Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino


Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region



Moena (1184 m) is one of the most beautiful tourist resorts in the Val di Fassa, and it marks the perfect border with the nearby Val di Fiemme. It’s a lovely, very evocative village which stands out for the timeless elegance of the carefully preserved historical architecture in its centre. It’s no coincidence that Moena is referred to as the “Fairy of the Dolomites”. World class hotel accommodations feature a wide range of services. Furthermore, numerous events offer visitors options for an even more active holiday, including cultural initiatives, musical evenings and culinary events.

The ski facilities and fantastic scenic views in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino resort are just a few minutes away by car or ski bus.

Passo San Pellegrino

Passo San Pellegrino (1918 m) is a wide Alpine pass located halfway between Moena and Falcade, a true winter sports and snow paradise. At this ski resort everything is within reach thanks to modern hotel facilities and convenient car parks with direct access to the lifts. The slopes are suited to everyone, from beginners to great skiing champions, and there is a well-equipped play park for kids.

The cross-country ski loop at the Centro Fondo Alochet is very popular, with tracks immersed in the splendour of the forests, and the SanPe Snowpark for freeski lovers and snowboarders.


Falcade (1100 m) is a charming village in the Belluno Dolomites that lies in the splendid Valle del Biois. It represents the Venetian side of the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino Ski Area, the arrival point for the famous lovers’ slope that boasts a long tradition as a tourist destination suited to families and children. A major attraction here is the cross country facility called Centro Fondo Pietro Scola, which winds around the well-known Piana di Falcade and is also set up for night skiing.

There is a lot to do besides skiing, like ice skating, snow mobile rides and snow-tubing. Art lovers should definitely visit the museum of the late local sculptor, Augusto Murer.

Soraga di Fassa

Soraga (1210 m) is considered one of the oldest settlements in the Val di Fassa and throughout the years it has renewed itself and grown into a beautiful location that maintains its peculiarly typical Ladino quality.  The village is located on the slopes of the Monzoni. This is a kingdom of tranquillity and relaxation, where a growing number of enthusiasts can take fantastic snowshoe walks.

Nordic skiers will find plenty of tracks behind the hotels, while Alpine skiers can take a short bus ride for easy access to the nearby slopes at Alpe Lusia and Passo San Pellegrino.   


Bellamontehamlet of Predazzo, was considered “the mount of hay” of Val di Fiemme. Nowadays it is a renowned resort thanks to both the typical mountain huts at the foot of the mountain chain of Lagorai, and for the breathtaking sunsets that inflame the marvellous mountains Pale di San Martino. One of the right places to visit in Bellamonte is the incredible collection of tools and objects that farmers used to use in the past – the ancient hut hosting Granpa Gustavo's Museum
The ski lifts Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia caress the borders of the Natural Park Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino, famous for the forests of spruces, the “resonance tree” used to manufacture the soundboards of musical instruments.

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- Through Val di Fassa, San Pellegrino and Falcade on skis – with the sun at your back

Through Val di Fassa, San Pellegrino and Falcade on skis – with the sun at your back

23 lifts and 69 ski runs add up to almost 100 kilometres of unadulterated slope-bound fun! It is no wonder that many winter holidaymakers choose the magnificent Val di Fassa, San Pellegrino and Falcade – from newbies to old hands. Previous visitors often return; with good reason! What makes the Trentino and Belluno ski region of Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino so special and unique? One thing is certain: it is not just the impressive mountain landscape of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site!

A region full of winter sports possibilities! That’s what you can look forward to in the Italian Val di Fassa valley, San Pellegrino and Falcade. Get to know the ski resort surrounding the towns of Moena, Falcade, Lusia Alm mountain hut, and San Pellegrino Pass. While there, why not pay an active visit to the neighbouring Val di Fiemme valley! Who knows: maybe you’ll be one of the many holidaymakers returning to the Italian province again and again.

The picturesque ski resort of Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino

Charming mountain villages with unspoilt charm, combined with the impressive and unrivalled mountain panorama: what more could a holidaymaker ask for? Did you know that Moena is known as the good fairy of the Dolomites, and is extremely popular? Explore this area yourself, along with the many other friendly communities. Sports, relaxation and the Dolomites – sounds like the perfect choice for a holiday in Italy!

