Val di Fassa, sited in the North-East of the region Trentino, expands for about 20 km and is characterized by a typically Alpine climate, with fresh summers and rather hard winters. Every resort, from Moena to Penia di Canazei, has its own climate conditions, which depend on longitude and position.
In spring, when the snow melts away and nature awakes after the cold winter days, the Val di Fassa is an explosion of colours and blossoms. Days become longer and mild temperatures make it possible to have wonderful excursions.
Thanks to springs rich in snow, ski and snowboard fans can attend the sunny slopes of the Val di Fassa to enjoy the last skiing days of the season.
In summer the average temperature is about +15 degrees, but in particularly warm days the thermometer reaches +30 degrees. Precipitations are abundant, since rain storms, though brief, are rather frequent in this period. At night the temperature falls down: it is a good idea to carry and wear a sweater or a jacket. Weather is very unstable in the mountains and could change suddenly, especially in July and August. That’s why we strongly recommend your consulting a weather bulletin before you face any excursion or your talking to a mountain guide if you intend to do via ferratas!
From September to October the sky is generally cloudless but the temperature gets colder and snow precipitation are likely to occur at a high altitude.
Days become shorter and the landscape turns to fall, changing its colours visibly.
From December to March it is full winter season. The Val di Fassa turns to white and its peaks get covered with snow, looking more majestic than ever. Snowy days interchange with sunny days. In particularly mild winter days, the temperature can even reach +20 degrees. In December, January and February the temperature goes normally below zero, with an average of -4 degrees.