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Pozza di Fassa

The wellness centre of the Fassa Valley
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Pozza di Fassa

Set among woods, typical mountain huts and thermal springs

Pozza di Fassa

Facing the Vajolet Towers, Pozza is dominated by the Monzoni and Buffaure mountains (2000 m), which are ideal for scenic hikes in summer. In winter, you can take a cable car from the centre up to Buffaure, where you'll find lots of ski trails and access the Sellaronda. In the town centre, you'll also find the Aloch Ski Stadium, a training centre for Italy's national alpine ski team.

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Where well-being is at home

The town of Pozza di Fassa (1320 m above sea level) joined the municipality of San Giovanni di Fassa in 2018. It is dominated by the Cima Undici (2507 m), Cima Dodici (2446 m) and the majestic Vajolet Towers (2812 m).

Pozza is famed as a place for well-being and relaxation. One of its characteristic features is the Aloch sulphur spring, the only one of its kind in Trentino. Its thermal waters are used in skin care treatments at many local wellness centres. Try the treatments for yourself the Terme Dolomia, the QC Terme Dolomiti or at the Aquapark Vidor.
If you love the Dolomites, you simply must visit Pozza di Fassa. Be amazed by the beautiful Val San Nicolò, dotted with meadows, mountain huts and barns.

In winter, the village offers the Buffaure Ski Area, which boasts one of the longest slopes in the Valley. The cable car also offers unforgettable views of the Catinaccio and Sassolungo Group.

A special attraction of this small town is the Aloch Ski Stadium, an alpine ski training centre whose slopes are the venue for international ski competitions. This facility is the only one in the Dolomites to be reserved (during the day) as a training centre for the Italian national ski team and world champion athletes; it is also a federal training centre.
 If you love skiing at night, the slope is illuminated two nights a week. Put your skills to the test on the black slope or on others with less challenging height differences.
Pozza di Fassa also offers a fantastic experience for cross-country skiers, as it gives access to the Marcialonga circuit and the Ciancoal ring.

Also famous for its summer excursions, in Pozza di Fassa you can take peaceful walks down the valley, perfect for the whole family. Alternatively, there are high-altitude trails, if you're looking for more adrenaline-pumping experiences on the rocks of the Vajolet Valley and the Monzoni peaks.
 

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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure - Catinaccio

Altitude: 2354m
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View over Catinaccio, Gardeccia and the Vajolet valley.
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure. Pala del Geiger.

Altitude: 2326m
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Panoramic over the ski area Pozza-Buffaure. From the left - Jumela Valley (Sassolungo group and Pordoi in the background), San Nicolò Valley (towered above by Col Ombert), Creste di Costabella and Monzoni Group with its peaks: Punta Valacia, Cima 11 and Cima 12.
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure - Cima 11 e Cima 12. Col de Valvacin.

Altitude: 2354m
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"Col de Valvacin" chair lift.
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure. Col de Valvacin.

Altitude: 2354m
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Over the ski area Pozza-Buffaure. From the left - Jumela Valley (Sassolungo group and Pordoi in the background), San Nicolò Valley (towered above by Col Ombert), Creste di Costabella and Monzoni Group with its peaks: Punta Valacia, Cima 11 and Cima 12.
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure

Altitude: 2060m
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Slopes and lift outlook in direction of the ski area Pozza-Buffaure. From the left side - Monzoni Group with its peaks Punta Valacia, Cima 11 and Cima 12, Catinaccio, Col de Valvacin, Creste di Costabella.
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure - Baita Cuz

Altitude: 2354m
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"Col de Valvacin" chair lift. Down on the right side the Baita Cuz refuge. From the slopes "Vulcano" (2,200 metres long) and "Panoramica" (6,650 metres long) you can ski down to Pozza-Buffaure downstream station, in loc. "Meida".
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure

Altitude: 2354m
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View from Buffaure over Vigo di Fassa. From here you can see the main road from Vigo to Costalunga Pass. In the background Latemar (on the left) and Catinaccio (on the right) with the Thöni ski slope that from Ciampedìe comes down to the town centre.
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure - Val Monzoni. Col de Valvacin.

Altitude: 2354m
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Panoramic view over the the red slope "Valvacin B" that from Col de Valvacin comes down to Buffaure (2,020 m). You can see the Monzoni Valley (during the winter time it’s reachable on foot or with snowshoes; during the summer time you can use the shuttle bus from "Meida").
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure - Pista Valvacin B

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View over the red slope "Valvacin B" that from Col de Valvacin comes down to Buffaure (2,020 m).
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure - Pala del Geiger. Col de Valvacin.

Altitude: 2354m
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"Pala del Geiger" chair lift arrival that from Jumela Valley comes up to Col de Valvacin. From here you can see the Sella Group with Sass Pordoi (2,950 m), known as the "Terrace of the Dolomites", and Piz Boè (3,152 m).
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure - Panorama towards Vigo

Altitude: 2354m
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View from Buffaure towards Vigo di Fassa. From here you can see the main road from Vigo to Costalunga Pass and Carezza Lake. Latemar (on the left) and Catinaccio (on the right) in the background.
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Pozza di Fassa - Buffaure cabin lift

Altitude: 2354m
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View from Col de Valvacin towards the Buffaure cabin lift that comes up from Meida.
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Pozza di Fassa -Buffaure Lifts. Col de Valvacin.

Altitude: 2354m
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View from Col de Valvacin towards the cabin lift Buffaure, that comes up from Meida. Aloch ski slope on the left (lit for skiing at night) and Pozza di Fassa in the background.
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