Find out what to do in Moena in the winter:
lots of fun
As well as in summer, also in winter there are many activities that can be practiced in Val di Fassa!
Val di Fassa is part of the Dolomiti Superski - the largest ski carousel in the world - and offers over 2000 km of slopes divided into 7 areas: Moena - Alpe Lusia, Passo San Pellegrino - Falcade, Vigo di Fassa - Catinaccio, Carezza, Buffaure - Ciampac, Belvedere - Col Rodella - Passo Pordoi, Passo Fedaia - Marmolada.
Val di Fassa is connected to the Sellaronda, the famous "four steps" tour: Sella, Gardena, Campolongo and Pordoi.
From Moena, the three easiest ski resorts to get to are:
- Alpe Lusia > 4 km
- Latemar (Stalimen area - Predazzo) > 7 km
- San Pellegrino (connected to the Alpe Lusia ski area with ski bus) > 11 km
In Val di Fassa, fans of Nordic skiing can use four base areas:
- Passo San Pellegrino - Alochet
- Pozza di Fassa
- Mazzin - Campitello di Fassa
Over 50km of paths, surrounded by attractive scenery which resembles Northern Europe!
Every year, on the last Sunday of January, a thousand athletes meet in Moena to participate on the legendary Marcialonga. This is the only “Gran Fondo” in the Alps, and has reached the same level of notoriety as the Swedish Vasaloppet: 70km of climbs and descents, starting in Moena and ending in Cavalese with its midpoint at Canazei, passing through all the towns of the Fassa and Fiemme valleys.
Winter hikes or hikes with snowshoes
Walking on snow has a very specific allure. Step by step, you discover unspoilt places, you breathe in the crisp mountain air and you admire the heights of Val di Fassa.
Other winter activities
Val di Fassa is the ideal place to practice many other winter activities: freestyle, freeride, alpine skiing, night skiing and ice climbing.