Stunning sunsets, perfect peaks, verdant valleys, enviable enjoyment and peaceful pauses: Val di Fassa has all this and more. On two feet or on two wheels, moving among meadows, streams, and barns, you’ll find yourself and rediscover your rhythms. Never losing sight of the Dolomites. Harmony lives here!
Val di Fassa by bike
Keen cyclists associate the Val di Fassa and the nearby Dolomites passes with legendary biking races past and present. It’s not just professionals who get passionate on the pedals here, though: in Val di Fassa there are beautiful mountain bike routes, as well as a lot of bike parks and gravity lines. A cycle path runs through the full length of the valley. You can set out on the legendary Sellaronda MTB tour from here. On Sellaronda Bike Day, bike lovers take to the car-free streets around the Sella massif for a safe and uninterrupted cycle round around the Dolomite passes.
Hike, climb , and be merry
How about a stunning trek across the paths of Val di Fassa, from hut to hut? How a fun family hike past beautiful plants, springs, and animals? Or maybe even a via ferrata climb along some WWI trenches? Whatever you’re up to, you won’t get bored in Val di Fassa. Find the right hike, mountain tour or climbing tour for you and experience it first-hand.
In Val di Fassa your kids can enjoy an original programme of activities — entertainment guaranteed! Workshops in the mountains, outdoor entertainment, theatre shows, topical trips, climbing courses, and farmyard activities are all available and will bring your child closer to nature and the animal kingdom. Of course, there are also a lot of family hikes and bike trails that are as much fun for the little ones as they are for you!
Wellness and water
You deserve to relax after a day in the mountains. The Dolomia and QC Terme Dolomiti thermal spas, in Pozza, harness the restorative powers of the sulphurous springs of Trentino. The Aquapark Vidor, in Pozza, and the Aquarena Dòlaondes in Canazei — attached to the Eghes Wellness Center — are also places to relax in the water in indoor and outdoor pools, whoosh down waterslides, or enjoy an open air restorative whirlpool jacuzzi.
The huts open their doors in the early summer, marking the start of the Val di Fassa hiking season. Hikers can refuel on traditional fare or spend the night in the mountains. The mountain and meadow huts welcome guests, offering tasty food, and comfortable rooms in a traditional atmosphere. Hiking excursions in the Val di Fassa mountains with a stop-off in one of the many huts is something everyone should experience at least once!
Ladin customs and festival
Summer in Val di Fassa isn’t just about nature and sport - culture also matters here. Ancient handicrafts and customs, traditional dishes and old ways all come to life in our towns and villages. July and August are full of events, from the Festa ta Mont in the picturesque San Nicolò valley, the Festa del cianton Turchia in Moena, A pe ta Mont on Fuciade, Entorn Vich around the Vigo and the Gran Festa da d’Itsà in Canazei. The Dolomites form a unique backdrop for all sorts of events and festivities, like the Klänge der Dolomiten music festival.