If you ski Cavalese you are in an historical town rich with ski slopes for all ages and skill levels as well as plenty of wholesome activities off the slopes for families and snow lovers.
Located in Northern Italy, ski Cavalese and you are part of the Val di Fiemme valley. Offering natural snow as well as artifical snow if need be, skiers of all abilities are catered for, although intermediate skiers will find the most enjoyment out of the vivacious and scenic area. Uniquely located by the Cermais Alp mountain the variety of scenic sights to take in from the slopes is breathtaking.
On the slopes
For intermediate skiers looking for a wide variety of slopes to try out there is no place better to holiday than at the Cavalese ski resort. Due to the fact it is part of the Val di Fiemme Ski area visitors can not only ski down the 15 slopes of the Cavalese ski resort but also purchase a pass that allows them to ski on other surrounding trails that total to include 76 pistes.
Best for intermediate skiers with a 1600m vertical, 2600m lift, eight blue runs, and four red runs, there are a few slopes to include basic and expert skiers as well. Additionally, many snowboarders also enjoy the slopes of the Cavalese ski resort as well as others in the valley. For those who enjoy cross country skiing there is also about 150km of cross country trails throughout the Cavalese ski resort area.
The town of Cavalese is picturesque from the mountain view of the village making for many wonderful historical après ski activities at the Cavalese ski resort. Unspoiled in beauty and architecture, the local town has a charm that spreads through tourists delighting most visitors. Sights to tour while at the Cavalese ski resort include the St. Sebastiano church and tower as well as the village centre where a wide variety of cafes and pizzerias are present. Additionally, the Cavalese ski resort offers visitors a gym, ice-skating, pool, and cinema making for many family wholesome activities while not on the trails.