Val di Fiemme is one of the most popular places for ski lovers from all over Trentino and beyond.
Tra le più belle valli dell’intero arco alpino, collocata a ridosso delle imponenti cime delle Dolomiti, Val di Fiemme è sinonimo di sci di alta qualità.
In fact, within the district there is the double possibility of practicing both alpine skiing as much Nordic skiing, and all at the highest possible levels: state-of-the-art facilities, many opportunities for après-ski, numerous events and an area rich in traditions and culture are all essential elements of an unforgettable ski stay.
TheVal di Fiemme-Obereggen ski pass allows you to practice alpine skiing on the snow of Alpe Cermis, the Ski Center Latemar (including the Obereggen-Pampeago-Predazzo), Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia, Paso Lavazè-Passo Olcini and Passo Rolle.
All this ensures a total of over 100 km of downhill slopes and as many as 50 state-of-the-art ski lifts, all managed safely through the use of modern and avant-garde programmed innovation systems.
The ski pass also includes the equipped snow parks and 2 toboggan runs, for lovers of this sport.
The Latemar Ski Center is the most important and largest center for the practice of alpine skiing and is located between the provinces of Trento and Bolzano.
In addition to the most modern resources and slopes of all levels of difficulty, the Val di Fiemme has an absolutely unique naturalistic setting which includes one of the most evocative mountain peaks in the area such as the Latemar, the Sassolungo, the Sella, the Rosengarten, the Cimon della Pala and the catena del Lagorai.
The ski pass also offers free access to the Predazzo municipal swimming pool, the Cavalese ice stadium, the Tesero outdoor skating rink and night skiing and sledding in Obereggen.
Val di Fiemme, however, is synonymous not only with alpine skiing, but also with Nordic skiing. The world championships of the discipline, in fact, have repeatedly favored this venue thanks to its tracks and its cross-country rings able to satisfy even the most demanding practitioners.
The cross-country ski centers of Passo Lavanzè and Lago di Tesero are also particularly renowned, which, with the popular Marcialonga track and the Bellamonte rings, cover a skiable surface of 150 km.