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Val di Fiemme


Val di Fiemme / Obereggen ski resort

110 km of slopes with an amazing view on the Dolomites peaks and fir woods. This upcoming winter, a new system to avoid waiting in line gives you the chance to purchase online your ski-pass, ski classes and even ski-rental, all this from home.

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- A jewel at the heart of Trentino

A jewel at the heart of Trentino

Winter fans are drawn to the perfect blend of sport, nature and tradition on offer at Val di Fiemme ski resort. And of course the Latemar and Pale di San Martino also feature a series of fantastic downhill runs!

Val di Fiemme comprises five ski resorts that combine to form their own unique network. Skiers can enjoy top-quality action and a seemingly limitless range of options all the way from South Tyrol to the north of Trentino, with 111 kilometres of slopes and 45 cable cars and lifts at their disposal.

Overview of the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen ski region:

  • Alpe Cermis-Cavalese
  • Ski Center Latemar 
  • Lavazè
  • Jochgrimm
  • Bellamonte
  • Rolle Pass

A ski resort with a view

Boasting 63 days of sun per year, the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen ski resort is perfect for beginners and seasoned skiers alike: while the 18 kilometres of black slopes are best left to the experts, the 52 kilometres of red and 40 kilometres of blue slopes are ideal for those looking to take a more leisurely approach. And 45 cutting-edge tow lifts, chairlifts and gondolas are on hand to help skiers of all abilities get where they need to be.

Feeling brave? Cermis is home to the notorious Olimpia, a spectacular downhill run that is one of the longest in the Alps. Get out there and feel the rush!

Fantastic for families: junior skiers are sure to receive a warm welcome at all ski resorts across the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen region. A range of kindergartens, top ski schools and action-packed snow parks offer a fun-filled way for children to get to grips with the world of skiing.

Sharpen your skiing skills: at Val di Fiemme, there are some 120 ski instructors waiting to put beginners through their paces. Simply register at one of the ski schools and get ready to learn the tricks of the trade!

Looking for a sneak preview of the stunning scenery in the Dolomites? Take a peek at our webcam for a view of this awe-inspiring mountain landscape!

Tip: the Alpine Coaster is a thrill ride you won’t want to miss! Located at a height of 1,650 metres in the heart of the Dolomites, this remarkable attraction zooms through the forest at the foot of the Latemar mountain range.

For thrill seekers: snow parks and night skiing

Freeriders can look forward to trying out some acrobatic moves at one of the most cutting-edge and demanding snow parks around, featuring half-pipes, jumps, walls and even two sledging trails.

Skiing under the stars: night skiing offers a fresh take on a familiar pursuit and is hugely popular in Trentino. Olimpia 3, Alpe Cermis and the Ski Center Latemar in Obereggen all give visitors the chance to pit their wits against the floodlit slopes.

The mountain huts and après-ski bars of Val di Fiemme

Each ski resort boasts an assortment of rustic mountain hut and covered bars for enjoying a laid-back evening after a day’s skiing and singing along to classic party hits. Skiers looking for a relaxed atmosphere and quality food should head for the Alpine huts in Trentino: these high-altitude restaurants serve up a range of delights to tickle your palate, including mortadella, trentingrana and a wide variety of polenta dishes.

Can’t-miss attractions at the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen ski resort

At the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen ski resort, there are a variety of ways to secure your ticket to this winter paradise in the Dolomites. The key question is this: do you want to stick to Val di Fiemme/Obereggen or enjoy unlimited access to the entire Dolomites ski region? Whatever your preference, the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen ski pass and the Dolomiti Superski pass open the door to a glittering world of sublime slopes.

Further details on discounts, exact prices and combined tickets available here!

