Fassa Valley features no less than 9 ski areas, 80 state-of-the-art ski lifts, and an artificial snowmaking system which covers almost the entire zone. Over 200 km of ski runs link the Fassa Valley to the ski areas in the valleys surrounding the Sella Group and to the 500 km of slopes managed by Dolomiti Superski. Fassa Valley is unforgettable for its splendid panoramas of the most famous peaks in the Dolomites.
Two ski passes allow you to ski everywhere: the Fassa Valley/Carezza pass is accepted on all uphill facilities from Canazei to Costalunga Pass, while the Trevalli pass is valid in the Moena Fiemme Valley area.
For skiers who want to spend the whole day skiing, Fassa Valley offers theme routes touching several legendary peaks: the famous Sellaronda circuit, the Panorama ski tour, the Great War tour, the Three Valleys tour, and even the Tour of Emotions to name a few. You can also ski at night on floodlit ski-runs or enjoy the 50 km of cross-country skiing trails which wind from the valley floor to the 2,000 meters of Ciampac, including round circuits and sections of the Marcialonga trail. Snowboarders will have plenty of fun here too with the half pipes and rails. And families with children can take advantage of a variety of fun parks, playgrounds in the snow, and ski schools.
A winter holiday in Fassa Valley doesn't just mean skiing: explore the mountain huts and refuges, enjoy the local gastronomic specialties, learn about the Ladin culture, and relax at the numerous wellness centers.

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