Ski slope at the CermisPanoramic view on the Fiemme Valley

Alpe Cermis

Alpe Cermis in Val di Fiemme, is one of the most famous ski resort in the Alps. It is part of the renowned Dolomiti Superski and annually attracts thousands of skiers. This ski resort has three cable cars and 3 chairlifts, as well as a ski school. The slopes are 25 kilometers long.
The ski slope with the biggest vertical drop in Trentino is found right here: the three Olympia slopes in fact depart from the top of the mountain at 2,226 meters above sea level and descend into the valley at an altitude of 850 meters above sea level for a total of nearly 8 kilometers of uninterrupted descent.
The ski resort is connected to the town of Cavalese by a system of gondola lifts so the ski areas can be reached directly from the town center.