At the core of Fassa Valley nestled in amongst the Italian Dolomites is Val di Fassa. The valley flows over about 20 km and is surrounded by some of the Dolomites’ most renowned peaks.

The area integrates the villages and towns of Pozza di Fassa, Mazzin, Campitello and Canazei.

The towns are very charming with lots of shops, cafes and pizzerias and there is a large system of paths and walks. Tourism has become the primary industry of the resort so there is a large element of tradition and culture along with the genuine hospitality and welcome of local residents.

Val Di Fassa is a top ski destination that combines a valley of unique beauty, wonderful scenery, and the natural magnificence of the Italian alps, together with slopes and terrain which is set to impress even the most capable expert.

The area is part of the Superski Dolomiti range which is the biggest ski area in the world with over 1200km of slopes all on the same ski pass and all fully lift linked. The ski area includes the famous high speed World Cup run to tempt those who wish to test their expertise and flaunt their skills.

With fabulous skiing, delicious local food, spectacular views and plenty of après ski options this is a destination that offers something for everyone and has everything you need for a great school trip.



The area of Superski Dolomiti and the Val Di Fassa resort opens up limitless opportunities for all levels and expertise of skiers. Lifts are extremely frequent and guarantee a rapid and reliable transfer up to the highest altitude and around the slopes.

The famous Sella Ronda, the most recognized ski route of the Dolomites is based here, which is a course for all skiers. It is 40km long, with lifts throughout and a circuit that runs either clockwise or counter clockwise around the mountains. All the ski villages have beginner slopes, but the best are based in Canazei where they can discover some superb nursery slopes. The smooth blue runs are wide and well-groomed and situated in a quiet environment suitable for learning.

With extensive red runs throughout, the area is especially suited to intermediate skiers. There is plenty of opportunity to practice and progress on the challenging yet restrained slopes. For experienced skiers there are plenty of advanced black slopes where they can face some challenging runs and test their expertise on the more adventurous routes.

In Val Di Fassa the ski slopes always in pristine conditions due to the high quality snowmaking system. The resort also has a vast number of off piste opportunities when conditions are permitting. Not only is this destination excellent for skiers but snowboarders will be well entertained with the four snow parks available all fully equipped with jumps, rails, boarders and kickers.





  • Resort Height: 2500m
  • No. of Lifts: 58
  • No. of Trails: 74
  • Easy Runs: 30
  • Medium Runs: 41


  • Difficult Runs: 3
  • Skiable Area: 120km
  • Longest Run: 9km
  • Snow Making: Yes
  • Lift Pass: Trevalli


  • Night Skiing
  • Sledging
  • Open Air Ice-Skating


  • Professional Hockey Tournaments
  • Museums