Val Di Fassa ski resort
Val di Fassa lies in the heart of the Eastern
Dolomites, surrounded by Roda di Vael,
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 and Cima Dodici, and the slopes
of the Monzoni chain.
Skiing in Val di Fassa means you can ski in a different area every day according to your inclination and skill. Several ski tours cater for the more advanced skier, including the Sellaronda or Tour of the Four Passes, the evocative “Tour of the First World War”, the Tour of the Three Valleys and the Skitour Panorama.
The choice of ski areas suitable for families with children is ample and includes, in particular, San Pellegrino, Catinaccio, Buffaure and Ciampac. Val di Fassa also offers its' guests over 50 kilometers of cross-country trails, (70 if the Marcialonga trail is included), subdivided into rings and tracks of various lengths and difficulty.
Moena - the capital of Val di Fassa
An ancient medieval mountain town located at the entrance to the Fassa Valley, between the Dolomite mountain chains of Sassolungo, Catinaccio, Latemar and Monzoni, and at the point where the S. Pellegrino River joins the Avisio. Today Moena is one of the most appreciated tourist sites in Trentino, located near practical and popular ski complexes: Tre Valli (Alpe Lusia – Passo San Pellegrino - Falcade), Obereggen/Latemar, Catinaccio, Vigo di Fassa, Pozza di Fassa, Sella Ronda. Moena is included in the vast circuit of the " Dolomiti Superski" and of the "Ski Trevalli Area". In the Fassa Valley you can move from village to village and reach a different ski-area very easily, without taking your car.
You can use the ski bus for free, all day every day and move easily without needing to find a car park. The cross-country skiing here is ideal thanks to the facilities in the valley and the panoramic tracks at the highest elevations. Part of the fame of Moena is due to its celebrated cross-country ski competition, the "Marcialonga.”
The after-ski activity is rich in entertainment, both by day and by night: ice skating tracks, horse-drawn sleds, curling, sledding, sauna, cinema, bars, pizzerias, restaurants and discotheque.
Vigo di Fassa and Pozza di Fassa
A small, sunny and panoramic village in the middle of Fassa Valley between Canazei and Moena. Vigo di Fassa is the ideal starting point for an unforgettable ski-holiday in the winter. It is located at the foot of Catinaccio/Rosengarten very close to the Ciampedie and Carezza Ski-areas. The Skitour "Panorama Buffaure-Ciampac" is connected with Sella Ronda and starts from Pozza di Fassa – only 2,5 km from Vigo. Pozza di Fassa and the hamlet of Pera, is situated in the widest point of the valley, where Rio S. Nicolò merges with the Avisio river. The village rests in a wide and sunny hollow dominated by the Cima Undici and Dodici peaks.
A small, charming and very quiet village located at the foot of the imposing Sassolungo and next to the Col Rodella ski facilities. In winter Col Rodella offers various and interesting skiing possibilities. The area is famous for its modern ski-lifts and a very modern snow covering system which guarantees the best skiing results from December until April. Col Rodella connects Campitello with the Sella Ronda circuit. In the centre of the village there are shops, restaurants and apres-ski bars. You can use the ski bus for free to visit the neighboring villages of Fassa Valley – Canazei, Pozza di Fassa, Vigo di Fassa, Moena.
Canazei and Alba di Canazei - with access to SellarondaA very famous and beautiful ski resort situated at the head of the picturesque Fassa Valley, in a strategic position by the Dolomite Passes of Pordoi, Sella and Fedaia. It has direct access to the Sella Ronda by the Belvedere cable car. Sella Ronda is the biggest ski-carousel in Europe. From the neighbouring village of Alba you can reach the ski slopes of Ciampac, and via Alba and Penia to get to Malga Ciapela and the glacier of Marmolada. The very modern ski lifts make the area of Canazei a model resort in the alpine arc.
For the lovers of cross-country skiing there are 50 km of tracks. The resort offers many facilities, including a swimming pool, steam rooms, saunas and skating in nearby Alba. There are numerous shops, restaurants, pubs, apres-ski and piano bars. Canazei represents an ideal match between nature and sport, shows and culture, relaxation and night life, it is a great place for whole family, it offers an excellent holiday for all types of skiers.
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