The Val di Fassa is a vast mountain area, located at the border of Trentino and Veneto, to the south of the giant region – Sella Ronda. The valley of the Val di Fassa with its length of 20 km is surrounded by beautiful peaks of the Dolomites: Sella, Marmolada, Catinaccio and Sassolunga. The Val di Fassa is the only valley in Trentino with the Ladin heart. The Ladins are an ethnic minority that keeps defending proudly its cultural, linguistic and gastronomic roots. From any town in the valley (in total they are seven: Moena, Soraga, Vigo, Pozza, Mazzin, Campitello and Canazei) you can follow an exclusive ski and snowboard itinerary every day.
There are different slopes of all kinds of difficulty with the length of 200 km served with 60 modern ski lifts. Slopes are mainly red and blue, so they are good for intermediate skiers and beginners. The Dolomiti Superski ski pass allows skiing down the famous Sella Ronda and in the neighboring ski areas. With pistes above 2500 metres, skiing and snowboarding is ensured with good snow throughout the season. Come to the Val di Fassa and enjoy several days ski safari without ever repeating the route.
There are several big and small airports within two hours drive to the Val di Fassa, so ski weekends and snowboard breaks are perfectly feasible.
The nearest airports to the Val di Fassa are:
Transfer timing depends on weather conditions and traffic tention. This is estimated timing spent en route but it may vary depending on roads availability and weather.
The nearest train stations are in Trento, Bolzano and Ora. Proceed by a scheduled bus to Predacco and then by taxi to the final destination.
Main access points to the valley are coming from the A22, Brennero motorway: