of 200 km of
ski runs; then there is the Trevalli ski area, which offers a
further 26 lift facilities and 100 km of ski runs. The runs cover
every level of difficulty - black, red and blue – and all
have artificial snow should natural snow be lacking. There are
also direct ski links to other valleys, such as Val Gardena, Val
Badia and Arabba, meaning that there is also easy access to the
Sella Ronda circuit (from the towns of Campitello and Canazei).
The runs cover every level of difficulty - black,
red and blue – and all have artificial snow should natural
snow be lacking. There are also direct ski links to other valleys,
such as Val Gardena, Val Badia and Arabba, meaning that there
is also easy access to the Sella Ronda circuit (from the towns
of Campitello and Canazei).
The completly list of Ski Aree in Fassavalley
- Ski Area Belvedere
di Fassa - SKi Area Col Rodella
di Fassa - Ski Area Buffaure - Aloch
di Fassa - Ski Area Catinaccio
- Ski Area Trevalli
di Canazei - Ski Area Ciampac
di Canazei - Ski Area Marmolada
Costalunga - Ski Area Carezza
The Fassa Valley is the
pearl of Trentino and Dolomiti
Network deals with every aspect of the Fassa Valley
with information, news, photographs, reports and more besides.
This is all integrated with additional features from our main
Booking is available for hotels and other types of
accommodation. It lists hotels, apartments, residential hotels,
garnì (bed and breakfast apartments) and refuges, offering
visitors a vast choice of accommodation from Canazei to Moena.
It is also possible to contact hotels directly, thanks to the
"Info Section" and to make use of the many special offers
and last minute deals. Dolomiti
Webcam brings together all pictures of the Val di Fassa
in real time, thanks to various web cams located throughout the
Meteo deals with the weather in the Val di Fassa; observations
and trends are updated every day and new photos of the weather
situation in the Val di Fassa are added every week. It also contains
news, links, weather maps and above all, a weather station that
is on line 24 hours a day. A weather and mountain forum has also
been added at the address: www.forumeteo.com.
Forum is our forum about the Fassa Valley, where we
talk about excursions, experiences, skiing, tourism, news, history
and culture, and where all visitors
Gallery is a site filled with photographs that give
you a selection of wide-scale views of the Val di Fassa. Dolomiti
Sport is not merely a site to show the valley's available
sports; it carefully follows all sporting events, from the Marcialonga
to the Dolomiti Skyrace. Dolomiti
Tourist closely follows all the many cultural events
that - especially in the summer - are held in the valley.
The most beautiful pictures of one of the snowiest winters in recent years in Val di Fassa.
Dolomites - UNESCO heritage
From 27th june 2009
the Dolomites join the World Heritage Site. UNESCO has defined the mountains and everything that surrounds a world heritage to be saved and preserved..
The peaks of the Val di Fassa identified are the Latemar, the group Catinaccio-Rosengarten and the Marmolada. The criteria on which UNESCO has used are the natural beauty (and the fact that the Dolomites are considered among the most 'attractive mountain scenery in the world') and its geological and geomorphological due to centuries of glaciation, erosion and tectonic movements.