Val di Fiemme: championship-quality skiing in the Dolomites
Ski resort:
Val di Fiemme

Val di Fiemme in brief


Visit Val di Fiemme for forest views, steep runs, excellent cross-country skiing, night-time skiing, great apres-ski and the alpine coaster.

Resort name:

Val di Fiemme


Trentino, Italy

Nearest airport:

Bolzano Airport

Transfer time:

1 hr (by car)


Ranges from 860 m to 2,600 m (slopes)

Total ski runs:

100 km

Beginner runs:


Intermediate runs:


Advanced runs:



Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, ski touring, snowshoeing, ice skating, hiking

Did you know?

There are 60 million trees in the Val di Fiemme region - around 20 for every tourist who visits the area.


Skiing in Val di Fiemme


Val di Fiemme offers a beautiful forested setting for skiing for all abilities in the Dolomites. The area has a wide choice of slopes that are split across five ski areas and served by 50 lifts. It’s also known for its 150 km of cross-country trails, which have played a part in three Nordic World Ski Championships.

The Alpe Cermis ski area has 26 km of pistes mostly geared towards beginners and intermediate skiers, although there are also 5 km of black runs for expert skiers to enjoy. Alpe Cermis has one of the most famous slopes in Val di Fiemme, the 7.5 km Olimpia, which descends 1.4 km and is claimed to be the most beautiful ski run in Trentino.

With 48 km of runs, the Skicenter Latemar ski area is the biggest ski area in Val di Fiemme-Obereggen. The pistes are heavily weighted towards intermediate skiers - two-thirds of the runs here are red - and includes a long run at 3.1 km (Tresca) and the Pala di Santa run, which is the steepest in the ski area.

Alpe Lusia is one of the more famous ski areas in Val di Fiemme, as it’s also accessed by skiers with passes for Trevalli and the wider Dolomiti Superski area. Expert skiers will want to have a look at three of its most notable black runs. The steep Piavac run takes skiers from an altitude of 2,196 m to 1,769 m, while La Direttissima Le Cune is also very steep to begin with. Fiamme Oro is nicely long and varied, offering plenty of interest for experienced skiers.

The Passo Rolle ski area offers excellent snow thanks to its 2,000 m altitude and has 15 km of slopes, including runs approved for use in international competitions. It’s also just 9 km from another ski area, San Martino di Castrozza, which offers access to another 45 km of skiing.

Finally, the Oclini ski area is the place to go for cross-country skiing enthusiasts, as it has 80 km of trails and is part of the SuperNordicSkipass circuit.




Phtoto credit ©Dolomitisuperski/Val di Fiemme


Apartments Villa Mirabell 
Residence Maso Chelò 
Hotel Orso Grigio 
Hotel Latemar 
Hotel Garnì Edy 
Ancora Hotel  






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