Val di Fiemme offers a wide range of choices for winter Dolomite lovers.
New to the Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia ski area: for the safety of children there is a new cable car with low-impact on panoramic views (Castelli-Morea) that replaces the 3 seater chairlifts. It operates on the ski slopes and the Fraina toboggan run (1.9 km). The cable cars seat 10 and can also carry strollers and dogs.
Are you a fan of downhill skiing or snowboarding?
- 110 km of slopes, 120 masters, 50 modern ski lifts.
- 5 ski areas: Alpe Cermis, Latemar Ski Center, Alpe Lusia, Passo Rolle and Oclini - Lavazé.
- Sella Ronda, the fantastic circular ski route leading round the mighty Sella massif and offering 26 km of downhill trails in a single day.
- Free ski bus to reach the facilities.
- And still night skiing at Cermis or at Latemar with a romantic diner in a mountain lodge!
Do you prefer cross-country skiing?
- 150 km of slopes between forests and breathtaking scenery in the Dolomite Valley which has hosted three FIS Nordic World Ski Championships (1991, 2003, 2013) This valley is recognized as the cradle of cross-country skiing in Italy.
- Free courses for beginners.
- Lago di Tesero Cross Country Stadium, Passo di Lavazé Cross Country Centre, the legendary Marcialonga track. Easily-accessed, the bottom ring of the track passes right in front of our hotel and extends 4km into the spruce forest.
If you want to explore a fairy-tale route by snowshoe you can go to:
- Colbricon Rifugio in Paneveggio Park.
- Malga Iuribello at Passo Rolle.
- Malga Veneggia and the Segantini Baita
- Malga Canvere at Castelir.
(A malga is a mountain chalet, cottage. A baita is mountain lodge, hut. A rifugio is a mountain hut.)