The Bellamonte / Alpe Lusia ski area offers skiing on two sides of the mountain. The Bellamonte side is the main starting point for our groups and the wide gentle slopes are accessed by the new fast Castelir gondola cuts the ascent time from 22 minutes down to 8 minutes – getting you n the snow faster than ever. The sweeping blue runs down the mountain offer a superb teaching environment and our professional ski school will ensure that your pupils develop their skills to the best of their ability (with possible some time spent in the snow cross park). Skiers of all levels will love the best ‘home’ run in the valley – at almost 6km long the run from the top of the Campo Laste chairlift down the Zirmes, Le Fassane & Castelir slopes is a cruisers delight and a great leg burner to finish your day.
The rolling piste of the La Clune run leads you down to the stunning ‘Trolls Café’ a must see for it’s themed basement restaurant.
Take the La Clune lift and head to the Alpe Lusia where you will discover a couple of challenging black runs plus a few testing reds forming a long descent of almost 4km down to the Moena Gondola. You will also find a few relaxing blue runs plus the fun of another ski cross park!
One visit and you too will fall in love with the Beautiful Mountain and discover why so many of our groups put this resort number 1 on their list when they visit the Val di Fiemme.
For lunch no one goes hungry in Bellamonte and the food served at El Zirmo or the Rifugio Bucaneve disappears as fast as it appears including the enormous cart-wheel pizzas! If you are on the Alpe Luisa side the Chalet Valbona offers refined dining and the Agri-Bar a more rustic experience that makes it well worth a visit.
- Resort Height: 2500m
- No. of Lifts: 45
- No. of Trails: 84
- Easy Runs: 49
- Medium Runs: 47
- Difficult Runs: 17
- Skiable Area: 160km
- Longest Run: 7km
- Snow Making: Over 80%
- Lift Pass: Val di Femme, Oberggen, Bellamonte & Passo Rolle
- Pizza Night