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Val di Fassa

Val di Fassa, Italy

Snowmaking machines: 350
Resort height: 2950m
Highest lift: 2950 m
No. of lifts: 58
Snowboard parks: Yes
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The beautiful broad sunny Val di Fassa is one of the treasures of the spectacular Dolomites area of north-east Italy. Arguably the most beautiful mountain range in Europe, the pink and orange hues of the craggy peaks change colour from daybreak to twilight. We feature the main villages of the valley, Canazei, Campitello and Pozza.

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Featured Accommodation

Property: Traviata Resort: Val di Fassa
Type: Catered Chalet Rating: ISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star rating Sleeps: 22 / 24
· 3 minutes' walk to ski bus stop · Belvedere gondola approx. 10 minutes' walk · Very high standard chalet · All rooms with en suite facilities · Lounge · Wholesome ... more

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Skiing & Boarding In Val di Fassa

Beginners Novices at Canazei can start on the village slope before taking the Belvedere gondola to the wide, undulating runs at Pecol. Campitello has one beginners' run at village level and at the top of the Col Rodella cable car several blue runs. Intermediates From Canazei and Campitello there is direct access to the famous Sella Ronda. This 26kms route encircles the Sella Massif and can be used to ski the extensive areas of Arabba, Corvara, Colfosco and Val Gardena. Advanced The main challenge for experts will be to put as much mileage as possible under their skis. Try the run under the cable car at Alba or the Men's Downhill runs in Val Gardena and La Villa. The north facing slopes at nearby Arabba provide some of the most challenging skiing in the Dolomites. Snowboarding This is a huge area offering some superb, varied terrain. After cruising the famous Sella Ronda you can head for the snowboard park above Canazei in the Belvedere area.

Après-ski In Val di Fassa

Good choice of cafés, pizzerias and restaurants, most at extremely reasonable prices · Pizzas from approx. €5 · 3-course dinners from approx. €16 · In Canazei the Kaiserstube, Pizzeria Italia, La Stalla, El Pael or El Cervena.

Val di Fassa Webcam

Thanks to the marvel of the internet you can now see conditions in the resort yourself using the webcam below. This webcam is provided courtesy of dolomitiwebcam.
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