The Ski Arees in Val di Fassa

The Val di Fassa – Carezza zone offers skiers 57 lifts for a total of 200 km of ski runs.

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 57 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).


In winter Canazei is the main ski resort of the area; a privileged point of departure for any kind of skiers. Canazei is in the forefront of winter sports and of all the other activities and disciplines connected with it … more


Ski resort of primary tourist interest, Moena is also called “The Fairy of the Dolomites”. It lies at 1184mt and is the most densely populated village of the whole Val di Fassa. At only five minutes from the centre of the village, on the street leading to the Passo S.Pellegrino and to Falcade, we find, served by handy busses, the Alpe Lusia. A very modern Ski Area, which gives the possibility to ski on 8 ski runs provided with brand-new ski lifts … more

Col Rodella

The Ski-Area Col Rodella can be easily reached from Campitello with the big modern cableway, which leaves from the Sports Centre (loc. Ischia). In winter, from Col Rodella you can choose the various ski resorts offered by the Col Rodella ‘carousel’ and reach the Ski-Area Belvedere with the ski run Col Rodella-Lupo Bianco … more


Ciampedie is a panoramic view over the Val di Fassa and over the Dolomites. From its 2000mt of height, from the Catinaccio chain, also known as Rosengarten, “the garden of roses” and from its extraordinary Vajolet Towers it is possible to observe Sassolungo, Sella, Marmolada, Sasso Vernale, the ridge of Costabella, Buffaure, Monzoni and Vallacia, and in the distance the Latemar chain of the Pale and of Lagorai. Its name means, “field of God” … more

Aloch – Buffaure

In Pozza di Fassa, right in the middle of the Superski Dolomiti, the Ski-Area Buffaure has been newly reopened and will be soon easily connected with the Ski-Area Ciampac and with the Sellaronda. It lies in the heart of the Val di Fassa with the ski carousel, the school-fields and the beautiful dolomitic scenario, and enjoys a fine view over the Monzoni, Vajolet, over the Sella chain and Marmolada … more


In Alba you will find the downhill station of the cableway CIAMPAC, which from 1500m, with hourly capacity of 850 people, will lead you to the 2160m of the uphill station. 360° of unique beauty: Marmolada, Sassolungo and the Sella Chain. Service Ciampac … more


Going up from Vigo di Fassa towards the Costalunga Pass (direction of Bolzano) will take you to the Carezza ski area in 10 minutes. The lifts are on the pass itself. Other lifts are located along the road to Nova Levante and the Nigra Pass. Worthy of note is the modern Paolina lift, which crosses the golf course and from which it is possible to see totally unique views, with a splendid panorama that includes the Catinaccio mountain chain to the north and the Latemar group of mountains to the east … more


Marmolada, with its 3343 metres, is the highest mountain in the Dolomites. Its northern side is covered with the widest glacier of the whole dolomitic chain. Thanks to its stateliness and to its extraordinary beauty it is called the Queen of the Dolomites … more

Sass Pordoi

Sass Pordoi is not a Ski Area, but going up in the cable car to an altitude of 3,000 m is an experience you will remember for the rest of your days. By no means do we exaggerate when we say that Sass Pordoi offers one of the most spectacular panoramas in the Alps … more