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Val di Fassa - Natural well-being in the Dolomites

If it is true, as it seems to be, that the essence of well-being comes from being surrounded by nature, then it's easy to see that the Val di Fassa in the Dolomites, is a place designed to make us feel better!

The Val di Fassa is a green lung surrounded by enchanted mountain peaks included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

A place of well-being where you can forget about traffic, smog and stress while walking and admiring Marmolada - Queen of the Dolomites; Vernel; the peaks of Cirelle and Colac; the Rosengarten Group; Sella – the Four Passes - and Pordoi...easily accessible from Garnì Al Viel.

Paths and trails outside the door: walks in the lower valley, at high altitude, via ferratas, crossings at high altitude, alpine routes, trekking up to the route of the Great War - the Val di Fassa is an area that provides intense emotions at every step. At sunrise and sunset the mountains of the Dolomites are set on fire by the 'enrosadira' or Alpenglow; and there are many delightful ponds, shelters and mountain huts where you can taste the local milk and cheese. In Val di Fassa you breath well-being.

Bike paths and MTB routes. We are in the home of the Giro d'Italia and several other major sporting events such as the Sella Ronda Bike Day: riding the magnificent Four Passes of the Dolomites.

You can do any sport in Val di Fassa

Canazei is known at home and abroad as one of the top resorts for hang gliding and paragliding. Numerous enthusiasts launch themselves into the air daily from the slopes of Belvedere, amidst the amazing scenery of the Dolomites.

With woods, clean air and streams horseback riding enthusiasts will find numerous trails to enjoy and for children the riding stables provide sweet ponies to become familiar with these wonderful animals.

The Val di Fassa is also a natural climbing arena in both summer and winter, an activity that develops physical harmony and concentration.

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