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  Resort Information
Season December to April
Nearest Airport Munich or Innsbruck
Ski Area 115km or 1200 on the Dolomiti Pass
Ski Lifts 24
Ski Runs 33
Longest Run 7km
Resort Height 1450m
Snowball Ratings
Beginners 3.5 / 5
Intermediates 5 / 5
Experts 4.5 / 5
Families 5 / 5
Nightlife 4 / 5
Affordability 4 / 5
Non Ski Activities 4 / 5

Campitello di Fassa was the first tourist-mountaineering centre in the Val di Fassa and is a departure point for nearly all the explorations and conquests of the neighbouring Dolomite mountains. Today's Campitello di Fassa lies on the "Strada delle Dolomiti" road and is dominated by the imposing mass of Sassolungo and by Col Rodella (2404 m), from where you can admire one of the most picturesque landscapes in the Dolomite range. The summit can be reached directly from the village with a fast, high capacity cable-car giving you access to over 1200km of pistes on the one ski pass. 

In winter, having reached the summit, you can choose from the many skiing opportunities offered by the Col Rodella/Belvedere ski circuit. The circuit is served by state of the art ski-lifts as well as a modern system of programmed snow, guaranteeing maximum ski-run availability right from the start of the season. From Col Rodella you can also reach the ski-lifts and ski-runs which, from Passo Sella in the direction of Val Gardena, join the renowned Sellaronda circuit, also accessible from the Canazei ski-run.

The Fassa Valley’s skiing really does have something for everyone with a wide choice of friendly intimate ski areas, suitable for all levels of ability. It does not always follow though that the larger areas have the toughest skiing as one of the smaller sections above Alba has a third of its 15km graded as black including the 3km long Pista Clampac with a 660m vertical.All of the areas are linked by a free ski bus so if you ski back to Canazei then you can easily get back to Campitello.

You can literally ski the 3 different provinces in the one day on the famous Sell Ronda ski circuit.Start in Trentino,lunch in Veneto and return home through Alto Adige.You can ski the world famous downhill course at Val Gardena, ski from the top of the Dolomites on the Marmolada mountain, the highest in the region or do your own ski safari to Lagazoul, the mountain hotel perched high on a ridge overlooking Cortina…Wow!!

Off piste routes are significant and varied, as well as popular but it is wise to seek advice or a guide before venturing out onto said terrain.The best runs would be the Laste/Lusia,Saas Pordoi over at the Marmolada glacier and at Passo Pelligrino/Col Margherita.Generally we find people have high expectations of skiing the Dolomites and generally we find they are met or exceeded.

Apres ski and nightlife varies from quiet midweek, with the odd hot spot, to frequently lively at the weekends. The Il Pavone disco pub is usually one of the liveliest venues in town or Bar Tobia. In nearby Pozza there's also the Poub Miro - well worth the visit but Campitello arguably gives you more of the Italian flavour to savour than its larger neighbours, with a few nice bars and cafes to explore.Pop over to the next village at Canazei too for a night out.Nightlife is a generally a tad more subdued than Austria!.


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