Val di Fassa Ski Resort

Val di Fassa is an Italian ski resort that lies in the heart of the eastern Dolomite region. The resort comprises seven traditional towns and villages, all of which are part of the 1,220km that make up the Dolomiti Superski area. Val di Fassa is ideal for intermediates with endless reds and blues on offer to enjoy. The famous Sella Ronda circuit is accessible from Val di Fassa, offering a fantastic ski loop that encompasses some of the best resorts in the area. The resort also has 120km of easier local terrain for beginners and families to enjoy.

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Best For...

  • Hidden gem
  • Intermediate skiers
  • Sella Ronda circuit

Resort Statistics

  • Resort Altitude 1,700m
  • Skiing Altitude 2,500m
  • Total Ski Area 210km
  • Lifts 80
  • Blue Runs 112km
  • Red Runs 72km
  • Black Runs 27km

Ski Accommodation in Val di Fassa, Italy

Our collection of Val di Fassa ski accommodation has been hand-picked by our ski experts. Whether you’re looking for a luxury escape, a boutique hotel or something suitable for the whole family, our experts would be delighted to help you find the perfect accommodation for your ski holiday.

Ski accommodation
Ski Areas in Val di Fassa

Ski Areas in Val di Fassa

Val di Fassa is in the Dolomiti Superski area: not only the largest ski area in Italy, but one of the largest in Europe. With 6 ski areas, 76 ski lifts and 150 slopes, Val di Fassa suits skiers of all abilities. Other ski areas accessible from the resort include Alpe Lusia, Belvedere, Buffaure, Carezza, Catinaccio and Passo San Pellegrino.

Skiing in Val di Fassa

Skiing in Val di Fassa

Offering 200km of snow in the heart of Europe’s largest ski area, you won’t be short of pistes! Val di Fassa is home to some of the most famous ski circuits including the Sella Ronda and the First World War Tour, all looking over beautiful panoramic views of the Dolomites.

The advanced snowmaking system in the resort guarantees high-quality tracks and snow that is compact and uniform. You can even ski under the night sky, with the wide-beam lighting system at Ski Stadium Aloch allowing you to continue skiing into the evening.

Snowboarding in Val di Fassa

Snowboarding in Val di Fassa

Val di Fassa’s eight snowparks cater for all levels and ages. Whether you’re an enthusiastic rookie, a passionate snowboarder or freestyle skier, you are guaranteed fun with a great variety of jumps, rails, boarders and kickers.

Ski Schools

Ski Schools in Val di Fassa

With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.

We’ve partnered with New Generation and Oxygène and highly recommend their services. All of our partners offer fantastic lessons for all ability levels.

Book your ski lessons with our recommended suppliers. If you’re traveling during a peak week be sure to book these well in advance.

Après Ski in Val di Fassa

Après Ski in Val di Fassa

Après Ski Paradìs – stopping here is a ritual for true lovers of après ski with excellent music, drinks and dance. Small but welcoming, a DJ set and entertainment runs for most of the afternoon.

Rosengarten Après Ski – offers a great selection of national wines and craft beers alongside quick dishes and snacks; this is the ideal place for an aperitif or an evening of fun with friends.

Dolomites Geyser – located at the foot of the “Vulcano” ski slope, here you can enjoy an afternoon snack on the large terrace with panoramic views. Fairy lights, a fireplace and cosy furniture give it a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Restaurants in Val di Fassa

Restaurants in Val di Fassa

El Zedron – serves traditional Italian cuisine as well as some classic hearty foods such as hamburgers and chips. Worth a visit just to admire the breathtaking views from its terrace.

La Stua de Jan – open for lunch and dinner, La Stua de Jan specialises in grilled meats and Ladin cuisine.

Rita Stube – in the centre of Canazei – a 15-minute bus journey from Val di Fassa – this à la carte restaurant welcomes guests with flavours from the local area.

Non-Skiers in Val di Fassa


Val di Fassa has many great spa and wellness centres offering classes and treatments to regenerate the body and mind. Two recommended wellness resorts include the Centro Acquatico Dòlaondes and the Aquapark Vidor, which offer full spa facilities as well as fun activities for children.

Additionally, you can travel out to the Gianmario Scolar, an Olympic ice rink in Alba di Canazei, which holds sessions for beginners and advanced ice skaters.

Map of Val di Fassa

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