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One of the most important winter sports centres in the Fassa Valley extends at an altitude of 1,448 m. The tranquil village of Campitello is located in front of the impressive panorama of the majestic Sassolungo (3,184 m) and the Col Rodella (2,485 m) and offers a direct connection to the Sellaronda ski circuit. Unlimited skiing fun is guaranteed!
The cable car at Col Rodella takes you comfortably to an altitude of 2,485 m, from where you can start your day on the slopes relaxed. Thanks to the many sunny days in the idyllic place, you can sit in the sun after enjoying the slopes and enjoy the beautiful landscape.
Cozy cafés lure you in the afternoon for a coffee or a Campari in the sun, the mostly family-run pizzerias spoil you with homemade pizza and pasta.
Campitello – Fassa Valley
The Fassa Valley is located in the south-western part of the Dolomites in Trentino and borders on South Tyrol. The idyllic valley is dominated by some of the most famous peaks in the Dolomites such as the Rosengarten (3,004 m), the Langkofel (3,181 m), the mighty Sella group and the impressive Marmolada glacier (3,342 m).
The small river Avisio meanders through the trilingual valley (German, Italian, Ladin) and along its popular places.
With around 114 km of ski slopes and 59 lifts, it is one of the largest ski areas in the Dolomiti Superski network and also offers a connection to the world-famous Sellaronda.
The Fassa Valley, whose main source of income is tourism today, offers its guests not only the first-class ski area but also a varied range of leisure activities with countless opportunities for sport and relaxation, tradition and culture, hospitality and, of course, good Trentino cuisine.
Campitello, Pozza, Vigo – Val di Fassa-Carezza ski areas
The Val di Fassa-Carezza ski region in Trentino is one of the largest piste areas in the Dolomiti Superski lift network. With 114 kilometers of slopes, fun pistes, deep snow slopes and snow parks, it is a versatile insider tip for children and experts.
1) General information about the Campitello – Val di Fassa – Carezza ski area
- 114 km of slopes and 59 lifts
- Slopes up to 2,625 m
- Awarded “Best Place to Ski”
The Campitello – Val di Fassa – Carezza ski region comprises several ski areas that can be accessed with the same ski pass. These include the Buffaure-Ciampac, Belveder-Col Rodella and Vigo-Ciampedìe ski areas in Val di Fassa and Carezza in Val d’Ega. Lift entrances to these ski areas are in Alba, Canazei, Campitello, Pozza, Vigo and Carezza. The conglomerate of slopes comprises a total of 35 km of blue, 67 km of red and 12 km of black marked runs.
The slopes range from 1,200 to 2,625 m and are therefore snow-sure.
With the exception of the Carezza and Vigo-Ciampedìe ski areas, the ski areas are linked by various gondola connections and have thus grown together into one of the largest ski areas in the Dolomiti Superski lift network. The panorama is dominated by the striking peaks of the Marmolada and Langkofel.
Cross-country skiers will find numerous great trails in the region. 50 km of cross-country trails run through the Fassa Valley alone and connect the towns with a well-kept track.
With altitudes from 1,150 m to 2,150 m, it is one of the ten highest cross-country skiing areas in Trentino. Another 16 km of cross-country trails are located in Carezza directly in front of the magnificent panorama of the rose garden.
The snowiest month in Val di Fassa is March with an average snow depth of 155 cm on the mountain. The snowiest month in the Carezza ski area is also March with an average snow depth of 58 cm on the mountain.
The Val di Fassa enjoys an above-average number of sunny days during the season. According to the tourism association, the sun even shines eight out of ten days. According to statistics, there are an average of 83 sunny days in Carezza. The sunniest month in winter is January with an average of 26 sunny days.
These great values in combination with modern infrastructure and the connecting lifts are reflected in the top criteria of our expert rating. Here the Campitello – Val di Fassa – Carezza ski region receives four stars for the lifts and cable cars and even the maximum number of stars for guaranteed snow. In addition, the region was named “Best place to ski”
2) Val di Fassa-Carezza trail map
3) Skiing in the Campitello – Val di Fassa – Carezza ski area
Anyone who goes skiing in the Fassa Valley has a wide selection of easy to challenging slopes on different ski mountains. Most of the runs are marked in red and are therefore of medium level. In the vicinity of the valley there are also flat practice slopes and children’s areas for the youngsters.
Buffaure-Ciampac ski area
Gondolas run from Alba and Pozza to the Buffaure-Ciampac ski area. The piste highlights here are the deep black runs “Vulcano” and “Ciampac”. There is also a children’s area with a practice lift at an altitude of 2,100 m. A public racetrack at Sasso di Rocca in Ciampac reveals their true speed to high-speed drivers. Freestylers prove themselves in the Dolomiti Park at the mountain station of the Buffaure cable car.
The park is located in the heart of the ski area at an altitude of 2,020 m and offers boardercross, a wallride, several kickers and a big airbag over a length of approx. 475 m.
Night skiing is also possible at the Aloch 3-seater chairlift above Pozza. Twice a week, a 1 km long red slope is floodlit here in the evening. If you want to get back to Pozza on skis, you have to take the black valley run.
Carezza ski area
The Carezza ski area is the ideal family ski area with 40 km of easy runs in the face of Rosengarten and Latemar. Based on the dwarf king of the Marmolada, there is the “King Laurin Kinderland”, where the youngsters can learn their first turns.
