Coronavirus / Covid-19 Measures
- Masks mandatory in all lifts and ski buses
- Visitor management in waiting areas (keep your distance)
- Lift tickets available online
- Masks mandatory at restaurants, ski rental and shops
- No Après Ski
- Daily disinfection measures
The Ski Resort
Val di Fassa ski resort is distributed along seven villages. Val di Fassa is surrounded by the Dolomites gorgeous and breathtaking landscape. The ski resorts are Ciampac-Buffaure, Belvedere-Col Rodella-Passo Pordoi, Vigo di Fassa-Catinaccio, San Pellegrino, Alpe Lusia, Karerpass, and Passo Fedaia-Marmolada.
The region attracts with its 207 kilometers of finest slopes, provided by 77 lift facilities. Val di Fassa highlight is Sella Ronda: four interconnected passes around the Sella massif. A ski bus service runs between the region´s resorts. Beginners and advanced skiers will experience an extraordinary delight in Val di Fassa. About 20 kilometers of black slopes stir the experts´ blood.
Cross-country skiers will love the region´s cross-country ski trails. In every single ski resort there are plenty of services: ski rental, skiing schools, indoor swimming pools, Après-Ski, ice rinks, fun parks, SPA centres, etc.
- Offering 129 miles of slopes and terrain, Val di Fassa is among the 3 largest Ski Resorts in Italy.
- Val di Fassa is among the 3 best rated Ski Resorts in Trentino.
- It is among the 3 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Trentino.
- Elevated between 3937 ft and 8655 ft, the Ski Resort is among the 5 highest elevated Ski Resorts in Trentino. The vertical drop from summit to base is 4718 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Italy is 2710 ft. Most runs are therefore relatively long.
- Snow coverage is usually best during January, offering an average snow depth of 72 " at summit elevation and 14 " at the base.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
On Mountain Dining
Huts on slopes are the best you can wish for: on splendid terraces on sunny days, in a cozy inside atmosphere on more cloudy days, you can stop by the typical huts spending you time with your friends and family, tasting yummy typical dishes.
From Belvedere (Canazei) to Lusia and San Pellegrino (Moena), the are countless must-ski runs: each ski area offers amazing slopes. The "Diego" slope on Belvedere, the slope from Ciampac to Alba, the "5 Dita" slope on Col Rodella, "Vulcano" on Buffaure, return slope of Ciampedie to Vigo, the descent from Lusia to Moena, "La VolatA" on San Pellegrino Pass...take a chance and try them all!
The ski stadium "Alloch" in Meida (Pozza di Fassa) is enlighted at night, 1 km long and with 330 m of altitude gap. It is the ideal place for professional training and international competitions. In fact, it hosted the Junior Ski World Championships in February, 2019.
Val di Fassa does not mean only skiing and snowboarding: snowshoes, winter hikes, events and entertainment, relax and much more.
The new Dolandoes center in Canazei (swimmingpool and wellness too) and the QC Terme Dolomiti SPA centre in Pozza enrich the winter offer of the valley allowing sport addicted and relax lovers to have a wonderful holiday.
Après-Ski and Nightlife
Apres ski and pubs are located in the villages of the valley and also on the slopes. Here fun starts in the early afternoon, stopping by the various spots on the slopes, where live music and dj sets are positioned. Once the slopes are closed, fun continues down in the valley. Apres ski are already open from early afternoon and close only when the moon is high in the sky. Discos and pubs are open till late night, offering music and endless fun.
Dining and Restaurants
The seven villages of the valley offer the best of the local cuisine with typical dishes, but also with the unique Italian dishes, with a local twist. You can choose among hundreds of restaurants and pizzerias, traditional farmhouses, elegant locations and even two michelin-starred restaurants!
Infrastructure & Rental
Close to the lifts and in each village, rentals and infrastructures are at your disposal: ski, snowboard, equipment and everything you would need, can be found here, you just have to get ready and enjoy your day on the slopes or along the winter tracks.
Main access points to Val di Fassa, coming from the A22 Brennero motorway:
Ora/Egna exit, S.S. 48 delle Dolomiti - Passo San Lugano - Val di Fiemme - Val di Fassa (distance 45 km). At the roundabout in Moena, follow the direction of Canazei upwards;
Bolzano Nord exit, S.S. 241 Grande Strada delle Dolomiti - Passo Carezza - Val di Fassa (distance 40 km). From Vigo, follow the direction of Canazei upwards or the direction of Soraga and Moena downwards.
Other access routes to Val di Fassa:
from the A27 (Venezia motorway), Belluno/Ponte nelle Alpi exit, then take the S.S. 203 to Agordo and the S.P. 346 to Passo San Pellegrino - Moena (Val di Fassa). At the roundabout in Moena, follow the direction of Canazei upwards;
from the A27 (Venezia motorway), Belluno/Ponte nelle Alpi exit, then take the S.S. 203 to Agordo/Alleghe/Rocca Pietore first and the S.P. 641 to Passo Fedaia - Canazei;
coming from Arabba, take the S.S. 48 Passo Pordoi - Canazei;
coming from Val Gardena, take the S.S. 242 Passo Sella - Canazei.
For further information please visit: http://www.fassa.com/EN/How-to-get-here/ .