As child-friendly as it is challenging, the wonderfully diverse Val di Fassa/Carezza ski resort in the Dolomiti Superski region offers an unbeatable variety of winter experiences. Bordered by the Rosengarten massif and the Latemar mountain range, it enjoyed a prolonged spell as a favourite holiday destination of prominent visitors including Empress Elisabeth of Austria and Winston Churchill. Visitors are able to explore 40 kilometres of thrilling slopes before relaxing with a hot bombardino eggnog and a delicious Kaiserschmarren shredded pancake as they take in the view of the sun-kissed mountains. It’s a truly unique and unforgettable winter wonderland!
12 cable cars and lifts take you up as high as 2,337 metres and offer stunning views down into the neighbouring Val di Fassa ski resort. After making your ascent, you can choose from the full range of slopes: 55 per cent of the slopes at Val di Fassa/Carezza are grade blue, making them ideal for beginners, juniors and laid-back skiing. Category red slopes account for 30 per cent of the resort and pose much more of an all-round challenge. And 15 per cent is given over to the black slopes that are perfect for daredevils and expert skiers.
If that already sounds too good to be true, we’re not done yet! Read on to find out just how much more the Val di Fassa/Carezza ski resort has to offer.
Located in the Eggental valley within the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site, the Val di Fassa/Carezza ski resort quite simply has something for everyone. And the wide variety of slopes to suit all abilities make this the ideal place for enjoying a well-earned skiing holiday with the whole family.
This resort also ensures optimum slope conditions throughout the season with its arsenal of 200 snow guns. And any freestylers or thrill-seeking snowboarders in your group will love Carezza Snow Park, which features the latest medium kicker lines, easy boxes and special obstacles. Get out there and show what you can do!
Younger skiers are free to enjoy the cutting-edge ski school and the ski kindergarten, which features both a magic carpet and a mythical obstacle course. King Laurin and Princess Simhilde are on hand to tell a series of exciting tales at a total of six stations along the route.
At the unique Week for Kids in Carezza, junior visitors can sharpen their skiing and snowboarding skills while also enjoying a fun-filled programme of supporting events. Find out more now!
If you want to hit the slopes right away, it is advisable to book your ski pass for the Val di Fassa/Carezza resort in advance. And this pass offers double the fun, as it is valid for Val di Fassa/Carezza and neighbouring Val di Fassa respectively. Enjoy access to 133 kilometres of pristine slopes and 68 wonderfully convenient cable cars and lifts that whisk you up to the mountain peaks.
If you just can’t get enough, then the Dolomiti Superski pass is your all-access ticket to the complete range of twelve ski resorts and an incredible 1,200 kilometres of slopes.
Tip: when a parent purchases the Dolomiti Superski season ski pass, their child up to the age of eight receives this pass for free!
Golden ticket: the remarkable Valle Silver ski pass grants access to the Val di Fassa/Carezza, Val di Fiemme/Obereggen, Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino and San Martino di Castrozza/Rolle Pass ski resorts. Take your pick from 390 kilometres of slopes and 150 cutting-edge cable cars and lifts just waiting to be explored!
Enjoy a perfect moment as you sit alongside your soul mate, taking in the sublime view of the snow-covered Dolomites and savouring the mouth-watering scent of steamed dumplings and apple strudel. For a little slice of paradise, be sure to visit one of the 15 charming mountain huts, restaurants and sun terraces dotted throughout the resort!
After a great day out on the slopes, you won’t want to miss the legendary après-ski party! Enjoy the buzzing atmosphere at the many covered bars and mountain huts of the Val di Fassa/Carezza ski resort, sing along to everyone’s favourite party hits and toast a terrific day’s skiing with your fellow revellers.