Skiarea Ciampedie

Skiarea Ciampedie
Rosegarten

Ciampedie is a lovely natural terrace located at an altitude of 2000 m a.s.l. offering a stunning view on Val di Fassa and Dolomites: from Sassolungo, Sella, Marmolada, Gran Vernel, to the peaks of Costabella, Buffaure, Monzoni and Vallacia, all the way to the mountain groups of Latemar, Pale di San Martino and Lagorai which are visible in the distance. The Catinaccio Massif, also called Rosegarten (garden of roses), is immediately recognizable thanks to the renowned silhouette of the Vajolet Towers. “Ciampedie” literally means "Field of God" and the name really suits the location the best, as you will actually feel as you were in a little corner of paradise.

Skiarea

Ciampedie Ski-area offers more than 14 km of slopes. It can be easily reached by taking Catinaccio cable car in Vigo di Fassa or by means of a two-seater chairlift departing from Pera di Fassa. The ski-area is especially designed to meet families’ needs. It is thus equipped with a Kinderpark managed by our Ski School, where kids can have fun on snow in complete safety.

Thoeni Slope is as much exciting as challenging: 4,5 km of thrilling downhill coming down from Ciampedie to Vigo di Fassa’s village. More demanding skiers can sink their teeth into the black slope dedicated to Alberto Tomba. Not by chance, the world famous downhill skiing champion used to train at Campedie, making his fans as well as ski-enthusiasts very happy.

Gourmands can choose among six Alpine Refuges to enjoy the pleasure of tasting Val di Fassa traditional dishes.

Ciampedie, a unique, fantastic, extraordinary panorama over the Fassa Valley and the Dolomites.

Informations

  • Children under 7 years of age are entitled to travel for free only on Vigo-Ciampedie cable car. They must be equipped with skipass (half day, day or multi-day ticket) in order to take the chairlifts.
  • Children under 8 years of age are entitled to a free-skipass having the same period of validity of the skipass purchased by the parent.
  • Beginners attending the first day of ski lessons must only purchase the cable car return-ticket, without buying any skipass.
  • Catinaccio Ski-Area is linked to the neighboring Buffaure Ski-area by a small train taking skiers from Pera to the departure of Buffaure lifts. In order to come back, you can take the skibus from Pozza to Vigo di Fassa and then the cable car up to Ciampedie. You can also use again the chairlifts from Pera to Ciampedie (quite slow solution). As an alternative, Catinaccio Lifts Company also offers a transfer service especially arranged for the Ski-Tour Ciampedie-Buffaure-Ciampac.

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