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Bellamontehamlet of Predazzo, was considered “the mount of hay” of Val di Fiemme. Nowadays it is a renowned resort thanks to both the typical mountain huts at the foot of the mountain chain of Lagorai, and for the breathtaking sunsets that inflame the marvellous mountains Pale di San Martino. One of the right places to visit in Bellamonte is the incredible collection of tools and objects that farmers used to use in the past – the ancient hut hosting Granpa Gustavo's Museum


Capriana is the smallest and off-centred village of Val di Fiemme. It includes Maso Bait, Carbonare, Rover, Maso Lio, Maso Casel and Maso Cao de Villa. The first inhabitants of this area lived in Carbonare, whose name derives from the production of “carbone” (coal) from the wood of oak.
Capriana is a privileged destination for all guests looking for nature and quiet life. The village lies near the vineyards of Val di Cembra, the most ancient ones of Trentino, and is surrounded by the Natural Park of Mount Corno. Following the European Trail E5 you arrive at the following places: Prati del Toro, Lago Bianco (1.675 mt.), Lago Nero (1.717 mt.), until the top of Mount Corno (1.815 mt.). 


Carano is a typical alpine village situated on a natural terrace dominating the valley and overlooking the mountain chain of Lagorai and Pale di San Martino. This village was built on the remains of an ancient fortified borough, dating back to the Bronze Age. The so-called “Cortazze” or “Corti” characterizes the centre – a large network of passages and tiny streets on the steepest slope to facilitate the flow of water. Wandering around, you can notice wall paintings and frescoes, the beautiful monolithic fountain built in 1888 and the capital dedicated to the Holy Virgin. The church of Carano, dedicated to San Nicolò di Bari, dates back to 1150. Leaving the village, in the direction of Cavalese, on the left wall you can see the stone called "fato lano dela fame" in remembrance of the famine (1570). In Carano you can visit the ethnographic museum Casa Begna and the ancient Ceva source, from which springs a sulfate-calcium-magnesium water, that effectively fights rheumatic and skin diseases. One of the most fantastic walks around the village is Sentiero delle Cascatelle (little waterfalls trail). 

Castello di Fiemme

Castello di Fiemme is a typical village of ancient construction, situated in a cosy, large and sunny hollow surrounded by meadows and fields. The climate is dry and wholesome: in this place, the lowest quantity of annual precipitations in the whole valley is recorded. The name “Castello” derives from the ancient  manor built on the rocky hill of the village. In 1296 the inhabitants of the valley plundered and burned the castle as a symbol of oppression. Nowadays, on top of the hill lies the parish church of S. Giorgio, erected in the Nineteenth century. 
In Castello, four medieval buildings known as “Roman houses” are a big attraction. In the tiny streets of the village, there are old country-noble and massive houses, with wooden outdoor staircases and sacred frescoes. In the surroundings, you can visit the Doss Zelòr, headquarters of a prehistoric fortified borough, where they discovered clay vases dating back to the Bronze Age and objects dating back to the second Iron Age.


Cavalese lies on sunny shelf in front of the mountain chain of Lagorai. The crenellated bell tower of the church dedicated to San Sebastiano dominates the village. In the old centre, there are arts and crafts ateliers, sportswear shops, a disco, pubs, wine bars, famous restaurants, ancient buildings recently renovated, elegant villas and cutting-edge sport venues. One is the ice stadium, where you can skate both in summer and in winter, and the swimming-pool with indoor and outdoor hydromassage pools. In Cavalese, skiers and hikers can take thecableway to Alpe Cermis, the best place in Lagorai to enjoy marvellous landscapes at high altitude. On board of the cableway you can also reach the bottom of the valley, that in summer is crossed by the cycle lane of the Dolomites - in winter by the cross-country track of Marcialonga.


The distinctive village of Daiano lies on the road that, from Cavalese, leads to Passo Lavazé. Daiano is one of the tiniest villages of Val di Fiemme, but also the place that can boasts of the most hours of sun throughout the year.
You can recognize the village thanks to the onion-shaped bell tower of the Gothic church dedicated to San Tommaso, built in 1761. On the walls of the most ancient houses there are several sacred frescoes. The buildings show the typical architectural features of the valley, such as monolithic fountains that decorate the streets or the “Roman” house, also called “Castello” (bridge), which is another Gothic and giant building, or the wooden houses and their strict and rustic appearance. 

