Cavalese is the main city of the Val di Fiemme, which stretches along the border with the province of Alto Adige. The valley is surrounded by the Lagorai (south) and Latemar (north) mountain ranges of the Dolomites. There are more than 100 km of ski slopes, 50 lifts and 150 km of flat skiing. In addition, Val di Fiemme is part of the vast Dolomiti Superski ski region, which unites 12 ski resorts in the Dolomites with 1200 km of ski slopes laid at altitudes from 1500 to 3269 m, and 450 ski lifts. Dolomiti Superski covers the ski resorts of the Trentino-Alto Adige and Veneto regions. This is the largest ski area in the world.
According to The Internet FAQs, Cavalese is located at an altitude of 1000 m and surrounded by 4 ski areas: Alpe Cermis, Latemar, Bellamonte Alpe Lusia and the Lavace Oclini pass, you can ride on the slopes of which you can use the Val di Fiemme Obereggen ski pass. In Cavaleseare the main infrastructure of the Val di Fiemme: hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs, cinema, swimming pool, tennis court, ice stadium and ski schools. In winter, Cavalese becomes a starting point for skiing, and in summer it is a great place for hiking (about 30 km of hiking trails are laid in the vicinity of the city). Beyond the mountain landscapes in Cavalese of interest is the medieval palace of the Palazzo della Community, where the summer residence of the archbishops of Trentino was previously located, and now there is a small museum with a collection of paintings by local artists of the 18th century, and the ancient church of Saint Vagilio. A funicular runs from Cavalese to the Alpe Cermis ski area, where 21 km of ski slopes are laid up to an altitude of 2250 m and 8 lifts operate. Most of the tracks are “blue” and “red”, but there is also the famous “black” track “Olympia”, which is divided into 3 sections. The total length of the track is 7200 m, and the elevation difference is 1350 m. Also in Alpe-Chermis there is a ski school and an extensive children’s park “Chermislandia”.
, where the Center for Flat Skiing is located with 40 km of marked trails, some of which are illuminated at night. In 1991 and 2003 Tesero hosted the World Ski Championships.
Cross-country skiers can go from Cavalese to the Lavace Cross-Country Center, located further north in another area of the Lavace-Oklini pass., which is distinguished by its picturesque landscapes. Here you will find 80 km of flat trails that pass through dense forests. Ski slopes are laid on the slopes of the mountains Corno Bianco (2316 m) and Cima Rocca (2440 m) at altitudes of 1769 – 2151 m, there are 5 km of slopes in total (2 “red” and 3 “blue”), 5 lifts operate. In Lavac-Oklini there is a ski school, equipment rental and a snow park with 3 tracks for tobogganing, bobsledding and inflatable sledges.
Near Lavace Oclini is the most extensive ski area of Val di Fiemme – Latemar, which unites the three villages of Obereggen (1550 m), Pampeago (1757 m) and Predazzo (1018 m). In Latemar, 44 km of slopes have been laid, 18 lifts are operating. Most of the pistes are located in Pampeago, mostly red and black pistes, among which is the most difficult track “Agnello” 2600 m long (altitude difference – 420 m). An abundance of “blue” trails can be found in Obereggen. There is also a children’s park, a snowpark and a halfpipe for snowboarders and a toboggan run. There are 4 tracks in Predazzo, there is a ski jumping stadium with an area of 30 thousand square meters. m and track for tabbagan.
Southeast of Predazzo at an altitude of 1550-2340 m is the fourth ski area of Val di Fiemme – Bellamonte Alpe Lusia which is more suitable for beginner skiers. Skiers are offered 24 km of pistes, most of which are blue, 8 ski lifts, a snow park with a halfpipe, a kindergarten and interesting cross-country skiing circuits.
Bellamonte Alpe Lusia is located on the border of the Paneveggio Natural Park, which extends over an area of 19100 hectares along the borders with the Veneto region on the slopes of the Lagorai (2754 m) and Pale di San Martino (2939 m) mountain ranges. On the territory of the park you can see glaciers, high cliffs, forests, alpine meadows and pastures, turbulent mountain rivers and swamps. In addition, the park has several ski centers with 90 km of ski slopes, about 30 ski lifts and 30 km of flat skiing. The largest of these is San Martino di Castrozza .