In winter, Val di Fassa drives ski and snowboard fans just crazy. Besides the Sellaronda (Four Passes Tour), 4 ski tours, 8 snowparks, 210 km and 150 ski slopes always in perfect conditions thanks to the advanced snowmaking system, served by 77 up-to-date lifts which guarantee a fast and effective transportation to the highest altitudes. Val di Fassa is one of the most complete and famous ski regions in the Dolomites with 7 different ski areas, linked to each other by means of slopes or ski bus services: Belvedere-Pordoi-Col Rodella-Sellajoch, Fedaia-Marmolada, Buffaure-Ciampac, Catinaccio-Ciampedìe and Carezza Pass for the Val di Fassa-Carezza district (accessible with Val di Fassa-Carezza, Valle Silver or Dolomiti Superski passes), Moena-Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino Pass-Falcade for the Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino area (accessible with Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino, Valle Silver or Dolomiti Superski ski cards).
White challenges for those who choose Val di Fassa. Every day you can face a different slope, pass safely from one valley to the other, stop for a break in a refuge and be carried away by the enchantment of the immaculate dolomitic peaks. The valley offers a very long winter season, from December to April, panoramic pistes for beginners, challenging slopes for the more experts, playgrounds on the snow for the little ones and many trails, among which the famous Marcialonga track, for the cross-country lovers. For those who aren’t content with skiing just by day, the Aloch slope at the Ski Stadium in Pozza di Fassa (open two nights a week) is a "must"; it is a challenging black piste, scene of many international slalom and snowboard competitions, and where the most important Italian alpine ski teams meet for their trainings.