Canazei is one of the Alpine capitals of snow sports. Internationally renowned for its lively character and the excellent quality of its high-altitude skiing, the town centre won't disappoint the visitor either; for skiiers, mountain lovers or curious visitors it offers a valid alternative to Alpine skiing. Of all the cross-country ski areas in the Fassa Valley, Canazei is undoubtedly the most convenient.Read all
|School Field Ciasates||Closed||08:30 - 16:15||10 cm||Facile|
|Ciasates||Closed||08:30 - 16:15||10 cm||Facile|
|Soreghes - Sot Ronch||Closed||08:30 - 16:15||10 cm||Facile|
The ski tracks are in the town centre and are accessible free of charge.
Beginners will find a private enclosed area where they can gain confidence with Nordic skiing, testing their skills and balance under the careful guidance of a certified instructor.
Once you know what you're doing, you can move on to the open tracks, either alone or with an instructor. All the tracks are easy, with small humps and piedmonts so you can practise without great fatigue or difficulty. While skiing on these tracks, it's easy to get distracted by the magnificent panorama offered by the snow-covered landscapes of Sella, Pordoi and Gran Vernel, which surround and embrace Canazei and the entire Fassa Valley. The course heads up towards the Alba ("Ciasates" loop) or, following the line of the Avisio river, towards "Soreghes-Sot Ronch", through the wide plain that connects Canazei to Campitello. The silence of the forest is only interrupted by the rustle of skis sliding smoothly underfoot.
The tracks are always perfectly groomed and can be used throughout the season, thanks to meticulous daily maintenance and artificial snowmaking systems.