Val di Fassa / Carezza

2,518 m a.s.l.
1,320 m a.s.l.
21:00
8.316
56%2mm/h
22-22.2km/h
easy
23 km
intermediate
85 km
advanced
10 km

The legendary Val Di Fassa valley is located in the very center of the Dolomites. The main resort comprises the areas of Sella Ronda - Belvedere and Col Rodella. The connection to the nearby Ciampac is an attraction for the more demanding skiers. The whole resort is completed by the nearby Carezza. Skiers have a total of about 230 kilometers of slopes at their disposal, with varying degrees of difficulty. The routes are served by over 120 lifts. Everything is available within one Dolomiti Superski ski pass.

Slopes between Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.) and Ciampac (2100 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
Slopes between Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.) and Ciampac (2100 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa

Weather

7/12/2024
7/13/2024
18:00
11.3
19
20.9km/h
19:00
10.3
18
59%1mm/h
24.1km/h
20:00
9.1
16.8
56%1mm/h
25.9km/h
21:00
8.3
16
56%2mm/h
22km/h
22:00
7.2
15
55%2.1mm/h
11.1km/h
23:00
7.1
14.9
54%2.1mm/h
9.3km/h
00:00
7
14.8
51%0.9mm/h
11.1km/h
01:00
6.8
14.6
50%0.9mm/h
11.1km/h
02:00
6.9
14.7
50%0.9mm/h
11.1km/h
03:00
6.6
14.4
46%1.1mm/h
13km/h
04:00
6.4
14.2
41%0.9mm/h
13km/h
05:00
6.1
13.9
33%0mm/h
11.1km/h
06:00
6
13.8
25%0mm/h
11.1km/h
07:00
6.1
13.9
19%0mm/h
9.3km/h
08:00
6.4
14.2
14%0mm/h
9.3km/h
09:00
7.3
15.1
11%0mm/h
11.1km/h
10:00
8.2
16
8%0mm/h
13km/h
11:00
8.5
16.3
6%0mm/h
13km/h
12:00
9.7
17.5
4%0mm/h
14.8km/h
13:00
10.7
18.5
3%0mm/h
14.8km/h
14:00
10.9
18.7
3%0mm/h
16.7km/h
15:00
11.3
19.1
3%0mm/h
16.7km/h
16:00
11.2
19
5%0mm/h
16.7km/h
17:00
10.9
18.7
13%0mm/h
16.7km/h
Source: DWD

Resort map

Lifts

Id.NameSki areaLengthCapacityLift type
141Campitello-Col RodellaCampitello2,472 m1,100 p/haerial tramway (ATW)
154Ciavazes-GrohmannCampitello00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
161Col de LinCampitello00T-bar/J-bar lift
153Norei Cinque DitaCampitello00T-bar/J-bar lift
155Pradel/RodellaCampitello2,450 m2,000 p/hgondola lift (MGD)
152Rodella-Des AlpesCampitello00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
151Salei-RodellaCampitello00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
156Sciovia GabiaCampitello00T-bar/J-bar lift
55Sasso LevanteCampitello00T-bar/J-bar lift
162AvisioCanazei00T-bar/J-bar lift
108BelvedereCanazei00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
101Canazei-PecolCanazei1,367 m2,400 p/hgondola lift (MGD)
123GonzagaCanazei00T-bar/J-bar lift
106KristianiaCanazei00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
124LezuoCanazei00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
102Pecol-Col RossiCanazei1,308 m1,100 p/haerial tramway (ATW)
105Pian Frataces-GherdeciaCanazei00gondola lift (MGD)
125SaleteiCanazei00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
107Sass BecèCanazei00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
103Sass PordoiCanazei1,487 m465 p/haerial tramway (ATW)
104TEL.AGG.AUT. TOE'Canazei00gondola lift (MGD)
126Vauz - Pordoi (Fodom)Canazei00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
131Alba-CiampacAlba, Ciampac00aerial tramway (ATW)
133Delle BaiteAlba, Ciampac00T-bar/J-bar lift
137Orsa Maggiore (carenata)Alba, Ciampac00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
136RosealAlba, Ciampac00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
134Sasso di RoccaAlba, Ciampac00T-bar/J-bar lift
132Sella BrunecAlba, Ciampac00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
204Baby BuffaurePozza00T-bar/J-bar lift
202BuffaurePozza00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
206Col de ValvacinPozza00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
207Pala del GeigerPozza00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
221Pera FrainePozza00T-bar/J-bar lift
205Pozza-AlochPozza00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
201Pozza-BuffaurePozza00gondola lift (MGD)
223P.Peccei/Pra MartinVigo00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
215Pian Peccei-CiampedieVigo00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
212Scuola CiampedièVigo00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
217Vajolet 1Vigo00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
218Vajolet 2Vigo00chairlift (CLF, CLD)
211Vigo CiampedieVigo00aerial tramway (ATW)

