Ski holidays in the Ladin valley in Val di Fassa - Trentino alto Adige

Between designed hairpin bends and comfortable valley bottoms, tunnels and mini-circuits that avoid the passage in the inhabited centers, arriving in Trentino alto Adige and in Val di Fassa, is really a convenience!

There are so many itineraries and routes that you can follow during your stay, from San Martino di Castrozza and Passo Valparola crossing Val di Fassa, Val Gardena and Alta Badia!

In fact, just before arriving in Bellamonte, you will find the lifts of the Alpe Lusia ski area, sunny and quiet, just 20 minutes drive from the hotel Cima Dodici. And past Predazzo, you will enter our magnificent valley, the Val di Fassa, which for its landscapes and its uniqueness is loved by all its guests in every season! The views will also be able to attract less attentive glances, thanks to the rocky façades of the Rosengaarten, Sass Pordoi and the majestic Marmolada. Our Ladin land is strongly attached to the traditions and origins of the territory. In fact you will notice how signs and signs are often still written in the original language, Ladin.

And even restaurants, pizzerias, menus and typical Ladin products! And we too have always loved the combination of modernity and our tradition, in fact every week we organize theme evenings and events with typical Ladin tasting menus, to let our guests know about our traditions.

To learn more about our origins, we invite you to visit the Ladin de Fascia Museum near our hotel, right here in Vigo di Fassa.

It tells of customs, traditions, customs and distant origins, but also the evolution of different productions and the arts.

Set up and curated in collaboration with the architect Ettore Sottsass, the Ladin de Fascia Museum also contains works by Milo Manara that represent characters from the Fassana mythology such as witches and salvans.

In Pera di Fassa then, which is about 30 minutes from the hotel Cima Dodici, you can visit the old mill belonging to the nineteenth century, with two millstones for cereals and a brillantoio for barley.

But in Val di Fassa, in the heart of Trentino Alto Adige, it will be a real treat to treat yourself to a few days of relaxation and sport in the Dolomites: our valley awaits you with over 230 km of ski slopes and it is certainly worth dedicating a day with skis on your feet to cover all the famous Tour of the 4 Passes, also known as Sellaronda!