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Val di Fassa is located within the Dolomiti Superski Area, north-east Trentino, with slopes above 2500 meters. Skiing and snowboarding can be done throughout the season but also nordic walking, ice hockey, and even night skiing.
Useful Ski Info: There are slopes for all levels, with a couple of really challenging black ones, such as the Portavescovo and the Ciampac. For cozy bars and delicious local restaurants head to the cities of Vigo di Fassa, Canazei, and Moena.
Lifts and Slopes in Val di Fassa: 87 modern lifts and 230 km (142 mi) of slopes. Slopes include 17 blue, 34 red and 4 black.
Expert skiers should try the popular black slopes -Portavescovo and Ciampac. The Christomannos stays open two evenings a week for those who want to ski under the stars!
Ski pass Info: The Dolomiti Superski pass gives you access to 12 different ski areas, with 1220 km (758 mi) of slopes. With the Val di Fassa-Carezza pass you can ski from Canazei to the Costalunga Pass. The TreValli pass gives you access to the Moena ski area, which includes the Alps Lusia, Bellamonte, Passo San Pellegrino and Falcade.
Weather in Val di Fassa: Heavy snowfalls and sunny days alternate perfectly during the winter season. Between December and February temperatures are usually subzero.
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