Resort gallery

Slopes between Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.) and Ciampac (2100 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
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Slopes between Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.) and Ciampac (2100 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
Sasso di Rocca ski lift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Sasso di Rocca ski lift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Sasso di Rocca, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Sasso di Rocca, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Orsa Maggiore chairlift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Orsa Maggiore chairlift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Roseal-Giumela chairlift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Roseal-Giumela chairlift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Val Contrin
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Val Contrin
Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Sella Brunech (2428 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Ciampac, Val di Fassa
The Dolomites, Val di Fassa
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The Dolomites, Val di Fassa
Marmolada (3343 m a.s.l.) and her south-eastern face
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Marmolada (3343 m a.s.l.) and her south-eastern face
Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Val di Fassa and the town of Canazei
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Val di Fassa and the town of Canazei
Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Col Rodella (2485 m n.p.m.) on the right and slopes beneath, Val di Fassa
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Col Rodella (2485 m n.p.m.) on the right and slopes beneath, Val di Fassa
Slopes down to Pian Frataces and Belvedere in the background, Val di Fassa
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Slopes down to Pian Frataces and Belvedere in the background, Val di Fassa
Sklopes beneath Col Rodella and Sassolungo, Val di Fassa
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Sklopes beneath Col Rodella and Sassolungo, Val di Fassa
Sella mountain range and same named pass beneath, Val di Fassa
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Sella mountain range and same named pass beneath, Val di Fassa
Col Rodella and slopes to Pian Frataces and Passo Sella seen from Sasso Piatto, Val di Fassa
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Col Rodella and slopes to Pian Frataces and Passo Sella seen from Sasso Piatto, Val di Fassa
Sassolungo (Langkofel) refuge and its cable car closed in the winter time, Val di Fassa
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Sassolungo (Langkofel) refuge and its cable car closed in the winter time, Val di Fassa
Sassolungo (Langkofel) and Sasso Piatto (Plattkofel), Val di Fassa
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Sassolungo (Langkofel) and Sasso Piatto (Plattkofel), Val di Fassa
Slopes down to Pian Frataces and Belvedere in the background, Val di Fassa
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Slopes down to Pian Frataces and Belvedere in the background, Val di Fassa
The majestic peaks of Sassolungo (Langkofel) towering over the Val di Fassa resort
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The majestic peaks of Sassolungo (Langkofel) towering over the Val di Fassa resort
The new Alba-Belvedere funifor cable car, Val di Fassa
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The new Alba-Belvedere funifor cable car, Val di Fassa
Belvedere (2423 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
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Belvedere (2423 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
Belvedere (2423 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
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Belvedere (2423 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
The new Alba-Belvedere funifor cable car, Val di Fassa
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The new Alba-Belvedere funifor cable car, Val di Fassa
Sass Becè chairlift, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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Sass Becè chairlift, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
The actual Fassa valley (Val di Fassa)
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The actual Fassa valley (Val di Fassa)
Sunset over Val di Fassa
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Sunset over Val di Fassa
Sunset over Sella mountain range, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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Sunset over Sella mountain range, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
Sunset over Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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Sunset over Belvedere, Val di Fassa
The day is ending, Sasso Levante, Val di Fassa
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The day is ending, Sasso Levante, Val di Fassa
Sassolungo (Langkofel), Val di Fassa
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Sassolungo (Langkofel), Val di Fassa
Col Rodella (2485 m n.p.m.) on the right and slopes beneath, Val di Fassa
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Col Rodella (2485 m n.p.m.) on the right and slopes beneath, Val di Fassa
New gondola lift to Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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New gondola lift to Ciampac, Val di Fassa
New gondola lift to Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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New gondola lift to Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Ascending to Ciampac from the town of Alba, Val di Fassa
