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Val di Fassa

Prices from £849
All inclusive school ski trips

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Resort runs

Total runs: 200km (1200km)
Top lift: 2950m (3334m)
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Resort information

Resort height: 1460m
Vertical drop: 1490m
Lift pass: Val di Fassa – Carezza (upgrade possible to Dolimiti Superski)
Glacier: Yes (Marmolada)
Travel by coach: 17hrs from Calais
Travel by air:
Verona (3hrs)
Venice (3hrs)
Milan Bergamo (4hrs)
Innsbruck (3hrs)

Think unmistakably Italian ski resorts and the positive images conjured up will probably match what Val di Fassa has to offer – an authentic Italian atmosphere and welcome combined with some top-class skiing.  Our range of high-standard and cosy accommodation in and around the beautiful village of Canzei offer a welcome retreat, with tasty Italian food to boot!  Add to this a small upgrade to the Dolomiti Superski and there you have the largest ski area in Europe in one ski pass!

 

The skiing…

Val di Fassa offers some of the best skiing in Italy, with over 200km of slopes included on your Val di Fassa-Carezza lift pass, which includes the beautiful  Marmolada glacier for snow-sure skiing from November-mid-April.  Ski Adaptable love Val di Fassa – why, well it offers something for everyone, some of the best beginner and progression runs you will find from Canzei in addition to amazing intermediate and advanced runs that allow you to put some miles under your skis.

Val di Fassa is a combination of 7 resorts, many of which are interlinked, stretching across the UNESCO world heritage Sella Massif mountain range – distinctly Dolomites in shape and scale.  Most beginners will start at the village slopes of Canzei before heading up the Belvedere Gondola, where beginners will find the wide and inviting runs of Pecol.  These are some of the best beginner runs on offer in Italy.  For the more intermediate in your group there is direct access to the famous Sella Ronda from Canzei.  The Sella Ronda is a 36km route that encircles the UNESCO Sella Masif, a fanous circuit skiable in a day.  In addition to the Sella Ronda, the more advanced can also enjoy some testing technical and fast runs across the region, including the Mens Downhill runs in Val Gardena and La Villa, in addition to some of the most challenging runs in the Dolomites at nearby Arabba.

For those who want even more slopes, and a tale to tell, an upgrade is available to the huge ‘Dolomiti Superski’, which combines 12 easily accessible resorts and a whopping 1,200km of pistes to explore, over 800km of which are connected by lifts! – all in one single ski pass.
 

The snowfall…

In short, quantity of snow is not something you need to worry about in Val di Fassa and Dolomiti Superski.  The region often records some of the highest snowfall in Europe combined with glacial at Marmolada skiing for snow-sure skiing.  There is also over 90% artificial snow coverage which adds even more snow security.


Off the slopes…


In Val di Fassa, the fun does not stop at the end of the ski day.  Options including indoor ice skating, bowling, night skiing, snow-shoeing, ice hockey matches, cross-country skiing and swimming are all easily accessible and affordable add-ons.  In addition, many of our accommodation options will be happy to host quiz or disco nights to ensure a jam-packed school ski trip week!  Add to this some stunning, charming villages, great onsite facilities in our hotels and superb cuisine and this has to be up there on your ‘to-do’ list for your next school ski trip.

 

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