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When the sun dips below the horizon, Val di Fassa transforms into a lively apres-ski haven. Cozy pubs and restaurants line the cobblestone streets, offering hearty Ladin cuisine and a warm atmosphere to unwind after a day on the slopes. Live music and lively conversations fill the air, creating a convivial ambiance that extends into the night.
Beyond skiing and snowboarding, Val di Fassa offers a diverse range of winter activities to suit every taste. Families can embark on exhilarating snowmobile tours through snow-covered meadows, while adrenaline junkies can test their limits on exhilarating snowshoe hikes. For a more serene experience, glide across frozen lakes on cross-country skis or take a leisurely sleigh ride through the picturesque villages, soaking in the tranquility of the alpine landscape.
Nestled amidst the majestic peaks of the Dolomites, Val di Fassa beckons skiers and snowboarders with its vast expanse of pristine slopes and charming alpine ambiance. The Dolomiti Superski area, encompassing Val di Fassa and neighboring resorts, boasts an impressive 1,220 kilometers of interconnected pistes, catering to all levels of expertise.
Beginners can hone their skills on gentle slopes like the Ciampac and learn the fundamentals in dedicated nursery zones. Intermediate skiers revel in a seemingly endless network of meandering red and blue runs, traversing through forests and offering panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks. Experienced skiers and snowboarders can challenge themselves on the steeper slopes of Col Rodella and Marmolada, or venture into the off-piste powder bowls for an exhilarating adventure.
Season Start / End: 2/12 – 3/4
Opening Times: 08:30 – 16:30
Total Slope Length: Dolomiti Superski 1,220km (Val di Fassa-Carezza 110km)
Easy Runs: (30)
Intermediate Runs: (41)
Difficult Runs: (3)
MOUNTAIN STATION ALTITUDE: 3342m
VALLEY STATION ALTITUDE: 934m
TOTAL SKI LIFTS: 53
CABLE CARS: 6
CHAIR LIFTS: 26
DRAG LIFTS: 9
MAGIC CARPETS: 4