Val di Fassa skiing holidaysSkiing & snowboarding in Val di Fassa
Ski holidays in Val di Fassa - this stunning alpine region is in the Ladin speaking part of the Eastern Dolomites and comprises 7 traditional villages, full of charm and character including the resorts of Canazei, Pozza and Moena.
The local ski area of Val di Fassa / Carezza has a total of 55 lifts and 110km of slopes of which 70km are red, 36km blue / green and 12km black. Further down the main valley brings you to the Tre Valli ski area that connects Moena and San Pellegrino providing 100km of slopes and 26 lifts.
As a year-round destination, Val di Fassa offers outdoor adventures in the summer and snow sports during the winter months. With towering peaks, snow and ice, this stunning Dolomiti valley is the ideal place to relax, have fun and enjoy the mix of cultures and traditions of Italy and Austria.
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The ski area enjoys exceptionally good snowfall from late November to the end of April, with an average of nearly 7m of powder every year. The real surprise is that skiing in Val di Fassa gives direct access to the largest ski system in the world - Dolomiti Superski - with more than 1220km of slopes accessible directly from the village of Canazei, although not all 1220km are lift-linked.
The world famous Sella Ronda - a 24km circular tour of the Gruppo Sella taking in the four Ladin valleys of Val di Fassa, Val Gardena, Val Badia and Arabba, is on your doorstep and suitable for all levels of skier and boarder. With great food and stunning scenery, ski holidays in Val di Fassa or hiking & biking in the summer are ideal for family holidays.
Ski resorts in Val di fassa
Things to see & do in Val di fassa
Val di Fassa offers so much variety in terms of what do see and do for all ages. From day trips to one of the nearby lakes to visting one of the other valleys and areas such as Alta Badia, Cortina and Val Gardena.
From cultural events to places of natural beauty, Val di Fassa and the surrounding valleys are a treasure chest of surprises and waiting to be explored. With towering Dolomiti peaks, countless lakes and not to mention the Ladin culture and heritage, the choice is as wide as gets. However there are a few things that you shouldn’t miss during your stay such as...
Spa & Wellness
Try out the new Dolaondes, Aquapark Vidor in Canazei which is now part of the state of the art spa and wellness centre spanning 2,400sqm. The treatments follow the ancient philosophy of bioclimatology used in Roman Baths and include hamman, hydromassage, frigidarium, tepidarium and Finnish sauna to name a few!
Pozza has just opened a new thermal center called QC Terme Dolomiti. This amazing spa is spread over 4,000sqm on 3 floors and includes swimming pools and sensory pools fed from the sulphurous Aloch thermal spring - the only one in Trentino.
Skiing on the Marmolada is not to be missed - from Arabba it takes around 40 mins skiing to the base cable car and then a further 2 cable cars to get to the top. The best known run is the Bellunese from Punta Rocca at 3300m down to Malga Ciapela, a vertical drop of 1800m and 12km long - truly amazing and stunning scenery all the way.
Also on the Marmolada, you can ski the Great War Tour. Between 1915 and 1918, Austrian and Italian troops fought on and around the Marmolada. They dug ice caves for shelter which can still be visited today.
Our view on Val di fassa
Offering a warm and very friendly stay, the ski resorts in Val di Fassa are excellent value and provide nothing less than the highest quality in service. They are steeped in history and tradition and very welcoming to all guests.
Blessed with stunning mountains, excellent cuisine and the largest ski area in the world on their doorstep, the resorts of Val di Fassa are waiting to be explored.
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