Skier with white clothes and red heels on Alpe Lusia

Alpe Lusia

The ski resort of Alpe Lusia is part of the famous Dolomiti Superski. You can access it from two different directions: from Bellamonte in Val di Fiemme or from the Passo San Pellegrino alongside the Val di Fassa. The area is exposed to the sun for most of the day due to its elevated position and offers a magnificent view over the Dolomites of the Pale di San Martino and the Lagorai chain.

The Alpe Lusia has 8 ski lifts and numerous slopes of varying degrees of difficulty. The "black trails", ski slopes with a gradient of more than 40% suitable for experienced skiers, are called the Piavac, the steepest, which starts at 2,179 meters above sea level and descends to 1,796 meters; the Direttissima Le Cune and the Fiamma Oro, which winds through the woods to the valley below.

Near Bellamonte there is also a Children's Park, where children can approachthe world of skiing in complete safety for the first time. Entrance is free and gives families with children the opportunity to spend a wonderful day on the snow.