You’ll find lush valleys both cool and fragrant, crystal-clear lakes, and sparking rivers - all crowned by the Pale Mountains, or Dolomites, which UNESCO declared a World Natural Heritage Site in 2009. The Dolomites stretch across five different provinces and include well-known mountain ranges such as Sella, Rosengarten and Sciliar. The true queen of the Dolomites, though, is Marmolada: its Punta Pena Peak towers at an elevation of 3,343 metres. Here, numerous historical hiking paths, via ferrata routes, and climbs afford access to the most beautiful Dolomite peaks.
A SUNNY TERRACE OF THE FASSA VALLEY DOLOMITES
The traditional village of Vigo di Fassa, situated on a large and sunny terrace overlooking the entire valley below, is steeped in ancient rural culture and handicrafts. Vigo is also ideal for outdoor recreation and hikes amidst the spectacular landscapes of the Dolomites. A modern cable car connects the village with the Ciampedie hollow, located at an altitude of 2,000 metres: this is a starting point for excursions into the heart of Mother Nature’s realm and for climbing the peaks of the Rosengarten Massif. In winter, treat yourself to a few days on the snow: here in the heart of Rosengarten Ski Area, you’ll find kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes suited to all.
THE FAIRY OF THE DOLOMITES WILL ENCHANT YOU!
At the border between the Fassa and Fiemme Valleys, you’ll find a pink kingdom: the village of Moena is known as the Fairy of the Dolomites because it is enveloped by the peaks of the Dolomites, which are tinged with pastel shades at dawn and dusk. Moena’s bustling city centre is the ideal place for a day of shopping in exclusive boutiques and at stores specialising in local products. Trevalli Ski Area is a veritable snow paradise with modern lifts that connect Alpe di Lusia, Passo San Pellegrino, and the Valle del Bios. Cross-country enthusiasts will appreciate the beautiful trails here, which are immersed in nature at its most awe-inspiring.
THE THERMAL BATH PARADISE OF THE FASSA VALLEY
Pozza boasts the only thermal springs in the whole province of Trentino. Its sulphurous waters, which flow at an altitude of 1,320 metres, offer healthful benefits for the skin. The Terme Dolomia Centre is a good opportunity to pamper yourself while regaining balance of body and spirit. A popular destination for sport climbing, Pozza is also a good place for a relaxing walk with the whole family or for a higher altitude trek in the valleys of Monzoni or Vajoley. Buffaure Ski Area offers one of the longest ski runs in the Fassa Valley: it starts at an elevation of 2,050 metres and runs all the way down to the valley floor.
THE BIRTHPLACE OF FASSA VALLEY TRADITIONS
Soraga is the ideal destination for a relaxing holiday, a chance to unwind from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and get away from mass tourism. Fall into the rhythm of peasant life, walking through the narrow streets of the small rural villages and artisanal workshops. Explore the surrounding area on a mountain bike along the cycling path that connects Moena with Canazei, and immerse yourself in the nature of the Dolomites. During the winter, skiers can take advantage of a free ski bus linking Soraga with the celebrated consolidated ski areas of the Dolomites.
THE HEART OF THE FASSA VALLEY
The centre of Campitello is famous for its historical buildings, narrow and intricate streets, and its history so peppered with famous names in the world of mountaineering and science. A modern cable car will take you to the top, where you'll be transported into a boundless landscape dominated by the peaks of Sassolungo. This is the ideal place for hiking in the Val Duron, which is dotted with mountain huts and surrounded by the tranquil waters of the Rio Duron. In the winter, try one of the most beloved tours: the 4 Sella Passes route, which boasts perfectly groomed slopes and unparalleled views.
THE DIAMOND OF THE FASSA VALLEY
Canazei offers colourful houses and landscapes that are brightly coloured during the day yet transform into a vibrant scene at night, distinctive local characteristics, a worldly feel, and the delicious Fassa Valley cuisine. Canazei also forms part of the largest consolidated ski area, Dolomiti Superski, which comprises four areas - Belvedere, Ciampac, Col Rodella and Marmolada - and offers kilometres and kilometres of perfectly groomed, snowy runs. Relax in the Dòlaondes Aquatic Centre, which has a wellness course, for a holiday dedicated to wellbeing and relaxation surrounded by the picturesque Dolomites.
A burst of energy from the heart of the Fassa Valley
This sunny valley is cradled by the majestic embrace of the Dolomites: every day at sunrise and sunset, the brilliant white peaks put on a spectacular show in warm and enveloping hues. The villages, with their decidedly human scale, are a perfect opportunity to plunge into Ladin culture, so rich in tradition and distinctive flavours. Lively and fashionable evenings await you in the most famous tourist centres of Trentino, Canazei and Campitello. Summer hiking in the natural parks of Dolomites and exhilaration in the snow in the Dolomiti Superski area, a paradise for skiers, all welcome you to the Fassa Valley!
Unspoiled nature just waiting to be explored
The majestic Dolomites, lush forests, and sparkling lakes: it was these and many other elements that brought about creation of national parks in the Fassa Valley that would protect its unique and very valuable natural heritage. Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino Nature Park, with its more than 2,700 hectares of centuries-old spruce trees, is the model of ecological balance and a feast for all the senses. Sciliar Nature Park, meanwhile, is home to the symbol of the Fassa Valley: the Rosengarten Massif and its rock spires that blaze at sunset. See you there!
"Wellness at the heart of an unesco natural heritage site"
QC Terme group has selected the evocative setting of the Trentino Dolomites overlooking Pozza di Fassa for its new spa center.
QC Terme Dolomiti stands out for its internal comfort and external qualities thanks to the use of local and recycled materials, as well as having been established inside a green area with the utmost respect for the environment. The love story between QC Terme and high altitudes bears witness to the central role that nature plays in modern-day spas, assisting in the cure of contemporary ailments through alpine balneotherapy. The spa spans three floors (a total of 4,300 square meters), in addition to outdoor swimming pools and areas for enjoying "Forest bathing".
Thanks to QC Terme's experience in the spa sector, this location will offer the most innovative wellness services in a modern setting, in agreement with environmental sustainability, and will be supplied with the precious thermal water from the Alloch source.
At QC Terme Dolomiti you will be able to enjoy a wide range of spa treatments: Jacuzzis, Kneipp treatments, waterfalls, Japanese
bath, steam baths, saunas and bio-saunas, salt rooms and relaxation areas. We focus particularly on a broad selection of massages as well as offering various gourmet experiences daily, such as a delicious lunch buffet and the "Aperiterme", an evening aperitif.