Val di Fiemme

Val di Fiemme is a beautiful valley located in the northeastern region of Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol in Italy. It is a popular tourist destination for skiing and other winter sports, thanks to its numerous ski resorts and breathtaking mountain scenery. The valley is also home to several charming towns, each offering a unique blend of history, culture, and hospitality.

More information about Cavalese:

Cavalese is one of the largest and most popular towns in Val di Fiemme. It is located at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level and offers access to over 100 kilometers of ski slopes. The town is known for its excellent ski facilities, making it an ideal destination for both beginners and advanced skiers.

Length and difficulty of the pistes:

Cavalese offers a wide range of ski slopes, including blue, red, and black runs. The total length of the slopes in the Cavalese ski area is approximately 25 kilometers, with the longest run measuring 7.5 kilometers. The slopes are well-groomed and maintained, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable skiing experience for all. Map of the ski area: for a detailed map of the Cavalese ski area, please visit the following website:

Hospitality on and off the pistes:

Cavalese offers a wide range of hospitality services, including ski rental shops, ski schools, and mountain huts. The mountain huts offer a variety of delicious local cuisine, as well as stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The town also has several hotels, restaurants, and bars, providing plenty of options for après-ski activities.

Directions to Cavalese:

By car:

  • From the north: take the A22 Brennero motorway and exit at Egna/Ora. Follow the signs to Cavalese, which is located approximately 30 kilometers from the motorway exit.
  • From the south: take the A22 Brennero motorway and exit at Trento Nord. Follow the signs to Val di Fiemme and then to Cavalese.

For more information on how to get to Cavalese, please visit the following website: