Val di Fiemme
Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, international sporting events and loads of fun on the snow
Among the most beautiful valleys in the Alpine area, the majestic gate to the Dolomites, Val di Fiemme is the embodiment of great skiing. You can practise Alpine skiing and Nordic skiing at the highest levels, with state-of-the-art facilities, countless après-ski opportunities and a calendar full with international sporting events.
The Val di Fiemme-Obereggen skipass will allow you to go Alpine skiing on the snowy slopes of Alpe Cermìs, of the Ski Center Latemar (Obereggen-Pampeago-Predazzo), of Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia, of Passo Lavazè-Passo Oclini and of Passo Rolle. That’s a 100km of guaranteed downhill slopes, 50 last-generation lift installations, artificially induced snow, well-equipped snow parks and two sledging slopes.
The Ski Center Latemar is the flagship for the most important Alpine skiing; it is located between the provinces of Trento and Bolzano and naturally enclosed by uniquely stunning mountains: the Latemar, the Rosengarten, the Cimon della Pala (Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Sassolungo, the Sella Mountain massif and the Lagorai chain. The skipass will also grant you free access to the public swimming pool in Predazzo, to the Ice Stadium in Cavalese, to the open air skating slope in Tesero and to the nighttime skiing and sledging opportunities in Obereggen.
Val di Fiemme stands for Nordic skiing; the world championships in these specialities have been repeatedly held on the trails in Val di Fiemme, with cross-country skiing circuits to satisfy even the most demanding skier. Famous are the Centri del fondo (Cross-Country Ski centres) of Passo Lavazè and Lago di Tesero which, together with the Marcialonga track and the Bellamonte circuits, come to offer 150km of slopes.
After a long day on the slopes, Val di Fiemme offers countless après ski opportunities on the slopes or entertainment downtown. Don’t forgo a meal in a mountain lodge based on delicious traditional recipes or even in a characteristic high altitude mountain hut.