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Trentino Skisunrise!

Trentino Skisunrise!

Many appointments will take place in Val di Fassa from 5th January to 8th March, to let you experience the thrill of seeing the sunrise and be the first to cut through the slopes (but also not to)

Col Rodella, Ciampedìe, Belvedere, Buffaure, Alpe Lusia, San Pellegrino and Ciampac: those are the Val di Fassa ski areas where, from January to March with seven appointments, you will have the chance to live unforgettable emotions: ski lifts open since early morning, the first sun-rays kissing the Dolomites, a slope at the disposal of the "chosen few" (or to better say "registrants"), with the ski instructors as forerunners and an abundant breakfast, with healthy local products, by a warm and welcoming mountain hut..an unforgettable experience! And to fill up with spectacular feelings.

Val di Fassa #Trentinoskisunrise appointments:

  • a sensational start of the day is the dedicated to the lovers (but not only) on Wednesday, 14th February, an occasion to experience a "skisunrise in love" on the snow of Buffaure (2.000 m) of Pozza;
  • another ideal point to observe the first lights is the Alpe Lusia of Moena, where the skisunrise, organized in collaboration with the lifts and with Val di Fiemme Tourist Board, takes place on Thursday, 22nd February;
  • on Saturday, 3rd March, you can leave your sign on the slopes of Passo San Pellegrino.
  • the last winter skisunrise is dedicated to women in particular, on 8th March on Ciampac, which offers the possibility to admire the dawn from Sella Brunech (2.438 m) for the first time;

A nosh-up, so, of special mornings, enchanted landscapes, exclusive skiing and excellent food, introducing unforgettable days on the snow to take advantage of without hesitation. How? It’s easy: you can take part to every event (except for Alpe Lusia) - also open to non-skiers who want to enjoy the sunrise, to have an early-morning walk or a snowshoes excursion (where possible) - for € 32 (adults) and € 22 (children 6-12 years; free under 6), including the lift from the valley and, often, the use of several lifts open specifically for the event (non-skiers can go both up and down with the lifts), the help of the ski instructors of the five schools of the valley during the descent on a just beaten slope and a greedy breakfast at the refuge. 

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