In winter, the mountains of Val di Fassa turn into a winter sports paradise and offer countless opportunities for recreation and outdoor fun to discover the Dolomites.
The Chalet Miravalle hotel is located in Soraga in the heart of Val di Fassa, in a strategic point for accessing the various ski lifts: from the Alpe Lusia – San Pellegrino to the Buffaure area with direct access to the tour of the 4 passes.
Val di Fassa is one of the most complete and renowned ski areas in the Dolomites with 7 DIFFERENT ZONES.
SKIING and well over 210 km of slopes, connected by skis on foot or by ski bus services.
We always pay attention to families and children in our Val di Fassa offers that are packed with ski kindergartens on the snow, playgrounds on the valley floor, mini-clubs and an indoor Kinderland.
5 ski tours in addition to the Sellaronda (Tour of the four Passes), snow park, 210 km of slopes (in total with the Val di Fassa, Carezza and Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino ski resorts) always in perfect condition, thanks to the advanced programmed snowmaking system, served by modern ski lifts that guarantee fast transport at high altitude.
- Sass Becè
- Alpe Lusia – San Pellegrino
- Grande Guerra
In addition to downhill skiing (we are in the Dolomiti Superski area a few kilometres from the Giro dei 4 Passi) and cross-country skiing in the land of the legendary Marcialonga, in Val di Fassa you can also take breathtaking descents in fresh snow accompanied by local guides, relax walking with snowshoes to reach the most hidden places among the sleepy nature of winter, go back in time with excursions aboard a horse-drawn carriage, try your hand at skating or simply taking a stroll in the snow, listening to the sound of your footsteps
This is a real mountain of pleasures! Ladin cuisine is rich in typical specialities that satisfy even the most refined palates. Now it’s just a matter of deciding how to get there: from a restaurant gourmet or a shelter on the ski slopes?
Après-ski in Val di Fassa is a proper ritual, an appointment so crucial that a day on skis cannot be called such without one. We all sit around a table, with the music to mark the rhythm and have a drink in the company of many other skiers. There are some in every village of the valley and to identify them just follow the crowd.
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