Masi di Cavalese

Among sundials, decorations, gnomes, wooden sheds, lush gardens and breed horses, time stops around the old farms of the tiny Masi di Cavalese. In this little village populated by hard-working people, there are plenty of artisans and even an accordion repairer. This hamlet lies three kilometres far from Cavalese, on the shores of the water stream Avisio. People usually call it “the rainbow village” because, almost after any shower of rain, a rainbow makes its appearance above its houses and fields. Going walking amid ancient houses, agritourisms and haylofts, you can meet several farm animals. Do not forget to have a look at the church dedicated to the Holy Trinity, erected in the Eighteenth century. Masi – which lies near the ski lifts Alpe Cermis, the track of Marcialonga and the Cycle Lane fo the Dolomites – is also a starting point for excursions in nature.

Molina di Fiemme

Molina di Fiemme lies on the shores of the water stream Avisio, at the entrance of Val Cadino.
Besides Predaia and Stramentizzo, Molina is one of the villages that are part of the municipality of Castello-Molina di Fiemme. The two main hamlets are 2km far from the other.
The building style of the village mirror the liking of the valley. Another peculiarity are the roofs, mostly covered with ceramics scaly boards, produced in the kilns near there. The parish church was erected in 1852 on the highest area of the village and was dedicated to S. Antonio from Padova.


lpe di Pampeago has already represented the finishing stage of five editions of Giro d'Italia. Ideal destination for bikers, it is the only dolomitic pass to be paved and closed to traffic.
Take the chairlifts to reach the peaks of Latemar, that Unesco declared “World Heritage Site”. In Pampeago, another place is worth a visit: it's RespirArt, the highest art park of the world, where they organize outdoor concerts at the Theatre of Latemar and land-art excursions. Other walks lead you to the themed park Latemarium in Obereggen or to Malga Pampeago, famous for its lessons to learn how to milk a cow and to prepare butter. The Alpe boasts a favourable position that lets people ski until late April. 


Panchià is a little village of Val di Fiemme, between Tesero and Ziano di Fiemme. Dominated by the massif of Cornon and Mount Agnello, Panchià is a typical mountain village, at a short distance to the ski-areas where you can practice downhill, snowboard and Nordic skiing – as well as the numerous hiking and trekking possibilities that you can enjoy throughout the summer.

Passo di Lavazé

The upland of Passo Lavazé, 8 km far from Varena, is one of the most fascinating landscapes of Val di Fiemme. The huge expanse of meadows, framed by spruces, larches and Swiss pines, is dominated by the mount Pala di Santa (2.488 mt.). From the pass you can stare at a whole panorama over Catinaccio and Latemar, dolomitic peaks that, at every sunset, offer a natural show: the Alpenglow. In summer, this is the ideal place for trekking, walks or mountain bike riding, tasting in mountain huts, fishing and Nordic walking.


In the past there were twelve farms. Now it is the most populated village of Val di FiemmePredazzo is known to be the “Geological garden of the Alps” thanks to the highest concentration of geological varieties in the world. In the main and central square, you can visit the Geological Museum of the Dolomites to admire an extraordinary collection of minerals and fossils, but also scientific literature about the formation of the Dolomites. Walking along the geological path of Doss Capèl, between Passo Feudo and Alpe di Pampeago (2.000-2.200 mt. asl.), you can notice sea-beds and beaches, shells and star fish dating back to the era before the appearance of dinosaurs; then lava, ashes and lapilli originated by the ancient volcano of Predazzo. 


This green and sunny little village, with hotels specialized in welcoming families and in trekking, lets you live completely immersed in nature, halfway to TeseroPasso Lavazé (the best place for cross country skiers) and Alpe di Pampeago (access to Ski Center Latemar). 
Each summer Stava hosts the skyrunning competition Stava Skyrace and, in a well-equipped venue, there is one of the most important indoor climbing walls of Trentino.


