Val di Fassa is presented as a set of nine ski resorts linked together. From Moena to Canazei the Dolomites of Val di Fassa are places surrounded by beautiful mountains like the Latemar, Marmolada, Rosengarten, Sassolungo and the Sella group to the north. In total there are over 86 ski lifts for a total of 220 kilometres of slopes.
The area of the Three Valleys, in the area of Moena, and more precisely on the Alps of Lusia, offers 40 kilometres of trails and 8 lifts including a Baby Club for the youngest guests. Halfway between Moena and Falcade, ther’s the ski area of Passo San Pellegrino. Linked by ski bus from Moena, here are 11 lifts including a cableway, and 60 kilometres of trails. The cableway "Col Margherita" starts at 1.918 meters high and share rises to 2.513 meters and connects the area of Falcade. This last resort area, on the edge between the province of Belluno and Trentino, is situated at an altitude of 2.000 meters and is served by 7 lifts, three of these relate directly to the Passo San Pellegrino.
The ski area Aloch Buffaure is located near Pozza di Fassa and offers easy slopes up to medium difficulty. Here you will find 12 lifts for 25 kilometres of trails. The cable car starts from the town and reaches the Buffaure and then offers 4 other lifts and the opportunity to reach the summit of Saddle Brunech to 2.428 meters. This fascinating track "Orsa Maggiore" link this site to the zone of Buffaure. Through the ski tours "Panorama" you can reach the location of the Sella Ronda. From Saddle Brunech a black track continues through the portion of Ciampac to go down to the town of Alba.
Just close to Alba di Canazei is the ski area of Ciampac. This is a huge snow-covered valley reached by a cable car that goes up from 1500 to an altitude of 2.160 meters. Here are 6 lifts and about 15 kilometres of tracks, a few ones for beginners. What is most interested in this area is the views of the surrounding peaks of the Dolomites. Here you can see the Latemar, the Rosengarten, Sassolungo and the group of Monzoni.
The Marmolada ski area is located near the village of Canazei. the first chairlift, which has led from Fedaia to Pian dei Fiacconi, was built in the early fifties, it was a time of great challenges in the giant slalom and racing that took place in these places. From the Village you can also reach the Marmolada glacier or come close to the ski areas of Pordoi pass or Col Rondella.
Sass Pordoi is not a ski area, but the cable car that reaches the top at 2.950 meters, offers an unforgettable and absolute view. At the foot of the ski area of the Passo Pordoi are several slopes of medium difficulty. The area is connected to the town Belvedere and Pecol, with a gradient ranging from 1.900 to 2.400 meters.
The Belvedere ski area offers a wide variety of tracks and even ski schools for children. Overall the area of Valle di Fassa offers about 100 ski instructors for all winter disciplines. The Belvedere is the unique snow park in the district with dedicated paths.
The area of the Col Rondella is easily accessible via cable car from the village of Campitello. From here you can reach the ski area via the track Belvedere Col Rondella Lupo Bianco (White Wolf). It is also possible, within minutes, reach the plants that leading out of the Val di Fassa from the Passo Sella to Val Gardena and the carousel of the Sella Ronda.
A spectacular Area for the views it offers is that of the Rosengarten. From here it is accessed from Vigo di Fassa, via cable car, or from Pera, by the chairlift. The name of the area is Ciampedie and it is located at 2.000 meters altitude at the foot of the "Rosengarten", or Rose Garden, and from here you can also admire the Sassolungo, Sella and Marmolada, just opposite is the Buffaure and Monzon. There are 13 kilometres of slopes and special attention is given to family fun. Right here is a large Baby Park and a ski school.
Over Val di Fassa, from the village of Vigo you can reach the Carezza ski area at the foot of the Rosengarten. At the very top of the pass there are the lifts. Here at Carezza tracks are numerous, they are even 40, and of medium and easy difficulty. The ski lifts are 16.
For those who love cross-country skiing, in Val di Fassa there are about 48 kilometres of trails. Divided into rings of varying length and difficulty, the common denominator of these paths is the spectacle offered by the surrounding mountains. Famous here is the path that leads to Canazei Marcialonga via Predazzo and suit along the Val di Fassa.