In addition to the Sellaronda and Great War circuits, in Val di Fassa you can spend a day out skiing, without ever skiing the same run twice, by following two different loop tours. One of them is the Sass Becé Tour, around the massif of the same name, which marks the border between the Belvere-Canazei ski area and the Arabba area.
It represents a good alternative to the Sellaronda and Panorama ski tours. The Sass Becé Tour (pink signs) goes around the massif of the same name, within the ski area Belvedere-Canazei, right at the border between Val di Fassa and Arabba.
From Canazei skiers can reach "Pecol" by lifts and then catch the "Toè" gondola or the "Col dei Rossi" cable car. By following the "Kristiania" slope you get to the departure of "Sass Becé" chairlift and then over to Arabba. The "Maria" chairlift carries you up to Pordoi Pass. From here catch the panoramic cable car and get to the top of Sass Pordoi, better known as The terrace of Dolomites, at an altitude of 2,950 m. Return to the pass by cable car and ski along the "Pordoi" slope. Take the ski lift "Gonzaga" and ski down to "Pecol", right where you started the tour.
The Sass Becé Tour can be done both clockwise and anticlockwise with the Val di Fassa/Carezza or Silver ski passes. The 300 m long stretch between the arrival station of the "Maria" chairlift and the Pordoi cable car must be done on foot.
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With Val di Fassa/Carezza ski pass you can enjoy yourself on the slopes of the Belvedere - Col Rodella, Ciampac - Buffaure, Catinaccio and Carezza ski areas. Are you ready to put your skis on?
Webcam Canazei - Belvedere. Col dei Rossi.Altitude: 2413m
Panoramic view over the slopes and lifts of the ski area Belvedere-Col Rodella-Passo Pordoi.See
Webcam Canazei - Belvedere - Sas Becé. Col dei Rossi.Altitude: 2383m
View of the Belvedere ski area and the chair lifts "Kristiania", "Belvedere" and "Sass Becé".See
Webcam Canazei - Passo PordoiAltitude: 2950m
On Sass Pordoi (known as the terrace of the Dolomites) and the Forcella Pordoi, in the Sella group. It’s reachable on foot or by cable car (in summer along track no. 627) from Passo Pordoi (2,239 m).See