SlopesBelvedere/Col Rodella/Ciampac/Buffaure – Canazei/Campitello/Alba/Pozza di Fassa
Runs/ski slopes Belvedere/Col Rodella/Ciampac/Buffaure – Canazei/Campitello/Alba/Pozza di Fassa
The largest ski resort in the Val di Fassa offers wide slopes of all difficulty levels. The majority of the slopes are intermediate and there are only a few easy slopes. The beautiful panorama accompanies you throughout the ski day. The Sella Ronda also leads through the Val di Fassa. This unique tour around the Sellastock provides a direct connection to the slopes in the ski regions of Gröden (Val Gardena), Arabba/Marmolada and Alta Badia. There are practice slopes in almost all villages in the valley.
Total: 55.2 km
The ski resort is located directly along the famous Sella Ronda and its over 500 km of slopes.
Artificial snow-making 99 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs lead to Canazei, Pozza di Fassa and Alba di Fassa. You must take the lift down to Alba di Fassa from the Belvedere. There is also no valley run to Campitello.
above tree line
under tree line
Belvedere-Canazei · Length 6.8 km · Elevation difference 1003 m
Col de Valvacin-Pozza di Fassa · Length 5 km · Elevation difference 1108 m
Most difficult run
Vulcano · Length 2 km · Elevation difference 722 m This difficult slope leads from the Buffaure mountain station to the Pozza di Fassa base station.
Sass Becè-Lupo Bianco (Pian Frataces)
Ciampac-Alba di Canazei
Suggested routes through ski resort
Ski tour Panorama
Saas Becè Tour
Snow park/Fun park
Public race course with time measurement - Sasso di Rocca (Ciampac)