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Campitello di Fassa is an awe-inspiring resort equipped with a dynamic ambience and spectacular skiing. The resort sits at an altitude of 1,448m and belongs to the renowned Dolomiti Superski area, offering an extensive 1,200km of skiable terrain. Campitello di Fassa also hosts the Col Rodella, a remarkable peak, which at 2,483m provides breathtaking views across the Val di Fassa.

Boasting an efficient and broad lift system, and connected to the neighbouring resort of Canazei, there is an abundance of terrain to explore. With a good mix of runs suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers, Campitello di Fassa offers exhilarating runs and off-piste skiing, alongside plenty of beginner-friendly areas.

Campitello di Fassa Ski Area

The ski area in Campitello di Fassa is made up of two main areas; the Col Rodella, which can be accessed directly from the town centre, and the Sella Ronda circuit, which is accessible from the Col Rodella. The ski area in Campitello di Fassa consists of a wide variety of runs, with approximately 15% green, 40% blue, 35% red and 10% black.

Beginner Skiing in Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa provides a variety of nursery slopes and gentle runs suitable for beginners. The high-quality snow conditions make it a perfect learning ground. There are two main nursery slopes, one in the village and one at the top of the Col Rodella cable car. Once you’ve gained confidence, there are designated beginner areas to explore, such as Pradel and Rodella. The easier runs in Campitello di Fassa tend to be at higher altitudes, so we advise taking the lifts back down if you’re still building confidence. Campitello di Fassa benefits from highly skilled ski instructors who can guide beginners to the best areas for their ability and help them to quickly advance their skiing technique.

Intermediate Skiing in Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa is an exceptional resort for intermediate skiers looking to challenge themselves and progress their skills. With an abundance of blue and red runs, adventurous intermediate skiers will be spoilt for choice. The Sella Ronda circuit is a great spot for intermediate skiers, with plenty of wide, sweeping blues to glide along. A favourite run in this area for intermediate skiers is the Col Rodella red run, a thrilling descent with breathtaking views. There are plenty of challenging blues and reds to push yourself on in Campitello di Fassa, however, do keep in mind the grading system can be more challenging compared to other resorts in Italy.

Advanced Skiing in Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa has a well-deserved reputation as a prime resort for advanced skiers. With challenging terrain to explore, it offers a thrilling skiing experience. A popular run is the black piste on the Col Rodella, known for its demanding incline and stunning panoramic views. For an even more challenging run, head to the Belvedere area and try the Pordoi black run, a thrilling descent that will certainly get your heart pumping!

Off-piste Skiing in Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa is a paradise for advanced skiers and offers some of the best off-piste skiing in Italy. From steep chutes to snowy bowls, there is much off-piste terrain to discover. One of the most popular off-piste areas for experienced skiers is the Val Lasties, which starts on the Marmolada glacier and descends into the Sella Ronda circuit. If you are venturing off-piste we recommend heading out early if you want fresh tracks, and always book a local guide or instructor who is equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to keep you safe.


Regardless of your skill level, Campitello di Fassa offers something for every type of skier. To make the most of your trip, we recommend booking an instructor who can help you discover the best runs for your skill level and enhance your experience on the slopes. So why wait? Start planning your unforgettable skiing adventure in Campitello di Fassa today!