Pozza di Fassa
An oasis of nature, wellness and sport, in the heart of the Fassa Dolomites
The residential area of Pozza di Fassa - featuring also Pera hamlet - is located in the widest plain of the valley where the Avisio river and the San Nicolò creek meet, and is crowned by the Cima Undici and the Cima Dodici peaks. Pozza is an oasis of wellness and tranquillity, with its Terme Dolomia spring waters gushing out at 1,320 metres from a sulphurous spring featuring skincare properties, which is the only one in the province of Trentino. Restyled ski area of Buffaure is famous for its panoramic view and the tranquillity of its slopes.
The Buffaure ski area boasts long slopes - the longest in Val di Fassa - departing from Buffaure at 2,050 metres and arrive down into the valley. A trip on board the Buffaure cabin lift offers unforgettable views over the Catinaccio, the Latemar and the Sassolungo group. The Panorama Ski Tour leads to the Ciampac ski area in Alba di Canazei that offers the ski enthusiasts over 25 km of slopes kept in perfect snow condition, and the possibility to reach easily the Belvedere ski area in Canazei thanks to the ski bus service.
Quite popular and rather crowded is the downhill run of Aloch at the Val di Fassa Ski Stadium, perfectly lit for night-time skiing: a true snow arena featuring slopes which are ideal for international downhill ski competitions. For cross-country ski enthusiasts, Pozza devotes both access to the Marcialonga circuit, and the Ciancoal rink, a funny alternative to the former, featuring various rhythms and snow guaranteed all the times.