A white blanket covering everything in quiet stillness. Peaks sparkle in the sunlight while the aroma of delicious food wafts from the snow-covered houses, smoke curling from their chimneys. Winter here is truly enchanting. This cosy little patch surrounded by the Dolomites is heaven on Earth for winter sports lovers. Amazing slopes, snowparks and challenging ski routes are just what visitors look forward to.
Winter holiday surrounded by tradition and nature
Val di Fassa is a traditional Ladin Alpine town close to the mountain peaks. Our tips:
- Follow in the footsteps of ski champions.
- Sample traditional Ladin delicacies.
- Experience the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Give your kids an experience they’ll never forget in Lusialand.
The Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski resort is part of Dolomiti Superski, the world’s biggest ski resort. It boasts 100 km of expertly prepared ski slopes and 23 high-efficiency lifts. With lots of different slopes on offer, there’s something to match every skill level. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you’ll love rushing down the dizzying slope of VolatA, or playing in Sanpe Snowpark.
There’s no better way to end a day out and about on your skis than settling down at the table in a mountain hut to enjoy the view of the Dolomites as you go over the slopes you explored before. There’s plenty more for you to enjoy in Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino, though. How about digging in to the flavours of Trentino cuisine, or trying a Veneto delicacy? In the local huts you can choose both and much, much more.