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Campitello, Canazei & Arabba

Campitello

Campitello di Fassa

Campitello di Fassa (1,442m) is a typical alpine village in the Fassa Valley, in the heart of the Dolomites. From here we have access to everything the Dolomites have to offer. A new 125-person cablecar takes us 1,000 vertical metres to the Sella Ronda ski region with 200 lifts. Campitello has kept its original charm and ambience but still offers the facilities and luxuries of a modern ski resort: excellent hotels, pensiones and apartments, restaurants, cafes and shops. There are a number of specialty shops, including a supermarket, bank (ATM) and a variety of ski shops and boutiques. Enjoy the afternoon sun at one of the many outdoor cafes and join us in the evenings at Bar Tobia. Nightlife revolves around several village bars and a range of restaurants (nine in total), with other choices in villages just minutes up or down the valley, for example Canazei. The local ski school has several English speaking instructors for which we get excellent feed back from our clients who have used their services. For beginners there are two lifts in the village to master before heading up the mountain.

Campitello Ski Facts

  • Elevation: Top 2,950m. Base 1,450m. Vertical: 1,500m.
  • Longest run 7km.
  • Lifts (Fassa Valley): Including 5 cablecars, 5 gondolas and 17 quad chairs.
  • Slopes: Beginner 20%, Int. 45%, Adv. 35%
  • Ski Hire: Skis, boots & poles from $100 a week
  • Ski Lessons (private): from $50 an hour. http://www.scuolascicampitello.it/en/

Canazei

Canazei

Canazei (1,460m) in the Fassa Valley is the village next to Campitello. It is a larger town, with more restaurants, supermarkets, good shopping and pleasant wine bars. Accommodation is modern and ranges from brand new bed-and-breakfasts and apartments to 4-star hotels. Access to the mountain is on a high-speed 15 person gondola that moves 2,400 skiiers per hour and then links in to the Sella Ronda region. Canazei has a home ski trail that arrives on the edge of the historic part of the village. The local ski school has English speaking instuctors and it also has a small children daily program “Kinderland”.

Canazei Ski Facts

  • Elevation: Top 2,950m. Base 1,460m.
  • Vertical: 1,500m. Longest run 7km.
  • Lifts (Fassa Valley): Including 5 cablecars, 5 gondolas and 17 quad chairs.
  • Slopes: Beginner 20%, Int. 45%, Adv. 35%
  • Ski Hire: Skis, boots & poles $100 a week
  • Ski Lessons (private): from $50 an hour. http://www.scuolascicanazei.com/
  • Kinderland: full day and half day child (4 -12 yrs) care and ski lessons. http://www.scuolascicanazei.com/kinderland.htm

Arabba & Marmolada

arabba

With its traditional feel, Arabba is yet another interesting village on the Sella Ronda circuit. Two high-speed gondolas access some of the most challenging slopes in the region, and all runs lead back down to the village. Arabba is linked to the Marmolada, the highest mountain in the Dolomites. The Marmolada Glacier has the longest run in the region, being 14km in length and offering a 2,000m vertical drop! If that’s not enough, this run is accessed by a NEW three-stage cablecar.

Arabba & Marmolada Ski Facts

  • Elevation: Top 3,260m. Base 1,440m.
  • Vertical: 2000m. Longest run 14km.
  • Slopes: Beginner 10%, Int. 50%, Adv. 40%
  • Ski Hire: Skis, boots & poles $100 a week
  • Lessons (private): $50 an hour.