The ski area is only 4 kilometres far from the town Moena. The cabin lift, inaugurated in 2008, departs from "Ronchi" and goes up to "Valbona", a natural hollow where people can enjoy a pleasant alpine atmosphere. The different kinds of lifts (gondolas, ski lifts, and a wide network of modern chair lifts) enables both expert skiers and children to live an unforgettable snow experience on 27 km of slopes, always in top conditions. Alpe Lusia is the perfect area for skiing: the North facing side (Moena) is characterized by red and black slopes with some steep, thrilling sections; the South side (Castelir-Bellamonte) is so sunny and gentle to be regarded as the realm of families and of ski "first-timers". This cutting-edge ski resort offers a wide range of facilities and services: rentals at an high altitude; refuges, restaurants, lounge bars; snowpark, funslope and boardercross tracks for freestyle tricks’ enthusiasts; self-timer and speed check tracks; nursery slopes and baby parks especially designed for the little ones, such as "Valbona" snow playground, directly managed by Lusia Lift Company.
Also no-skiers can reach the high mountains and enjoy a day on the snow laying in the sun on the beautiful terrace of the Chalet Valbona, which in wintertime hosts many interesting events.
From "Le Cune", at an altitude of 2,200 m, people can enjoy a stunning panorama over the Dolomites: Latemar, Catinaccio-Rosengarten (Unesco World Heritage) with the distinctive silhouette of Roda de Vael, the Monzoni Group and the majestic peaks of Pale di San Martino.
The ski area Alpe Lusia is easy reachable by car or by ski bus from Moena and San Pellegrino Pass.
Top ski slope: Piavac. On the Alpe Lusia, the "Piavac" slope is a kind of magnet for expert skiers. Its initial part is regarded as one of the most steep ones within the Dolomites. The 1,2 km long black slope starts off from "Le Cune" at 2,194 m asl (reachable by means of chair lift or gondola) and "drops" down to the valley across diagonals and north-facing gullies, which are often frozen and do really get adrenaline flowing. The tension calms down in the second half of the slope, where a final easy sprint leads to the chair lift’s departure. Eyes must be locked on the slope, without getting sidetracked by the breathtaking panorama of Catinaccio peaks.
Skiing safety: the for skiers on the slopes of Val di Fassa.