One of the main valleys in the Dolomites, Val di Fiemme runs either side of the Avisio river and covers five ski resorts and two cross-country skiing centres. Situated in between the Lagorai and Latemar mountains, Val di Fiemme is bordered to the west by the Monte Corno Nature Park and to the east by the Paneveggio Nature Park, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Skiing in Val di Fiemme gives you access to over 100 km of downhill slopes in Latemar, Alpe Cermis, Bellamonte-AlpeLusia, Passo Rolle and Oclini. You can also purchase the Dolomiti Superski ski pass, taking your initial 100 km to an incredible 1,200 km. The 7.5 km Olimpia piste on the Cermis mountain offers one of the most breathtaking panoramas around. Night-time skiing is also very popular in the valley. It is possible to ski four evenings a week on the Olimpia 3 run on Alpe Cermis and on the Obereggen run at the Ski Center Latemar.
A mecca for cross-country skiing, Val di Fiemme hosts many important competitions during the winter season, from the Nordic Ski World Cup to the Marcialonga di Fiamma e Fassa. There are also three well-equipped snow parks and two thrilling sledging tracks. In Obereggen, both the 2.5 km sledging track and the snowpark are lit up at night three times a week. A ski pass also gives you access to the ice rink in Cavalese and the outdoor ice rink in Tesero.
When the snow has melted, Val di Femme is just as attractive a proposition. There are plenty of beautiful and interesting hikes to enjoy as well as countless cycling itineraries. From acroparks to rafting and creative workshops, there is plenty to amuse children during the summer months.