Val di Fiemme (Tour de Ski)

Val di Fiemme (Tour de Ski)


    Val di Fiemme is surrounded by two natural parks and stunning Dolomite peaks, that Unesco declared World Heritage Site - Corno Bianco, dominating the South-Tyrolean canyon of Bletterbach, Mountain group of Latemar, with its incredible tops, and the park Paneveggio Pale di San Martino.

    Fiemme is famous for being “The Valley of Harmony” thanks to the prestigious resonance trees used to realize sounding boards for pianos and violins, once appreciated by Stradivari and nowadays still wanted by internationally-famous luthiers.

    For this valley breathing the oxygen produced by 60 million trees (a survey says that there are 20 trees per tourist) is not enough. Over a third of the twenty thousand inhabitants are using heat or electricity from alternative renewable sources. Fiemme, is the leading Italian resort in waste collection. In 2003 Fiemme was the first valley to eco-certify its forests, carefully managed by the thousand-year old institution, the Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme, organizing the first Eco-certified Nordic World Ski Championships. Since then, Fiemme has been planning and promoting eco-sustainable events, empowering the use of bikes, car-free days and giving the possibility of living environmental-friendly holidays.

    With more than 110 kilometres of ski slopes, immerge yourself in the natural paradise of the Ski Center Latemar, down the 50 km of slopes connecting Pampeago, Predazzo and Obereggen. In the Bellamonte-Alpe Lusia skiarea, the ski slopes caress the boundaries of the Natural Park of Paneveggio Pale di S. Martino. The slopes at Passo Rolle lie in the fabulous reign of the majestic Pale di S. Martino. From Skiarea Alpe Cermis - the home of the longest slope of the valley, the 7.5-km-long Olimpia.

    Another wonderful place where you can get captivated by the dawn and sunset colors reflecting on the limestone mountains at Passo di Lavazé-Oclini, the place where downhill meets cross country skiing.
    The Cross Country Stadium of Lago di Tesero, illuminated by night, boasts groundbreaking facilities, the perfect place to live the emotion of skiing on the World Championships 1991, 2003 and 2013 tracks.


    For more than 50 years the trails in Lago di Tesero have been a great place for practicing cross-country skiing. Its enviable position and its consolidated experience in artificial snow production, also thanks to a cutting-edge system, guarantee perfect tracks. For this reason the centre is open from December to the middle of March, despite it is located only 850 m above sea level.

    The stadium, site of the 1991, 2003 and 2013 Nordic World Championships, offers a great variety of tracks. There can be some changes in the tracks, but they are mostly challenging and quite difficult. However the connection to the Marcialonga track guarantees more than 8 kms of easy slopes, mainly flat, in both directions, to Predazzo and to Molina di Fiemme.

    Moreover thanks to its lighting system you will get the chance to ski at night as well.
    The capacity of the stadium is about 8.000 spectators and on the track approx. 20.000 can follow the competitions.


    There are countless opportunities to discover Val di Fiemme: Skiing, Biking & Cylcing, Hiking, Trekking, Rafting, Flying, Riding, Fishing and much more!

    Moreover, Val di Fiemme is a Family Paradise, a valley dedicated to children, but especially to those parents who want to surprise and make them laugh trying new experiences and new sports.
    Val di Fiemme hosts and organizes every year a lot of events, for every taste: Marcialonga (Skiing, Cycling and Running), Trofeo Topolino, Lavazeloppet, Dolomiti Ski Jazz, Stava Sky Race, The Clowing Week, The Sounds of the Dolomites, besides of the international events FIS Tour de Ski, FIS Nordic Combined World Cup and in 2015 the FIS Roller Ski World Championships.

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    To arrange for accommodation in Val di Fiemme, please contact Ursula Guadagnini: booking[at]

    Or check the special offers on the official website


    The World Cup events in Val di Fiemme have FREE entrance! 

    VIP Tickets & Incentive Package give the possibility to live a unique experience, feeling the atmosphere of the Final Stages of Tour de Ski. To have a look on the VIP Incentive Package:

    For more information and to book VIP tickets please contact the Booking Centre: booking[at]


    By plane
    The nearest airports are Verona (150 km), Venice (195 km), Milan Linate (245 km) as well as the new airport of Bolzano (59 km).

    By car
    Val di Fiemme can be reached, from the South as well as from the North, via the state road 12 of the Brenner pass or via the motorway A22 (exit Egna/Ora, toll gate distance 25km, Trento North or S. Michele) and then along the state road SS48 of the Dolomites (from Egna/Ora) in the direction of Cavalese or (from Lavìs) via the SS612 of the Cembra Valley or via the SS50 Rolle Pass San Martino di Castrozza.

    By train
    There is a direct connection to the Trento station, or even better to Egna/Ora station; both offer a good bus service to the villages of Val di Fiemme.



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