In Val di Fassa, the lovers’ day is celebrated with the slalom skiing at dawn of #trentinoskisunrise and some thermal relaxation at sunset
If surprising your beloved person on Valentine’s Day with a special gift is a test to get through with style for you, entrust it to Val di Fassa, which serves the hell of a solution on a silver platter. On February 14th, in the Ladin valley, lovers can celebrate since dawn with #trentinoskisunrise: come up with your sweetheart by cable car from San Pellegrino Pass – few kilometres from Moena – extraordinarily open from 6.00 in the morning, to Col Margherita, at 2514 metres, where to admire Marmolada, Pale di San Martino, Pelmo, Civetta and many other dolomitic peaks and exceptionally do some slalom (or not: #trentinoskisunrise is an event dedicated even to those who do not ski) on a just beaten ski track. And not on a random one. On Valentine’s day we ski on the "Lovers’ slope": an 11-kilometre long descent through enchanted peaks and woods that leads down from the top station of the cable car Col Margherita to Falcade (1100 metres, in Veneto). Once back on top, a romantic breakfast awaits you by the newest refuge "InAlto" (inaugurated in December 2019) on Col Margherita to cuddle you and fill you up with energy fora full day on the slopes of Val di Fassa.
To keep delighting your partner, in the afternoon or in the evening, there’s nothing better than the waters of the Aloch source (that comes out at 1320 metres from the sedimentary rocks of Bellerophon in the Monzoni chain) in a luxury version of well-being proposed by QC Terme Dolomiti in Pozza. Here quality and hospitality are the keywords: the guests can relax through whirlpool tubs, Kneipp paths, waterfalls, Japanese baths, steam baths, saunas and bio-saunas, salty rooms, massage areas and, last but not least, open-air pools with a view on the Catinaccio, where to plunge in sulphuric water (36° C) and admire an unforgettable sunset. QC Terme Dolomiti, which develops on more than 4000 square metres on three floors that are mainly structured in wood and dolomite rock, offers even a delicious evening "Aperiterme" that on San Valentino becomes a chance for a toast to love.