The sun skis along with you in Val di Fassa, Falcade and San Pellegrino! The valley enjoys a full five to seven hours of sunshine daily! During that time, Gruppo del Focobon, Cime dell’Auta, Pale di San Martino, Col Margherita, Creste di Costabella are bathed in light and the panorama of the surrounding pinnacles offers unforgettable moments of happiness!

Winter sports paradise in Trentino & Belluno

Blue, red and black: the most important colours for skiers and snowboarders! The sporting menu in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region includes 25 blue and 30 red slopes. Four black slopes in each of the two ski resorts inspire experienced skiers and snowboarders to perform to the best of their ability.

That’s child’s play! Luckily enough – after all, we want the very young skiers to enjoy their holiday in Italy just as much as their parents. Either on the training slopes, in timed races with friends or on the simple snowboard cross slope. We strive to offer child-friendly fun and plenty of action!

Want even more fun? Maybe a trip to one of the three snow parks is just right for you! The supervised free riding route also offers an alternative to normal ski runs. What else is there? Night skiing, tobogganing, snowtubing … There are plenty of adventure activities.

Pass, pass, hurray – ski pass offers in Val di Fassa, San Pellegrino and Falcade

Today, the Alpe Lusia and San Pellegrino ski resorts; tomorrow, the world! Well, maybe not quite, but at least the world’s largest skiing network, Dolomiti Superski. And that is something, don’t you think? Choose from a range of ski passes: for one day, multiple days or the entire season? You know better than anyone else how much time you want to spend on skis.

All a matter of time! And your own sporting ambition! Anyone looking for a wide range of challenges may not be satisfied with the 95 kilometres of slopes in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region. And they don’t have to be! The Valle Silver and Dolomiti Superski ski passes let you get even more from your winter holiday, simply and straightforward: up to 1,200 kilometres of slopes to be precise!

Mountain huts with enchanting moments to savour

The welcoming hosts at many mountain huts serve delicious meals in the Venetian-Trentine tradition! From rustic to chic, traditional or modern – the regional delicacies taste even better in the unique atmosphere. The fantastic mountain panorama on the mountain huts’ sun terraces plays a major part in this. You can look forward to more than culinary pleasure, that much is certain!

Ready for a taste sensation? The huts’ chefs prepare the typical regional dishes with an extra helping of love. Simple but delicious is the motto. Besides the dishes, the views are particularly tasty and make the huts the perfect place to stop for refreshments in the Alpe Lusia and San Pellegrino ski resorts.

Can’t-miss attractions in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region

The steep one, the famous one and the one for special occasions. Learn more about the three slopes, or read about what makes the ski resorts special.

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Can’t-miss attractions in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region

The steep one, the famous one and the one for special occasions. Learn more about the three slopes, or read about what makes the ski resorts special.


Putting yourself to the test where great ski champions venture. The Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski area offers a series of black slopes where technique and adrenaline are the order of the day. Last winter, the La VolatA (San Pellegrino Pass) black ski slope – 2,400 m long, with a 630 m difference in altitude and steep walls with an almost 50% gradient - hosted the Italian alpine skiing elite, including national team skiers Brignone, Bassino, Goggia and Pirovano. The Canalone Tomba, at Alpe Lusia, was the training ground of the great champion Alberto Tomba. The Piavac ski slope, among the steepest and most impressive in the Dolomites, is renowned for their two initial steep walls and it's just as adrenaline-pumping. 

La Volata

Standing at the start, with your ski goggles already on your nose, the wind whistles past your ears. The only way is straight down! You get a nervous feeling in your stomach and know it’s nearly time to go. Just a few seconds separate you from your challenging ski run, which reaches an incline of up to 50 per cent. Want to experience this feeling? The new La Volata slope on Col Margherita promises an amazing adrenalin rush!

By the way: it has just served as the venue for the FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships in February 2019. Have you got that World Cup feeling during your break?


InAlto dominates Col Margherita, an incredible natural terrace at 2514m above sea level, straddling the regions of Trentino and Veneto in the San Pellegrino Ski Area. During a day on the slopes or in high summer, its location next to the cable car's upper terminal provides unspoilt peaks and the perfect spot for lunch, an aperitif or a snack with amazing views. The mountain cabin, with expansive panoramic windows, commands a prospect of the main peaks of the Dolomites, their beauty and geomorphology making them a Unesco World Heritage site since 2009. From InAlto, you can feast your eyes on spectacular scenery, from the southern face of the Marmolada to Mount Pelmo, from the majestic Civetta to the Pale di San Martino mountain group.

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