The ski school courses are given in German, English and Italian. The Christomannos Snowpark awaits freestylers on the Karer Pass. There are easy to moderate obstacles to choose from over a length of 700 m. A “Family Fun Line” with simple obstacles is integrated especially for families. There is also a small cross-area with kickers for beginners on the Prà di Tori slope.
Belvedere-Col Rodella ski area
The Belvedere-Col Rodella ski area can be reached from Campitello, Canazei and Alba. The predominantly red panoramic slopes offer great views of Val Gardena. At the Pozza-Buffaure cable car is the Buffaure Park, where freestylers can let off steam on two lines with a length of approx. 480 m. Via the runs on Col Rodella and the Sella Pass there is a connection to the slopes of Selva and thus to the famous Sellaronda.
In order to discover all parts of the ski area in Val di Fassa, it is worth taking a round on the “Panorama ski tour”, which leads on 73 kilometers of slopes through the ski areas of Campitello-Col Rodella, Belvedere, Ciampac, Ciampedìe and Buffaure.
One of the most famous freeride spots in the Fassa Valley is on the Pordoi Pass near Canazei. The start is at 2,950 m altitude on the infamous Pordoi-Scharte. Other freeride areas can be found on the Marmolada glacier and in the freeride park on Col Margherita in the San Pellegrino ski area.
The Campitello – Val di Fassa-Carezza ski region is well positioned in terms of infrastructure with its numerous starting points, the practice slopes for beginners, the snow parks and the conveniently located mountain restaurants with some high-quality menus. WLAN hotspots are also available at several lift stations, including in Carezza and Canazei.
4) Expert evaluation
Good snow conditions, fine gastronomy, children’s entertainment and the unique panorama of the Dolomites give the Val di Fassa-Carezza ski region an overall rating of 4.2 stars.
5) Off-piste activities
In the towns in the Fassa Valley, traditional mountain village culture mixes with modern skiing fun. A cozy hut evening is just as possible as a night of partying. Thanks to the numerous huts and umbrella bars in the ski area, winter sports enthusiasts can seamlessly switch to après-ski in the afternoon. A delicious glass of wine can be enjoyed on the sun terrace, but also in the local bars.
In the restaurants and parlors, hungry winter sports enthusiasts can try the regional specialties from pasta to polenta. If you want to party afterwards, you will find various après-ski bars in Canazei.
The active leisure program away from the slopes is extremely diverse. For a round of ice skating with the family there are ice rinks in Pozza, Canazei and Campitello. There are several child-friendly toboggan runs on the practice slopes of the ski resorts near the valley. Night tobogganing is also possible on a floodlit trail above Pozza. Winter and snowshoe hiking on pristine paths is possible from all locations.
Some of the routes are only a few kilometers long and easy to do with the whole family.
For relaxation and wellness, several thermal baths and spas offer their therapeutic baths and treatments, such as the “Therme Dolomia” and the “QC Therme Dolomiti” in Pozza or the “Aquarena” in Canazei.
6) Locations in the Campitello – Val di Fassa-Carezza ski area
The Fassa Valley is an approximately 20 km long natural idyll, which is framed by the magnificent panorama of the Dolomite peaks such as Marmolada, Rosengarten and Latemar. Access to the ski areas is possible from several locations:
The Ladin village of Vigo di Fassa is located at an altitude of 1,382 m on a sunny alpine terrace in the center of the Fassa Valley. A gondola takes you from the village to the ski area on the Ciampedìe plateau.
Vigo’s neighboring town of Pozza is located at an altitude of 1,325 m in the heart of the valley and is connected to the Buffaure ski area via a gondola. Two large thermal baths in the village offer various wellness offers and thermal baths.
Campitello is at 1,450 m at the foot of the Duron valley and the Col Rodella. It is considered to be the first tourist center in the valley, which is particularly attractive thanks to the piste connection to the Sellaronda.
Campitello’s neighboring municipality of Canazei at 1,465 m above sea level is another tourist center of the valley. Ladin culture is very lively here and Ladin is still spoken today. Direct access to the Ciampac and Belvedere ski areas is possible from the village. One of the districts of Canazei is Alba, where there is also a lift access to the Belvedere ski area.
Carezza (Eng. Karersee) is actually on the edge of the Eggental, the entrance to the Fassatal. The village at 1,600 m above sea level is dominated by the great mountain scenery of Rosengarten and Latemar and offers lift access to the Carezza family ski area. From Vigo to Carezza it is around 20 minutes by car.
7) Arrival in the Campitello – Val di Fassa – Carezza ski area
The journey to the Dolomite villages around the Rosengarten and the Sella Group is easily possible by car. From Germany you take the A7 through the Allgäu, past Innsbruck and over the Brenner motorway. After Bozen, Strada 241 leads to Carezza. From there it is about 10 km to Vigo and another 10 km to Campitello. Important: When traveling in the Dolomites, car travelers should always have snow chains with them.
The nearest train station is in Bolzano, around 30 km from Carezza and 40 km from Canazei. Regular buses run from Bolzano to the Fassa Valley. There is also a direct train connection to Canazei via the Auer train station. The nearest airports are Innsbruck (approx. 155 km) and Venice (approx. 175 km).
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