Val di Fassa - Val di Fiemme - Val di Non - Valli Giudicarie
Skiing in Fassa on 200 km of slopes amidst marvelous panoramas and state-of-the-art facilities
An area with 9 ski areas, 80 ski lifts, a programmed snowmaking system with complete coverage. Over 200 km of slopes connect the territory of Fassa to the ski areas of the valleys around the Sella group and to the 500 km of DolomitiSuperski. Val di Fassa is unforgettable for its splendid views of the most famous peaks of the Dolomites. Two ski passes allow you to ski anywhere: Val di Fassa / Carezza is valid on all lifts from Canazei to Passo di Costalunga and Trevalli in the Moena - Val di Fiemme area.
For those wishing to spend the whole day on skis, Val di Fassa offers thematic routes among legendary peaks: in addition to the famous Sellaronda, the Panorama skitour, the Great War tour and the Three Valleys tour; or the Emotions tour. But also night skiing, on the splendid illuminated slopes.
Numerous trails for Nordic skiing, in the valley floor and up to 2,000 meters of altitude of Ciampac, with 50 km of slopes, including rings and paths on the Marcialonga track. Snowboarders find half pipes and rails for maximum fun.
Families with children can take advantage of funparks, playgrounds on the snow and ski schools with specialized instructors. In addition to sport, the winter holiday in Val di Fassa offers the opportunity to relax in shelters and huts, taste typical local dishes, learn about the Ladin culture and enjoy the benefits and the spectacle of water in public and hotel wellness centers.
Val di Fiemme
Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing and apres-ski at the highest levels in the Dolomite embrace of Fiemme
Among the most beautiful valleys of the Alps, the majestic gateway to the Dolomites, Val di Fiemme means great skiing. The area is characterized by the double opportunity to practice alpine and Nordic skiing at the highest levels, with state-of-the-art facilities, endless après-ski opportunities and a rich calendar of events in an area of ancient traditions and culture.
The Val di Fiemme-Obereggen ski pass allows you to practice alpine skiing on the snow of Alpe Cermìs, the Ski Center Latemar (Obereggen-Pampeago-Predazzo), Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia, Passo Lavazè-Passo Oclini and Passo Rolle, which they ensure over 100 km of downhill slopes, 50 state-of-the-art ski lifts, artificial snowmaking, equipped snow parks and two toboggan runs. The Ski Center Latemar is the largest and most important pole for alpine skiing, located between the provinces of Trento and Bolzano.
These five ski areas are framed by natural sceneries of unique beauty: Latemar, Sassolungo, Sella, Rosengarten, Cimon della Pala and the Lagorai chain. Val di Fiemme is also synonymous with Nordic skiing, the world specialty championships have in fact chosen this venue several times, with cross-country tracks and rings able to satisfy the most demanding skier.
The cross-country ski centers of Passo Lavanzè and Lago di Tesero are well-known which, with the Marcialonga route and the Bellamonte rings, offer 150 km of slopes. The opportunity to ski at night is also offered.
Val di Non
Descent, cross-country, ski mountaineering, but also snowshoeing and horse-drawn sleighs in Val di Non
There are three ski areas in the Val di Non, which offer fun possibilities for those who love Nordic or Alpine skiing, ski mountaineering and for those who prefer snowboarding. There are also many opportunities to try alternative experiences, such as horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowshoeing, a popular activity in Val di Non. You can skate on the ice of Lake Smeraldo or at the cross-country ice rink.
The area offers slopes for alpine skiing at Passo della Mendola on Monte Roen in the Campi di Golf area; in Ruffrè-Mendola on Monte Nock (in both locations the snow is guaranteed by the programming system) and on the Predaia plateau, at the Ciasaze. The thrill of skiing in the evening can be experienced on the illuminated slopes of Ruffrè and Predaia.
Numerous routes for ski mountaineering, in a splendid natural setting. Nordic skiing is practiced above all at the Cross-country skiing center of the Regole di Malosco, in Sarnonico, continuing on the state road that leads to the Mendola Pass, where the slopes wind through woods and clearings on 10 km of rings at an average altitude of 1350 meters and on the Predaia.
Ideal for families is the Predaia snow park and the Nevelandia al Roen funny park (Passo della Mendola), where you can learn to ski while having fun in a fairytale village, with tobogganing and tubing slopes.
Do not miss the classic Ciaspolada, the highlight of the Epiphany in Val di Non
Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, but also snowshoes, ski mountaineering and ice-climbing in the Giudicarie
The system of valleys that make up the Giudicarie, at the foot of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, is an ideal area to enjoy the winter in a relaxed environment with the good flavors of gastronomic traditions.
For alpine skiing, the reference station is Bolbeno, near Tione in the central area, with its slope and ski lift particularly suitable for learning courses, competitions and training courses. For children there is Bolbenolandia, the winter playground specifically designed for children and the school field. For cross-country skiing, the 5 km of the Raggio di luna slope in Bondo, in the Chiese valley, is open day and night: a 2 km loop is illuminated for evening skiing.
Thanks to the particular orographic conformation, the territory offers itineraries of varying difficulty for ski mountaineering and for walks with snowshoes. The Daone valley, particularly rich in water and with two large artificial lakes, is one of the areas of Trentino richest in frozen waterfalls , which here take on enormous dimensions.
There are more than 130 stupendous crystal walls that are formed in the middle - upper part of the valley and which become a gym and challenge for ice climbing enthusiasts, even in incredible competitions of international level.