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Campitello di Fassa Resort Overview

Located in the heart of the Dolomites, Campitello di Fassa is a charming Italian ski resort in the Val di Fassa region. Its altitude ranges from 1,448m to 2,950m, offering breathtaking panoramic views and excellent snow conditions. The resort is part of the vast Sella Ronda ski area, providing access to a staggering 1220km of skiable terrain.

The picturesque village offers an array of accommodation options, from traditional chalets and comfortable hotels to self-catered apartments, making it a popular choice for families, couples and groups of friends. The ski season in Campitello di Fassa typically runs from early December to mid-April, ensuring a generous window for your winter getaway.

Skiing in Campitello di Fassa

With 36km of pisted terrain, Campitello di Fassa caters to skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. The local ski area, Col Rodella, provides access to 18 lifts and a multitude of runs, while the Sella Ronda ski pass allows you to explore further afield.

For beginners, the wide, gentle slopes at the Pradel plateau are ideal for making those first turns. Intermediate skiers can enjoy the variety of red runs, such as the Tramans and the Col Rodella descent which offers stunning views of the Sassolungo massif.

Advanced skiers will relish the challenge of the black run down the Val Lasties or the thrilling off-piste skiing opportunities in the nearby Marmolada glacier. Freestyle enthusiasts aren’t forgotten either, with a superb snowpark offering jumps, rails and boxes.

Is Campitello di Fassa Family-friendly?

Campitello di Fassa is an excellent ski resort for families, offering a safe, friendly atmosphere, a good selection of family-sized accommodation and an array of non-skiing activities. Children will love the dedicated kids’ areas on the slopes, while the indoor climbing centre and ice rink offer fun alternatives to skiing. The resort also offers discounted lift passes for children and seniors.

Après-Ski Scene in Campitello di Fassa

After the slopes close, Campitello di Fassa offers a relaxed après-ski scene, with a selection of bars and pubs where you can enjoy a well-earned drink. For a more lively experience, visit the neighbouring resort of Canazei, known for its vibrant nightlife.

Dining in Campitello di Fassa

Italian cuisine is renowned worldwide, and the restaurants in Campitello di Fassa certainly live up to this reputation. Try traditional Trentino dishes at El Pael, or enjoy a gourmet experience at the Michelin star-awarded El Molin. For hearty mountain food with a side of stunning views, head to Rifugio Friedrich August.

How to Get to Campitello di Fassa

The easiest way to reach Campitello di Fassa from the UK is to fly. The three closest airports are Verona (2h 30m), Venice Marco Polo (3h) and Innsbruck in Austria (2h 30m). Regular bus and taxi services connect these airports to the resort. If you’re driving, there’s ample parking available in the resort, and regular ski buses run between the villages in the Val di Fassa.

Campitello di Fassa Insider Tips

  • Don’t miss the traditional Ladin cuisine at the rustic Rifugio Salei.
  • Enjoy a moonlit ski on the Col Rodella slopes every Wednesday.
  • Treat yourself to a spa day at the Dòlaondes wellness centre in Canazei.
  • Take a break from skiing and try ice climbing at the indoor artificial wall.


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