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FAQ

Frequently Asked question

You can buy the tickets for the cable car and the chairlift of Ciampac at the ticket office in Alba di Canazei, directly at the lift station. Otherwise, tickets can also be purchased on the online shop.

To check the prices, click here.

Yes, it is possible to buy the Panorama Pass, a card that allows you to move freely on the 32 lifts in the valley and surroundings, also several times a day. There are three options: a card for 3 days out of 6, 6 days out of 6 or 7 days out of 13. Click here for more information.

Of course, for single lift tickets as well as for the Panorama Pass there is the Junior rate for children born after 01.01.2007. Children born after 01.01.2015 will instead be entitled to free ticket. There are also family formulas that can be consulted by clicking here.

Ciampac gives you the chance to go on every kind of excursions, from easy to difficult ones.

Here you will find all the excursions, whereas by clicking here you can consult our activities and thematic routes.

Yes, dogs can take the cable car for free. However, the use of leash and muzzle is mandatory.

In summer parking is free for those who use the lifts. You need to go to the cash desk with your lift ticket or Panorama Pass to enable the token and then go to the exit. However, if the lifts are not used, the cost of parking is €7.00 for a day. Parking is free for the first two hours anyway. In this case, you can leave the car park directly by inserting the red token into the column. If, on the other hand, the stay exceeds 2 hours, the daily rate of € 7.00 will be charged and should be paid at the automatic cash machine located to the right of the ticket office.

A few steps from the arrival of the cable car there is the high-altitude playground Ciampark, with games made entirely of wood and immersed in a fairytale landscape. By the cable car you can also reach the top comfortably with pushchairs.

Besides the playground, Ciampac boasts a wide offer for families: from the path “On the tracks of Ciampy” dedicated to chamois to the wooden works depicting the powerful vehicles used at Ciampac, which are located along the road that leads up to the chairlift. Not to mention the weekly activities, such as “The marmot trail” on Mondays and the activity “Grazing and the magic of butter”, which takes place every Friday.

More information is available in the Family section of our website or at the ticket office.

Of course! Just a few minutes from the mountain lift station you’ll find four restaurants, easily accessible for everyone. All offer the traditional delicacies of the Ladin and Trentino cuisine and have large terraces, excellent for your relaxing breaks in the sun. Click here to find out more.