Val di Fassa, as the name suggests, is a valley with several ski resorts linked by lifts. The main resorts are Canazei, Campitello and Alba and as part of the Superski Dolomiti ski area there are over twelve hundred kilometres of runs. The local area offers one hundred and seventy kilometres so there is plenty of choice even if you do not wish to go further afield. Located at an altitude of over thirteen hundred metres and with lifts to almost three thousand metres, the resort has a good snow record. There are snow making facilities on over twenty percent of the slopes. The modern and efficient system of lifts gives quick and easy access to the slopes so queueing is kept to a minimum.
Cheap Val di Fassa ski & snowboard holidays have great appeal. This popular area with its stunning landscape and superb skiing means that bargain breaks are quickly snapped up. The resorts of Val di Fassa all have good nursery slopes where beginners can learn the basic skills. With the help of excellent tuition in the ski schools, they can gain in confidence and move on the the many wide, gentle blues. The bowl above Canazei has perfect conditions for novices. Intermediates, as always, have the greatest choice of runs as the majority are red. They can enjoy the famous Sella Ronda with reds of varying degrees of difficulty. There is so much choice that they can take a new and exciting route every day of their holiday. Advanced skiers may have limited black runs within the valley but they can certainly eat up the miles and find testing off-piste runs. They can also attempt the world championship course in Val Gardena. The local terrain is ideal for boarders and there is also a snow park at the top of the Belvedere cable car. Cross country skiers have thirty kilometres of trails.
Val di Fassa has a wide range of hotels, apartments and chalets with prices to suit most budgets. They all provide high standards of accommodation, have good modern amenities and you'll be given a warm and friendly welcome. The many restaurants, both on and off the mountain, serve everything from pizza and pasta to international cuisine and fine dining. Bars, pubs and discos create a lively evening atmosphere and you'll find a good number of recreational activities. These include ice skating, an indoor water park and a bowling alley.
The Val di Fassa ski season opens in the third week of December and closes at the end of the first week in April. Many regional airports have direct flights to Venice, Verona and Innsbruck which have transfer times of roughly three hours. You can check on the Cheekytrip website to see if your local airport ski & snowboard holidays to Val di Fassa.
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