Seven small villages on a human scale, connected with each other on foot or by the public transportation. Besides the sporty side, each Val di Fassa’s resort cherishes natural treasures, works of art, museums, legends and events not to be missed...

Discover Val di Fassa’s resorts

Tradition and modernity in the heart of the Dolomites


Canazei is the most renowned of Val di Fassa’s resorts, an authentic capitol of skiing, also thanks to its strategic position next to Pordoi, Sella and Fedaia passes. The modern lifts make it one of the role models stations of the Alpine region, directly connected to the Sellaronda Tour, in the heart of Dolomiti Superski. From the village you can reach Belvedere, Ciampac, Col Rodella and Marmolada ski resorts.

Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa is overlooked by the massive pinnacles of Sassolungo and by Col Rodella, whose summit is directly reachable from the village by cable car. From here, in a few minutes, you can conquer the slopes that, from Sella Pass, take you to Val Gardena and the Sellaronda. And for those who don’t ski? Ski mountaineering, snowshoeing or fat-biking in Val Duron, indoor free climbing and tandem paragliding, thanks to the existence of a landing field in the "Ischia" area.

Mazzin di Fassa

Mazzin is the smallest municipality in Val di Fassa, also known as the village of "pitores", the artisans that in the old days seasonally emigrated to seek their fortune. Cross-country ski lovers can get on the legendary Marcialonga track from here, whereas skiers can profit from the thorough skibus service leading to the nearby ski resorts’ lifts.

Pozza di Fassa

Pozza and Pera are located in the point of greatest width of the valley. The trump cards of these resorts? Variety! We’re talking about thermae, a renewed ski area connected to the Sellaronda, stunning side valleys reachable on foot or by ski mountaineering - such as San Nicolò, Monzoni, Gardeccia and Vajolet. During the winter the famous slope "Aloch" of "Ski Stadium Val di Fassa" is illuminated for night-time skiing. Cross-country ski enthusiasts have access to the Marcialonga circuit, as well as several trails in the "Ciancoal" area, close to Pera.

Vigo di Fassa

Vigo is located on a wide terrace, in a commanding position over Val di Fassa. Directly from the village, you can reach by cable car the area called Ciampedìe, at 1,998 m, a panoramic balcony of rare beauty, which offers a 360-degree view on the Dolomites. The resort is ideal for families as well, thanks to a beautiful and sunny kinderpark, and non-skiers can venture with snowshoes to the area Gardeccia.

Soraga di Fassa

Soraga is one of the most ancient settlements in Val di Fassa. The village, renowned for its sculptors and woodcarvers, is located at the foot of Vallaccia’s and Monzoni’s mountains and is overlooked by the Rosengarten Group with its Roda di Vael. Here cross-country skiers can find their paradise, with slopes next to the hotels, whereas alpine ski enthusiasts, within minutes by ski bus, can reach Moena-Lusia and Vigo-Rosengarten ski areas. Within its borders, Soraga also boasts an environmental gem: Fuciade basin, reachable from San Pellegrino Pass.


Moena is the gateway to Val di Fassa and is also known as the "Fairy of the Dolomites", a name that addresses its charm and fascination associated to ancient legends. The village stands out for its classy pedestrian area, shops, bars and restaurants. During wintertime, Moena thrives in the heart of Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino ski area, characterized by fast lifts, wonderful slopes and the well-equipped cross-country ski centre "Alochet".