Starting from Pozza di Fassa, in a modern automatic coupling gondola, one reaches Buffaure where ski and snowboard enthusiasts can let themselves go on about 17 km of pistes, nearly all of which are reds except for the redoubtable black slope "Vulcano". Surely, one must try the "Panoramica", a run of a good 6 km that from the Refuge Buffaure at 2.050 m, descends through dense woods, in view of the Monzoni and of the towers of the Maerins, down into Val San Nicolò, to then return to gondola station. The meeting point for freestylers is the brand new snowpark with rails and boxes for every skill level. From the town of Pozza, going up towards Meida one finds the Aloch Skistadium with the black piste of the same name; brightly illuminated for skiing at night, a real ski stadium of 1.000 m, and a 500 m difference of level with an average gradient of 27% (49% maximum). It hosts the Italian downhill ski team training sessions, numerous European Cup competitions and top level events.
From Buffuare, in a wide itinerary of pistes all within the Val di Fassa, the takes one from Pozza to Alba di Canazei. From there one can go on to Belvedere, Col Rodella and Sellaronda, in the Dolomiti Superski carousel. Pozza offers a nursery slope with much play equipment in the Fraine-Pera di Fassa area, and a cross country circuit, also lit up in the evening.
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See also: the for skiers on the slopes of Val di Fassa.