Passo Lavazè and Varena
The Passo Lavazè is an alpine pass at 1,805 meters above sea level and about 8 kilometers from Varena, which is situated at 1,180 meters above sea level. The Passo Lavazè, overlooked by the Pala di Santa, is a very famous ski destination especially for its 80 kilometer long cross-country ski trails that pass through beautiful conifer woods.
Varena, on the other hand, is one of the oldest towns in the Val di Fiemme famous for its porphyry fountains and the antique church dedicated to Saint's Peter and Paul.
These two towns offer numerous activities for tourists, both in winter and summer.
As well as hiking, one can fish at the small lake or go Nordic walking.
Experience a walk through the snowy woods in winter using snow shoes or adventure into the famous Passo Lavazè-Oclini Center: ideal for cross-country skiing but also catering for sledding, bob, snowboarding and snowshoe enthusiasts.