Skiing in Fassa Valley: a dreamworld among the peaks
Have you ever experienced the feeling of walking along snowy paths immersed in total silence, perhaps under the moonlight? Have you ever been moved by a rosy sunset that lights up the snow-capped peaks?
These amazing experiences are exactly why the beautiful Fassa Valley ski resort in Trentino is adored by tourists from all around the world.
Thrilling adventures on the slopes
Its plentiful ski areas are part of Dolomiti Superski, the largest ski area in Italy. In all, this resort nestled between the peaks of Catinaccio, Sella, Sassolungo and Marmolada offers 210 kilometres of ski slopes, 81 ski lifts, 8 snow parks, 50 kilometres for cross-country skiing and even the option to try out night-time skiing. A dream come true in the Dolomites, connected to the Carezza ski area.
Breathtaking views, relaxation and adventure
Whether you are an expert skier or ready to don some skis for the first time, you will find yourself surrounded by picture-perfect landscapes, amid glistening white snow and snow-covered trees. The Fassa Valley is one of the most fascinating natural areas in the Dolomites all year round, with quaint mountain villages to explore.
The largest area belongs to Canazei and Campitello, where you can ski in the Belvedere and Col Rodella areas, part of the Sella Ronda circuit and connected to Val Gardena and Arabba.
If you find yourself in Trentino in the summer, we highly recommend visiting Alba di Canazei, where you can catch the cable car to the Conca del Ciampac wildlife park or join the Ciampac-Buffaure ski carousel, the starting point for various hiking trails.
On the opposite side, in the Fassa Valley, is the municipality of Pozza di Fassa – at an altitude of 1,320 metres and with its illuminated ski slope, this is the perfect place for a spot of night-time skiing.
Close by, you can find the area of Catinaccio and Vigo di Fassa, followed by the Karerpass mountain pass, which is perfect for families. Its 40 kilometres of easy-going slopes are perfect for younger skiers.
The comune of Moena and the Alpe Lusia - San Pellegrino ski area are also nearby and well worth a trip.
This beautiful village in the Dolomites lies on the stunning Lago di Carezza River, also known as Lago delle Favole (Fairytale Lake). As well as skiing, this is a perfect location throughout the year for various sports, from hiking to rock climbing to mountain biking. Or, if you are looking for just a moment’s peace, you can indulge in the peaceful atmosphere of the lake or take in the silence that reigns in the Carezza forest.