Campitello di Fassa, in the famous Dolomites, sits in the shadow of the picturesque Sassolungo mountain range. With an elevation of 2,950 metres, this alpine resort is guaranteed to deliver fantastic snow cover and spectacular views at every turn. And, because it’s included in the Fassa Valley’s giant Dolomiti Super-ski ticket, you’ll have access to around 1200 km of trails. The longest groomer in Campitello is a thigh burning 7km! This historic resort offers traditional charm, fantastic snow and a variety of accommodation to suit your budget and your group. The region of Campitello is renowned for its amazing foods and wines, so be sure to frequent the restaurants while you’re here and enjoy the smattering of lively bars that will keep you entertained throughout the night.
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AccommodationAs you’d expect, in and around the charming alpine town of Campitello you’ll find a wide range of modern hotels, pensiones and apartments, all within an easy walk of the slopes, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.
Skiing & BoardingCampitello is included in the Fassa Valley’s giant Dolomiti Super-ski ticket – the world's largest fully interchangeable lift pass covering around 1,200 km of trails connected by around 500 lifts and 50 villages. Resorts in the Fassa Valley are all linked by a free ski bus – from Campitello, you can easily reach the ski area of Col Rodella-Sella Pass. Campitello itself is surrounded by the picturesque Sassolungo mountain range, which assures you of breath taking views from every turn. With its long, perfectly groomed trails, Campitello is the place to perfect your turns – don’t hold back from completing the longest run of all, which is a thigh burning 7km! There is also 70kms of cross country trails to explore.
ActivitiesFrom Campitello it’s also possible to book an overnight ski safari, which includes two days of guided skiing with an overnight stay in a mountain refuge at 2,750 metres... an adventure you’ll never forget!
Getting There & AroundLocated in the Fassa Valley in the Trentino province of northern Italy, there are numerous ways to get to the resort, depending on where you’re coming from. The most direct route would be to fly to either Milan or Venice and take either a private road transfer, or a train to either Bolzano, and from there via bus or private transfer to Campitello. If you hire a car and drive into Campitello, or you’re planning to hire a car for use during your stay, there’s a rental company in the town for pick-ups and drop offs. Resorts in the Fassa Valley are all linked by a free ski bus – from Campitello, you can easily reach the ski area of Col Rodella-Sella Pass.