Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino
Winter holidays

Winter holidays in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski resort

The fun of more than four months’ skiing in the Trentino and Bellunese Dolomites

Are you planning to take your next family holiday in beautiful San Pellegrino or Falcade, in the Val di Fassa valley? If not, maybe you should consider it because the region, which adjoins the provinces of Belluno and Bolzano, is paradise for the whole family. Sixty-nine pistes, three snow parks, great children’s facilities - you’re sure to be enchanted by the variety the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region has to offer. What are you waiting for? The Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site is calling you!

To-dos im Winterurlaub im Fassatal, San Pellegrino und Falcade

  • Enjoy five to seven hours’ sunshine on the numerous pistes
  • Feel the adrenaline rush on the “La Volata” ski run’s 50 percent gradient
  • Overcome the obstacles in multi-faceted Sanpe Park
  • Sample Puzzone di Moena mountain cheese in the eponymous village
  • End at least one day with a relaxing spa treatment
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- Alpe Lusia and San Pellegrino - 95 kilometres of delightful pistes

Alpe Lusia and San Pellegrino - 95 kilometres of delightful pistes

Winter holidaymakers feel on top of the world in San Pellegrino, Lusia and Bellamonte, which is hardly surprising, as they are guaranteed endless sporting fun on the resort’s 23 cable cars and lifts, and 69 pistes that total nigh on 100 kilometres. There is everything a skier could want in this varied region, from gently looping family ski runs to demanding steep slopes.

Adrenaline junkies and aerial acrobats are in the right place in Alpe Lusia and San Pellegrino’s three fun parks. There are obstacles to challenge snowboarders and freestylers on every level. By the way, did you know that Snowpark Lusia is one of the loveliest in the Dolomites?

Plenty of choice for children and families in Trentino and Belluno

Even young skiers like skiing down the many blue slopes in the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region. Their first attempts at skiing become huge fun thanks to special, professionally run children’s skiing lessons. The daring not only ski, but fly through the air at the Le Buse fun park, which is perfect for beginners. The littlest holidaymakers are well cared for in the ski kindergartens, whilst mummy and daddy enjoy some time to ski themselves.

Alternatives to skiing in the Dolomites

Winter hikes, ice skating, tobogganing and much more - the many sporting options in the Moena region are impressive. It quickly becomes clear that the Val di Fassa valley, San Pellegrino and Falcade have much more to offer than just the Alpe Lusia and San Pellegrino ski resorts. Cross-country skiers can head for the well-known and popular “Alochet” cross-country ski centre at the San Pellegrino Pass. There are some 50 kilometres of cross-country trails where marathon skiers, night owls and endurance athletes can work up a sweat.

Von klein bis fein – Unterkünfte in Alpe Lusia und San Pellegrino

The region’s charm is reflected in its selection of stylish accommodation, from cosy bed and breakfasts and well-equipped holiday apartments, to luxurious spa hotels - you’re sure to find the right accommodation for you in Alpe Lusia and San Pellegrino. One thing is certain, the renowned Trentino and Bellunese hospitality comes free with every booking!

What are you waiting for? Our welcoming hosts are waiting to respond to your holiday enquiry!

Immer auf einem guten Weg ins Fassatal, nach San Pellegrino und Falcade

With the provinces of Belluno to the east, Bolzano to the north and traversed by the Avisio river, Val di Fassa is popular because of its great location. What’s the best way to get to the Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski region? There are many and Dolomiti Superski will be happy to provide information on the different ways to travel here.

Useful hint: in winter the Fly Ski Shuttle and Dolomiti Ski Shuttle are the convenient way for skiers who have flown here to travel from the airport to their final destinations.