Hotels Val di Fiemme

A famous and appreciated Alpine valley which attracts tourists from all over the world, Val di Fiemme is one of the most beautiful winter resorts of the surrounding area. It is surrounded by impressive mountain ranges and peaks which are provided with all necessary equipments to perform skiing, climbing and further exciting winter sports. Not to be missed are Latemar, the ideal destination for those interested in making adventurous excursions since scattered with plenty of comfortable shelters, Alpe di Lusia, which gathers 8 modern ski-lift facilities, and Lagorai and the high Cima di Cece, which gathers long slopes and trekking trials. Cima d’Asta, situated 2.847 metres above sea level, is the highest peak of the Fiemme Dolomites.

Unlike most nearby Alpine peaks, the rocks of this picturesque stretch of the Dolomites are mostly made of granite and porphyry, thus being rougher and wilder.
Val di Fiemme includes eleven municipalities. Cavalese, situated 1.000 metres above sea level, is the chief town of the region and gathers well-equipped ski slopes and trekking trials. Most visitors come to climb to the top of Mount Cermis, whose facilities belong to the Dolomiti Superski circuit, while its cross-country slopes are the finishing line of the famous Marcialonga competition.

2 kilometres far from Cavalese, Varena leads to the charming plateau of Passo di Lavazè, a real paradise for skiers since provided with 80 kilometres of cross-country and Alpine skiing slopes. The nearby Carano is a small Alpine village situated in a privileged panoramic position. Its ancient core, dominated by the XII-century Church of St. Nicolò, together with the impressive mountain ranges of Lagorai and Pale di San Martino, make it a traditional tourist destination.

Heading east, the small municipality of Tesero is famous for the sporting events it hosts regularly, such as several competitions of Nordic Skiing World Cup and important stages of The Giro, which were repeatedly hosted in one of its highest peaks, Alpe di Pampeago ( 1757 metres above sea level).  The nearby Ziano di Fiemme, which is well connected with modern ski-lift facilities, is a traditional tourist mecca for both excursionists and climbers who are interested in exploring the route with fixed ropes and iron steps which leads to the top of Punta Polse (1450 metres above sea level).

Not to be missed is the municipality of Predazzo, the largest one in Val di Fiemme which connects it with the nearby Primiero valley. Provided with modern winter facilities and situated a short distance from the important skiing districts of Bellamonte-Lusia, Rolle and Feudo-Latemar, Predazzo is an appreciated holiday destination during summer too, since it gathers the lush Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino Natural Park and exciting trekking trials and both cycling and riding itineraries.