Val di Fassa

You can not claim to know the Alps if you have not been at least once in their life where the Trentino Alto Adige and Veneto wedged between . A land where the mountain is unrivaled for its majesty , grandeur and sporting opportunities , so that it has become the destination for lovers of skiing and more.

The valley is nestled in one of the most beautiful mountain panorama of the Italian . It is surrounded by the Dolomites , with its peaks of incomparable beauty . These included the Sella Group , Sassolungo, Catinaccio and Latemar . And the Marmolada glacier , the Queen of the Dolomites , who reigns over all , and from which the stream Avisio.

The valley includes seven municipalities:

  • Canazei/Cianacèi,
  • Campitello/Ciampedèl,
  • Mazzin,
  • Pozza di Fassa/Poza,
  • Vigo di Fassa/Vich,
  • Soraga,
  • Moena.


Val di Fassa in winter

The winter sports paradise is here


Val di Fassa is rightly considered a paradise for winter sports.

In fact there are opportunities to engage in sports such as alpine and Nordic skiing , ice-skate , play hockey or slip on the soft slopes, as well as being rocked on a horse-drawn sleigh .

About Alpine skiing and snowboarding , the valley offers as many as 8 ski areas , one of the most beautiful other, as well as the famous SellaRonda, the giro dei 4 passi , connecting Selva di Val Gardena, Canazei, Arabba and Corvara.

In addition to these disciplines, the whole valley is available to those who enjoy cross-country skiing, which finds its expression here in the "Marcialonga", the famous international event with the track from Moena, Canazei and then down to the left of Avisio . A ring is located in Pian Trevisan, another to Ciampac.

Summer skiing from June to September on the Marmolada.

For more information on the price of the ski pass, the facilities and opening hours, the ski schools, offers and promotions please visit the website of A.P.T. Val di Fassa.