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23 September 2020.

Val Di Fassa, Skiing & Sn...

Val di Fassa is not just one but several small ski areas that are not all necessarily linked directly by lift. Mostly they are pretty small ski sectors with the exception of Belvedere above Canazei and Col Rodella above Campitello, both of which link directly into the Sella Ronda. This gives access to an awesome amount of rideable terrain – certainly more than most can cover in one week. Val di Fassa is also covered on the Dolomiti Superski pass that covers a total of 1220 kilometres of marked pistes.

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Beginner

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Pozza di Fassa, Canazei and Campitello each have beginner’s slopes close to the village where you can take your first slides. Ciampedie above Pera an outlying area of Pozza is probably best for progressing beginners with longer blue runs on which to build confidence.

Intermediate

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Fassa is an excellent location for intermediates to be based. The Sella Ronda, a 26 kilometre (40 km including lifts) circular tour around the Gruppo Del Sella beckons in both directions. The ski areas of Alpe di Siusi, Val Gardena, Arabba/Marmolada and Alta Badia are all linked via the Sella Ronda, each within easy striking distance from Fassa. Val Gardena just next door has one of the largest ski areas and offers the best and most extensive intermediate skiing of all the sectors.

Advanced

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Advanced riders don’t have to go far to find some seriously demanding terrain. The cable car at Passo Pordoi will deliver you to the start point of some of the Dolomites most epic off-piste itineraries. Due to the nature of the terrain it is essential to higher the services of a guide. Head for Arabba/Marmolada for more off-piste options and the thigh burning top to bottom black piste under the Porta Vescovo cable car.

Freestyle, Skier and BoarderCross

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Freestylers will find fun in the park on Belvedere above Canazei. The whole Sella area is worth exploring for it offers many natural delights and occasionally frights.