Winter holidays in Carezza

Experience the snowy Dolomites over four months

The sun-kissed Rosengarten massif is bathed in pink hues as the sun sets and night begins. When the mountains glow like this, we call it enrosadira – and locals find it just as captivating as visitors do. The flat gentle slopes are prepared anew so there’s nothing stopping everyone enjoying another day of skiing when the sun comes up.

Visiting the neighbourhood

There’s no single way to enjoy a winter holiday in the Carezza ski resort. There’s something for everyone. The red, blue, and black slopes are a challenge for all. If 40 km of slopes simply aren’t enough, why not pay a visit to our neighbouring resort in Val di Fassa? There, you’ll be able to enjoy 133 km of slopes and go from 12 to 68 cutting-edge lifts! On your marks, get set, ski! 

Visiting the neighbourhood

Carezza and the climate

The Carezza ski resort in the Dolomiti Superski region doesn’t just offer excellent winter fun from December to March. 200 snow canons make sure you’ll always have snow to enjoy. But we want snow to keep falling from the sky, too, which is why the Carezza ski resort is working to cut its carbon emissions.


Carezza, a ski resort with a thousand faces

The numbers: 55% easy, 30% moderate and up to 15% difficult slopes make up this Dolomites’ ski resort. There are also 13 lifts and 200 snow canons to make sure you’ll have a winter holiday to remember.

Carezza also has its very own snowpark for people who love freeriding and snowboarding. If you love going fast, you can let off some steam on the Tschein slope. There’s also something for families and children at the snowpark. Get going and try it out!

And what else does the perfect winter holiday need? Excellent food, of course! Round off your days in the rustic mountain chalets and cool bars enjoying an après-ski. Nibble your way through Italian specialities and traditional South Tyrolean dishes. 

Action and fun off the slopes

Work your way across our 15-kilometre cross-country skiing trail. Take long strides as you glide on the deep snow. The winter hiking and snowshoeing trails are also worth exploring. Whether you’re a sports lover or use exercise to relax, there’s something for you right in the heart of the Dolomites.

Carezza - the Family Skiresort