Tesero is a cradle of traditions in the heart of Val di Fiemme. At Christmas time, one hundred of handcrafted cribs make their appearance from alleys, courtyards, windows, stables and cellars to live up the precious period of “Tesero and its cribs”, which appeals thousands of visitors every year. In the summertime, the inhabitants of Tesero give life to the traditional event called “Le corte de Tiezer” in the courtyards, with fantastic re-enactments of ancient crafts, culinary traditions and music.


Valfloriana is a village composed of ten hamlets (Barcatta, Casanova, Casatta, Dorà, Montalbiano, Sicina, Valle, Villaggio), perched along the edge of Val di Fiemme. Like Capriana, also Valfloriana is at the boundary with Val di Cembra. Thanks to its off-centred position, there you can enjoy relaxing atmospheres, where traditions are still maintained and continued. 
During the day, fans of trekking or snow-shoe walking reach this place to go walking in the wild nature of the mountain chain of Lagorai. At night, the village is the meeting-point of gourmets that come to Valfloriana to taste the delicious and genuine food of local agritourisms.


Varena lies in an excellent position, nestled at the foot of the mount Corno Nero. This village is one of the most ancient centres of Trentino. Walking in Varena you can stare at typical monolithic porphyry fountains. According to the tradition, from the fountains of Varena sprang the best drinkable water of the valley. The church of Varena - consecrated in the Thirteenth century - is dedicated to the saints Pietro and Paolo and the internal Gothic and medieval decorations are worth a visit – the masterpieces were made by Longo and the paintings by Unterperger.

Ziano di Fiemme

This fabulous village and its hamlets Zanon, Roda, Bosin, Parti del Cioto and Zanolin, lie along the water stream Avisio, in front of the majestic mountain chain of Lagorai, just at the point where the valley makes a large curve. Fir trees and large green expanses – mostly flat – arrive at the edge of the village.
With its extensive network of hiking and trekking trails in the dolomitic mountain chains of Latemar and Lagorai, Ziano di Fiemme represents the ideal winter and summer resort. 
In the summertime, the village is outlined by the Cycle lane of the Dolomites

Passo Rolle

Passo Rolle, 1980 metres above sea level, connects San Martino di Castrozza with the other valleys in the Dolomites. This mountain pass is home to a small cluster of houses with a few hotels, restaurants, bars and shops at the foot of the magnificent amphitheatre of the Pale di San Martino, the south-western door to the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area, dominated by the unmistakable outline of Cimon della Pala (3.186 m), is an excellent starting point to set off on walks, hikes and mountain bike outings. 

Can’t-miss attractions at the Val di Fiemme/Obereggen ski resort

The Trentino region in the Dolomites is home to a whole series of natural and cultural treasures. If you can manage to drag yourself away from the slopes, Val di Fiemme is full of attractions that are well worth a closer look.
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Paneveggio/Pale di San Martino Nature Park

Situated between the Val di Fiemme, Val di Fassa and Primiero valleys, this famous nature reserve features a rich variety of flora and fauna as well as unique wood. The spruces in the forest of Paneveggio are particularly treasured, with their wood being used to make the most renowned violins and soundboards in the world.

Visitors can also explore the habitat of the stags and enjoy the “melt in your mouth” quality of homemade Alpine butter and cheese.

High-octane ascent to dinner

Not got the energy for a final climb after a hard day’s skiing? No problem – simply hop on a snowmobile for a quick and easy ascent up to the mountain restaurants. Once dinner is over, you can round off the evening in style by skiing your way down the wonderfully groomed floodlit slopes. Try your hand at night skiing and enjoy carving through the snow beneath a star-filled sky.

Palazzo della Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme

Adorned with crests and boasting a breathtaking design, this imposing palace is infused with the commanding aura of the former prince-bishops of Trento. Having served as the residence of the bishops during the renaissance, the palace now houses an art gallery and a variety of valuable documents while also keeping the old traditions alive.

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