what can you do?

WINTER

What to do in winter? Skiing and much more:

  • The Fiemme-Obereggen skipass gives you access to the following ski areas - Ski Center Latemar, Alpe Cermis, Alpe Lusia, Passo Lavazè and Passo Rolle. 110km of ski slopes in total.

  • Freestylers can have fun in two snowparks: at Alpe di Pampego and Alpe Lusia.
    A half-pipe for expert users is in Pampeago.

  • The Dolomiti SuperSkipass gives you access to more than 1200k of ski slopes: Cortina d’Ampezzo, Kronplatz, Alta Badia, Val Gardena, Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa, Carezza, Arabba, Marmolada, 3 Cime, Val di Fiemme, Obereggen, San Martino di Castrozza/ Passo Rolle, Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino, Civetta and Valle Isarco.

  • At Alpe Cermis and Obereggen you can go skiing and sledding at the night on these illuminated ski slopes:
    Obereggen – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays – 19.00 – 22.00
    Alpe Cermis – on Wednesdays and Fridays – 19.30 – 22.30

  • At a few kilometres, in Cavalese, you can go clubbing – coffee bars, discos, pubs and restaurants. There are also an Ice Stadium open all year and swimming pools of different kinds.

  • On Mondays at 21:30 at Obereggen you can assist at the Ski School DemoShow to have party all night long.

  • Val di Fiemme is the cross-country ski Mecca. The facilities are in Lago di Tesero – the only resort to boast three world championsions – and Passo Lavazè.

  • Who loves nature in general can go snowshoeing on courses of different difficulty levels in the natural parks of Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino and Monte Corno.

  • To feel the harmony with our mountains you can go for easy hikes or for more difficult treks, but be equipped with the most adequate gear.

SUMMER

When the snow melts down, our valley changes and offers the visitors plentiful summer activities:

  • There are many equipped via ferrata at high altitudes for expert trekkers.

  • There are many signalled paths to go for easy and pleasant walks with your children.

  • During the summertime the ski lifts are open to reach the tops easily and enjoy fantastic views all around.

  • In the valley there is an over 50km cycling route and dedicated services such as bike and e-bike rentals and bike shuttles. You can take a ski lift to enjoy great downhills riding your bike. At Passo Pordoi there is a downhill route which gets to Canazei. Not far from there, in Campitello, there is a downhill bike park.

  • In addition, in Val di Fiemme you can: horse riding, rafting, climbing, paragliding, fishing, bow shooting, mushroom regulated picking, tennis playing, swimming, SPAs, gyms, sports centres, sports fields, athletics tracks.

  • Val di Fiemme is a great tourism resort for families. There are amusement parks, acroparks, museums, natural parks and an observatory where the little scientists can unleash their creativity. They organize many guided excursions and lots of educational events for children.

  • Val di Fiemme is situated in a strategic position to reach prestigious towns: at 40km to Bolzano, 70km to Trento, 153km to Innsbruck, 160km to Verona and 180km to Venice. At 100km there is Garda Lake, famous for windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and flyboarding.

  • A real paradise for bikers, you just need to choose. Follow your bliss in every ride.