Val di Fassa Advanced Skiing

Of 122km of piste in Val di Fassa, just 11 km are designated black runs so there’s not much challenging on-piste skiing, but there are ample opportunities to ski off-piste in Val di Fassa, including superb descents from the top of the Sass Pordoi cable car (2,950m).

While advanced or expert skiers would not choose Val di Fassa on the basis of the statistics alone, it's important always to remember the Canazei - Campitello connection with the mighty Dolomiti Superski region, where 20% of pistes are designated black. And, of course, other reasons to visit include magical mountain scenery, good food and la dolce vita.

Spring is when Val di Fassa's off-piste really comes into its own, but unless you know the area and conditions well the ski area is best explored with an instructor from one of the local ski schools or hire an independent mountain guide.

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