Val di Fassa

Val di Fassa

-1346 - 2433m

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We found 442 accommodations in Val di Fassa starting at €46 per night

Sella Brunech - 2433 m
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Sella Brunech 2433m
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Pozza di Fassa 1346m
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Wind past 14 days

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Meteo Essentials

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Exposition

Between the Piz Boe and the Monte Marmolada you find the Val di Fassa. Because of its inner alpine situation the snow remains fresh here for a long time. South of the main alpine ridge the snow here comes from a southerly direction. Starting mid-January the conditions are good in Val Mezdi, mid-February is when the couloirs are getting into shape. Make sure you'll go here during a southerly winter and you'll fall in love with the Dolomites. During northerly winters you won't be finding anything but artificial snow.

With bad weather

You come here for the couloirs, not for the trees. But in case you won't to be here in time, and you're looking to do some tree-runs with bad visibility you want to be under the Pian Fractaces Gherecia gondola.

Best period

  • nov
  • dec
  • jan
  • feb
  • mar
  • apr

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PowderQuest updates

  • Val di Fassa
    1 year ago
    • 40 cm
    • Breeze
    • Powder
    • Crowded
    Feels like spring.
  • Val di Fassa
    1 year ago
    • 40 cm
    • Breeze
    • Powder
    • Crowded
  • Val di Fassa
    1 year ago
    • 40 cm
    • Breeze
    • Icy
    • First tracks
  • Val di Fassa
    1 year ago
    • 40 cm
    • Breeze
    • Icy
    • First tracks
    These nigth in Moena!! ❄️
  • Val di Fassa
    1 year ago
    • 0 cm
    • No wind
    • Icy
    • Crowded
    It stop raining and it started with the snow ❄️❄️
  • Val di Fassa
    1 year ago
    • 0 cm
    • No wind
    • Packed snow
    • Few tracks
    Great artificial snow and beat weather condition ever
  • Val di Fassa
    2 years ago
    • 10 cm
    • No wind
    • Slush
    • First tracks
    Refugio Maria integrale
  • Val di Fassa
    3 years ago
    • 20 cm
    • Breeze
    • Slush
    • Crowded

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Airport
Train station
Liftpas per day EUR 42,-
Liftpas per week EUR 218,-

Terrain and overgrowth

Rocks Rocks
Bare Bare

Type of area

Classic Classic

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Val di Fassa
Strèda Roma, 36 I
38032 Canazei
0039 0462 60950
info@fassa.com
http://www.fassa.com
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