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Frequently Asked question

Ski passes can be purchased at the skipass office or online. If you buy your ski pass on this website 48 hours before the start of the validity period you save 5% on the ski pass price.

Tickets for single lifts as well as morning and afternoon ski passes can be purchased on the online shop or at the skipass office.

Val di Fassa 1-day or multi-day ski passes allow you to ski in the whole valley and to do the wonderful Skitour Panorama, the tour of Val di Fassa par excellence. You’ll enjoy 39 lifts and 70 km of ski slopes in the 6 ski areas of Val di Fassa (Belvedere, Col Rodella, Pordoi, Ciampac, Buffaure and Catinaccio) and in the Carezza ski area.

On the other hand, with Dolomiti Superski ski passes you can also ski in the other 14 ski resorts of the Dolomites, which means 450 lifts and more than 1200 km of ski slopes. For the famous Sellaronda, the tour around the Sella Group, you need a Dolomiti Superski ski pass, as well as to ski on Marmolada or reach the adjacent valleys (Val Gardena, Val Badia and Arabba).

No, the “smallest” 1-day ski pass is Val di Fassa, which let you ski in all ski areas of the valley (Ciampac, Buffaure, Catinaccio, Belvedere, Col Rodella and Pordoi) and in the Carezza ski area. Whereas, if you want to ski just half day, you can buy a morning or afternoon ski pass for the ski areas Ciampac-Buffaure.

If you want to ski in both ski areas, in the Ciampac-Buffaure area and in the Belvedere-Col Rodella-Pordoi area, then you need to buy at least a Val di Fassa ski pass.

Whereas for non-skiers the only option, in addition to the Dolomiti Superski points value card, is to purchase separate round-trip tickets for both lifts. There is no cumulative ticket. 

The Ciampac ski area offers ski slopes for every difficulty level. For kids and beginners there is the ski school camp, with a ski lift and a moving sidewalk, and a blue slope to learn to ski. And then there are 5 red slopes of medium difficulty and 2 black runs for those who want to test their technical skills. The most renowned black slope is the Ciampac-Alba slope, a 3 km-long sheer descent with an average 32% gradient that peaks at 56%.

This year there is also a new timed track at ski lift Sasso di Rocca. 

Yes, you need to have a third-party insurance in order to ski. If you don’t have any liability insurance, you can buy it here.

Yes sure. The Ciampac ski area is accessible for pedestrians as well. It is indeed a flat basin with 4 restaurants easily reachable in a few minutes. Besides the playground Ciampark and the activities for children, there is also the chance to go snowshoeing along a circular route which starts a short distance from the mountain station of the Ciampac cable car.

The nearest shops where to rent snowshoes are:

  • Mountain Refuge Crepa Neigra – at Ciampac
  • Ski Paolo – in Alba, directly at the lift station
  • Sport Walter – in Alba and in Canazei
  • La Zondra – in Canazei
  • Northland – in Canazei
  • Peak Sport – in Canazei
  • Rightfeeling – in Canazei

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

Yes, for 1-day or multi-day ski passes children under 8 are free if they are accompanied by an adult. Children under 16 are Juniors and pay the reduced ticket. Over 65s are also entitled to a discount as they pay as Seniors.

More in detail:

  • Kids: a child born after 01.01.2016 is entitled to a free-ski pass for the same period (except morning and afternoon ski passes, Season ski passes, Superdays, Value card, Superski Family ski passes and DTL) on purchase at the same time of a ski pass by the adult attendant. This free offer refers to “an attendant for each child”. Otherwise, the child pays the reduced ticket for Kids.
  • Juniors: born after 01.01.2008
  • Seniors: born before 31.12.1958

In order to have the discount, it is necessary to show an identity card.

Of course! At the cable car station in Alba as well as at Ciampac, near the ski school camp, you will find the Canazei Marmolada Ski School office. There you can book individual or group ski lessons and ask for information. Moreover, at the ski school office at Ciampac, you can also buy ski lift tickets and morning or afternoon ski passes.

Yes, directly at the valley station of the Ciampac cable car there is Ski Paolo, a ski rental and depot equipped with high quality ski equipment for men, women and children. There you can not only rent skis but also leave your ski equipment in one of the heated lockers of the ski depot and pick it up the next day.

Yes, in winter, at the lift station in Alba, you’ll find a pay and display parking and the daily rate is €8.00.

Parking is free for the first two hours. 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 € 8.00 will be charged and should be paid at the automatic cash machine located to the right of the ski pass 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 in full harmony with nature. Next to the playground there is also a free-access slope for sleds and snow tubes. By the cable car you can also reach the top comfortably with pushchairs and prams.

The ski area provides some snow tubes and sleds, free of charge

Of course! A few minutes from the mountain lift station and directly on the ski slopes you’ll find four restaurants, easily accessible for non-skiers as well. All offer the traditional delicacies of the Ladin and Trentino cuisine.