Campitello and Canazei is one of the most famous ski areas in Italy for Scandinavians. The ski area is part of the Dolomiti Superski and the area of Belvedere is part of the famous Sella Ronda ski piste.
Canazei is located in 1460 metres altitude and Campitello is at 1,40 metres altitude and the ski slopes go up as far as 2681 metres. This enormous area offers enough space for everyone, and there are plenty of lifts. Snow is pretty much guaranteed because of the snow cannons. From the top of Belvedere, there is a very long descent to Arabba from where you can get to Corvara. Alternatively, you can take on Campitello and on to Passo Sella then to Val Gardena.
Vigo di Fassa is a traditional South Tyrolean village, and in the valley of Val di Fassa where Italian is the main language. The valley is also known for its old crafts and traditions that are still alive and well.
For Campitello you can arrive by plane to either Venice (3½ hours) or Milan (4½ hours) and / or by car via the Brenner motorway to Ora, up through Cavalese and Predazzo through Fassa Valley, bring snow chains for these roads.
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