Alba di Canazei – Campitello – Canazei – Mazzin – Moena – Pellegrino Pass – Penia in Val di Fassa – Pera in Val di Fassa – Pozza in Val di Fassa – Soraga di Fassa – Vigo di Fassa
Val di Fassa lies at the foot of the unique Dolomite mountains, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to their incomparable beauty. The valley, home to the villages of Alba, Campitello, Canazei, Mazzin, Moena, Penia, Pera, Pozz, Soraga and Vigo, offers a wide range of attractive holiday options for winter sport enthusiasts and active holidaymakers, as well as for nature lovers and those seeking peace and quiet.
210 km of perfectly groomed slopes await at the heart of the famous Sellaronda, surrounded by an incredible mountain landscape; all accessible via state-of-the-art ski lifts. In addition, skiers and snowboarders can burn off energy in 6 snow parks and enjoy a sense of total freedom when jumping and freeriding. Val di Fassa has also become a true ski paradise for families, thanks to the many ski schools and the well-known ‘Kinderland’ in Canazei.
Those wanting to discover the untouched side of nature, can enjoy peace and tranquillity on a snowshoe hike through snow-covered meadows and woodland, or make unforgettable memories on a skiing tour into the heart of the Dolomites.
Cross-country enthusiasts can test their skills on the trail of champions, the 70 km long Marcialonga as well as discover the beauty of the surrounding area on the numerous other cross-country trails in the valley.
In the summer months, Val di Fassa is a popular holiday destination for hikers, mountain bikers and climbers. The activities on offer range from leisurely hikes and mountain bike tours in the high mountains to challenging climbs on the imposing peaks of the Dolomites. Surrounded by an overwhelming mountain panorama, it is an experience not to be forgotten in a hurry.
In addition, lots of sporting and cultural events in the villages of the valley will help make any holiday in Val di Fassa unforgettable.