30 centimetres of snow fell this week in Val di Fassa, adding to an existing base of 30 centimetres.
Image from November 16, Val di Fassa via Facebook.
The season kicks off next weekend – 25 November – with the opening of a selection of runs in the Alpe Lusia-San Pellegrino ski area, where the cable car takes you to 2500 metres. Next to open will be Carezza on the first weekend of December followed on December 6 by the Val di Fassa ski areas of Pozza, Vigo, Canazei and our home area, Campitello.
The Sella Ronda is also scheduled to open on December 6.
It’s going to be a great season. Can’t wait to make first tracks in December.
Check out these images from the last 2 weeks. Lots of beautiful white stuff.
Sassolungo, Nov 6 webcam via Val di Fassa Lift Facebook
Passo Pordoi, Nov 6 webcam via Val di Fassa Lift Facebook
Catinaccio, Nov 6 webcam via Val di Fassa Lift Facebook
Buffaure, Nov 6 webcam via Val di Fassa Lift Facebook
We agree, although we’d like to keep it our secret!
The sauna at the Rifugio Lagazuoi is the highest sauna in the Dolomites and sits perched on the mountain top with breathtaking views of the UNESCO World Heritage Area.
Cortina Tourism called it “the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes. The refuge, run by the Pompanin Family, offers a feast for the palate as well as for the eyes with a menu full of local delicacies. Do not miss the polenta with venison, the barley soup or the sweet “kaiserschmarren” – a local crêpe served with jam – of which Guido Pompanin, the owner, is particularly proud.”
I couldn’t agree more. And nothing beats waking to fresh tracks the next day with kilometres of perfectly groomed pistes ahead of you.
Our Overnight Ski Safari to Lagazuoi can be added to your stay with us, whether you are joining a Guided Ski Week or skiing independently.