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Ascending to Ciampac from the town of Alba, Val di Fassa
Early morning, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Early morning, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Early morning, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Early morning, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Orsa Maggiore chairlift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Orsa Maggiore chairlift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Col de Valvacin (2354 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Col de Valvacin (2354 m a.s.l.), Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Slope from Col de Valvacin to Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Slope from Col de Valvacin to Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Col de Valvacin chairlift, Val di Fassa
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Col de Valvacin chairlift, Val di Fassa
Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Col de Valvacin chairlift, Val di Fassa
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Col de Valvacin chairlift, Val di Fassa
Slope from Col de Valvacin to Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Slope from Col de Valvacin to Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Col de Valvacin slopes, Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Col de Valvacin slopes, Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Col de Valvacin slopes, Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Col de Valvacin slopes, Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Col de Valvacin slopes, Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Col de Valvacin slopes, Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Alba-Ciampac gondola lift mountain station, Val di Fassa
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Alba-Ciampac gondola lift mountain station, Val di Fassa
Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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Belvedere, Val di Fassa
Fodom gondola lift connect Val di Fassa and Arabba resorts
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Fodom gondola lift connect Val di Fassa and Arabba resorts
Val di Fassa spans across two Italian regions
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Val di Fassa spans across two Italian regions
Non-skiing extra: cable car to Sass Pordoi (2950 m a.s.l.)
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Non-skiing extra: cable car to Sass Pordoi (2950 m a.s.l.)
Impressive view of Val di Fassa from Sass Pordoi
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Impressive view of Val di Fassa from Sass Pordoi
Sass Pordoi mountain station
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Sass Pordoi mountain station
So this is the rooftop of the Sella range, Sass Pordoi
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So this is the rooftop of the Sella range, Sass Pordoi
It's high time to go back skiing, Sass Pordoi
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It's high time to go back skiing, Sass Pordoi
Sass Pordoi aerial tramway interior
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Sass Pordoi aerial tramway interior
Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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Belvedere, Val di Fassa
Comfy cabins of the Fodom gondola lift, Val di Fassa
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Comfy cabins of the Fodom gondola lift, Val di Fassa
Valley run to Canazei, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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Valley run to Canazei, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
Piste linking Belvedere with Pian Frataces, Val di Fassa
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Piste linking Belvedere with Pian Frataces, Val di Fassa
Passo Sella - where Val di Fassa gets connected with Val Gardena
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Passo Sella - where Val di Fassa gets connected with Val Gardena
Never tired of Sassolungo (Langkofel)
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Never tired of Sassolungo (Langkofel)
Sklopes beneath Col Rodella and Sassolungo, Val di Fassa
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Sklopes beneath Col Rodella and Sassolungo, Val di Fassa
We can call it a day. Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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We can call it a day. Belvedere, Val di Fassa
Kristiania - in 2021 replaced with a brand new sixpack chairlift, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
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Kristiania - in 2021 replaced with a brand new sixpack chairlift, Belvedere, Val di Fassa
The majestic peaks of Sassolungo (Langkofel) towering over the Val di Fassa resort
© 2019 Paweł Gabryelewicz
The majestic peaks of Sassolungo (Langkofel) towering over the Val di Fassa resort
Sasso di Rocca ski lift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
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Sasso di Rocca ski lift, Ciampac, Val di Fassa
Slope from Col de Valvacin to Buffaure, Val di Fassa
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Slope from Col de Valvacin to Buffaure, Val di Fassa
Col Rodella aerial tramway, Val di Fassa
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Col Rodella aerial tramway, Val di Fassa
Alba-Ciampac gondola lift and black pistes along it, Val di Fassa
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Alba-Ciampac gondola lift and black pistes along it, Val di Fassa
The view from Col Rodella (2485 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa
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The view from Col Rodella (2485 m a.s.l.), Val di Fassa

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