- 4 chalets and apartments
- 1460 m altitude
The Dolomites exists of 12 ski areas, interlinked by lifts and free ski busses. All together it has 1200 km of prepared slopes, and you only need one lift pass: the Dolomiti Superski, also called the Superdolomites. Because of its location on the south side of the Alps, this is one of the sunniest winter sport destinations in Europe. The area can be called almost entirely snow-certain, because of the many modern artificial snow blowers which have been installed during the last couple of years.
The Dolomites are considered to be one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in the world. That is one of the reasons why the mountain area has recently been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The mountains arose from the earth crust about 250 million years ago and have ever since been subject to change due to the relentless effects of water, wind and ice. Many visitors have been enamored by the pointed peaks, steep mountain walls and beautiful colors that appear and change during the day. At sunset the mountain tops get a fiery red color that turns into violet at night.
The ski area of Val di Fassa covers over 120 km of diversified slopes, attractive for winter sport lover of each level. The most known areas in this region are Canazei and Campitello and are both connected to the well-known Sella Ronda, the most recognized ski route of the Dolomites. Through this route the ski area is also connected to three other ski areas in the Dolomites, Val Gardena (175 km slopes), Alta Badia (130 km slopes) and Arabba-Marmolada (60 km slopes),which is ideal for the experienced skier who loves to make beautiful tours. Not all villages in Val die Fassa are connected to one another and therefore there are ski busses driving between Alba, Pera and Pozza die Fassa.