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.
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:
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.
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.
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.
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!