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Campitello

57 Number of reviews:

88 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 8.4
Ski area 9.3
Information about the ski area
Val di Fassa-Carezza
Highest point: 2,625 m
Lowest point: 1,200 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,448 m
Lifts in total: 39
Tow lifts: 5
Chair lifts: 22
Gondola lift: 12
Pistes in total: 110 km
Pistes:
35 km
Pistes:
64 km
Pistes:
11 km

Ski area Val di Fassa-Carezza

Ski area Val di Fassa-Carezza

With the "Val di Fassa-Carezza" lift pass, you have access to approx. 110 kilometres of piste that are connected with around 39 lifts between 1,200 - 2,625 m in the Alba, Canazei, Campitello, Karersee, Pozza and Vigo areas. Here you will find numerous free ride and deep snow areas, as well as many intermediate runs. Cracks can enjoy the black pistes, such as the famous "Tomba" at the Ciampedie and floodlit fans will get their money's worth at Pozza.

The local ski area of Campitello is located at Col Rodella (2,485 m): mainly intermediate descents await you here. The sunny, wide slopes are suitable for leisure skiers but the area also offers something for snowboarders. From Campitello you have direct access to the famous Sella Ronda: The 40 km long day trip with skis around the Sella Massif is an absolute must for all ski fans! Numerous huts, the so-called "Rifugi", are situated along the pistes and invite you to relax and sunbathe.

With the Dolomiti Superski lift pass (upgrade available for a fee), you can access not only the Sella Ronda, but also a total of 1,200 kilometres of piste and 450 lifts in 12 ski areas!
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Night skiing Campitello

In Italy there is one or another night ski area in which you can find pistes for night skiing after the regular opening hours. A few kilometres from Campitello di Fassa, the Aloch piste in the Pozza de Fassa Ski Stadium is illuminated every Wednesday and Friday from 19:30 - 22:00 for night skiing. Experienced skiers can look forward to approx. 1.6 km on a red and black piste. The piste is also a popular location for various competitions in slalom, snowboard and carving, and as a training location for professional ski teams. The valid several-day lift pass (Val die Fassa-Carezza, Dolomiti Super Ski or Silver) gives you free access to night skiing. If you do not have a valid lift pass, you can still acquire the night ski pass in resort.

Après ski Campitello

After Canazei, Campitello is the liveliest resort in Val di Fassa and offers a lot of other activities, alongside great ski. Numerous huts tempt you in to relax, whereas later in the evening the bars, pubs and discos come into full swing. Even more party and apres ski can be found in the approx. 2 km distant Canazei, where the bars and discos provide fun until late into the night. Top locations are e.g. "Paradis", "Cliff", "Lieber Augustin" and "La Montanara". Wallowers will find lovely restaurants, which invite to try the national and regional specialities.

There are also lots of leisure activities for you to do: sports fans can make use of the sports centre with climbing wall, curling lanes and natural ice rink. Toboggan fans will find many nice runs to try out - in Canazei you can even enjoy tobogganing until late into the night. Nobody however should miss out on the masked parade that takes place on Fasching Sunday. Let yourself get carried away!

Snowpark: Campitello

The ski area "Val di Fassa-Carezza" is a real paradise for freestylers. It offers you the choice between several fun parks. The Dolomiti Park, for instance, lies directly in the middle of the ski area Belvedere. 3 different kicker lines - for beginners, intermediates, and pros - are available here, as well as a jibbing area with boxes, rails and corners, a slope style run and a big Airbag.

The new Buffaure Park, which can be reached via the Pozza-Buffaure gondola offers an Easy- and Medium line with various kickers, rails, boxes and tanks.

At the Karerpass, freestylers can let loose in the Christomannos snow park. The highlight of the park is its amazing panorama and the fact that it is located in an area that was labelled a World Heritage natural site.The view of Latemar and the Rosengarten guarantees unique photo sessions. This park offers various boxes and rails.

Is the Val di Fassa-Carezza ski area not right for you? Then have a look here instead: Ski areas Italy

Expert rating report Val di Fassa-Carezza

The rating report Val di Fassa-Carezza comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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(4.2 out of 5 stars)

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