Novices at Canazei can start on the village slope before taking the Belvedere gondola to the wide, undulating runs at Pecol. Campitello has one beginner run at village level and at the top of the Col Rodella cable car several blue runs.
From Canazei and Campitello there is direct access to the famous Sella Ronda. This 42km route encircles the Sella Massif and can be used to ski the extensive areas of Arabba, Corvara, Colfosco and Val Gardena.
The main challenge for experts will be to put as much mileage as possible under their skis. Try the run under the cable car at Alba or the Men's Downhill runs in Val Gardena and La Villa. The north facing slopes at nearby Arabba provide some of the most challenging skiing in the Dolomites.
From Canazei, the Marmalada Glacier, also known as the Queen of the Dolomites, can be reached pretty easily - just follow the signs for the Fedaia Pass. The glacier, sitting at an imposing height of 3,342m altitude, has a range of black and red runs, perfect for thrill seekers. It's known for its heli-skiing and off-pisting, too, and has a fantastic 12km long slope, La Bellunese.
Rack up your mileage with a Ski Away-day to the Hidden Valley, a ski area in the Dolomites. A bus will drop you off at the Valley in the morning and from there you’ll be able to capture views of a stunning frozen waterfall, cross the Cinque Torri and Lagazuoi Mountain and even witness one of the most famous ski routes in the world. With your Area lift pass, you get 1 free day to experience this uniquely stunning setting. Speak to your rep for more details.
Val di Fassa is full of cross-country opportunities. There are great free-to-use tracks between the villages of Canazei, Campitello and Pozza, that can be used by both classic skiers and skaters. Some of these trails swoop along the valley, while others are found at higher altitude, but if you're a night owl, you're in luck as some routes stay open well after the sun goes down.
Some of the most popular freeride routes in Val di Fassa include Val Lasties, Val Mezdi and Marmolada - none of which are maintained or signposted, so make sure to take a guide with you. The Pordoi Pass is another popular off-piste area, where steep slopes alternate with moderate descents. If you're an off-piste newbie, head to the Col Margherita freeride park - the first authorised freeride park in Trentino - which offers beautifully fresh snow and natural obstacles.
Prices given below for lift passes, equipment hire, ski school and packages are for information purposes only and may fluctuate during the season. Current prices can be found by proceeding with your booking.
Lift pass coverage:
|6 days ||Adult ||Child (8-15) |
|Local lift pass (low) ||£213 ||£150 |
|Local lift pass (high) ||£237 ||£166 |
|Area lift pass (low) ||£244 ||£171 |
|Area lift pass (high) ||£272 ||£191 |
Local lift pass covers all lifts in Val di Fassa and Carezza. Area lift pass covers all lifts in the Dolomiti Superski.
Deposit required for lift pass:
NonePhoto required for lift pass:
Reduced prices for seniors over 66 years
|6 days ||Adult ||Child (4-12)* |
|Standard skis ||£49 ||£42 |
|Intermediate skis ||£90 ||- |
|Advanced skis ||£110 ||- |
|Ski boots ||£25 ||£17 |
|Standard skis, boots and helmet ||- ||£45 |
|Snowboard ||£75 ||£42 |
|Snowboard boots ||£25 ||£16 |
|Snowboard, boots and helmet ||- ||£57 |
|Helmet ||£9 ||- |
* Child 8-12 years for board
|6 days - Adult ||Low ||High |
|Local pass + Standard skis ||£227 ||£248 |
|Local pass + Snowboard ||£241 ||£261 |
|Local pass + Ski carriage ||£225 ||£245 |
|Area pass + Intermediate skis ||£269 ||£293 |
|Area pass + Snowboard ||£269 ||£293 |
|Area pass + Ski carriage ||£266 ||£290 |
lift pass bundles do not include boots
All prices are subject to availablity and change, accurate prices will be shown when you select a package and continue to the extras page in the booking process.
| ||Days ||Adult ||Child (4-12)* |
|Ski tuition (3 hours) ||4/5* ||£179 ||£188 |
|Board tuition (3 hours) ||4 ||£179 ||£179 |
* Child 8-12 years if snowboarding.
* 4 days for adult and 5 days for children.
Other lesson duration days availableTuition in Pozza
If you're staying in Pozza, your ski or board school is based in Pozza for both adults and children.
All tuition in Pozza starts on Mon and runs from 9.30am to 12.30pm Mon to Thu and 9.30am to 4pm Fri.
Children's ski school in Canazei and Campitello
If you're staying in Canazei or Campitello, your children's ski school is based in Alba, meeting at the top of Ciampac Gondola. (Please note that a lift pass is needed to reach the meeting point of your children's tuition, even if you are not skiing.) Alba is a 5-minute ski bus ride from Canazei and a 15-minute ski bus ride from Campitello. Tuition runs from 10am to 12.45pm Mon to Wed and Fri, and 10am to 3.30pm on Thursdays. Lunch is not included.Adult first-time ski tuition in Canazei and Campitello
If you're staying in Canazei or Campitello, your adult first-time ski tuition is based in Alba, meeting at the top of the Ciampac gondola. This is a 5-minute ski bus ride from Canazei and a 15-minute ski bus ride from Campitello. The 4-day course will run from 10am to 12.45pm Mon to Wed and 10am to 3.30pm Thu. Lunch is not included.
First-time skiers will also get 1.5 hours' starter tuition on the Sun before your main lessons start. Adult intermediate ski tuition in Canazei and Campitello
If you're staying in Canazei or Campitello, your intermediate ski school is based in Canazei, meeting at the top of the Belvedere Gondola in Pecol. This is walking distance from the hotels and apartments in Canazei and a 10-minute bus journey from the hotels in Campitello. The 4-day course will run from 10am to 12.45pm Mon to Wed and 10am to 3.30pm Thu. Board tuition in Canazei and Campitello
If you're staying in Canazei or Campitello, your board school is based in Canazei, meeting at the top of the Belvedere Gondola at Pecol. This is walking distance from the hotels and apartments in Canazei and a 10-minute bus journey from the hotels in Campitello. Tuition is for 12 hours across 4 days, from Mon to Thu. There is also the option of 9 hours across 3 days, from Mon to Wed.
First-time board customers will also get 1.5 hours' starter tuition on the Sun before your main lessons start. Please note:
For guests staying in Campitello and Canazei, intermediate adult ski school is in a completely different location to children's ski school and it would not be logistically possible to take your child to ski school here and then make it back in time to attend your own intermediate ski school.
Some courses may need minimum numbers to run. However, if these are not reached, private tuition for fewer hours will be offered.
Please be aware the use of helmets by those aged 14 and under is compulsory in all Italian resorts.