Hotel La Perla in Canazei is at the heart of the white heaven of Dolomiti Superski.

The Val di Fassa is a tourist destination in Trentino Alto Adige which, in winter, becomes a paradise for skiers and snowboarders. It is knownn internationally and is home to many great athletes: Christian Zorzi, Christian Deville, Stefano Gross and others, patrons of the highest podiums in the world ski rankings.

The Val di Fassa Ski Area offers more than 220 km and 115 runs in 9 different ski areas: Belvedere-Pordoi, Ciampac Fedaia-Marmolada, Col Rodella-Sella Pass, Buffaure, Rosengarten-Ciampedie and Karerpass Carezza and Alpe di Lusia- San Pellegrino-Falcade, all interlinked, on ski, on foot or by convenient ski-bus services.

The offer is completed by 3 skitours e  4 snowparks, with also the possibility to go beyond the boundaries of the Val di Fassa, thanks to links with the Sellaronda (Giro dei quattro passi) and with Dolomiti Superski.

The ski season lasts from December to April, thanks to the perfect snow conditions guaranteed by the advanced snowmaking system. There is no shortage of varieties: there are easy and sunny paths, reference points for beginners and families, or more technical slopes with high speed lines is particularly sought after by veterans of the ski.

The last generation links are ensured by 86 modern lifts that provide a fast and efficient transport at high altitude.

Ski area Canazei- Belvedere

Hotel La Perla is located in an enviable spot just a few stapes from the ski resorts of Canazei, a town which, by its strategic location is the most popular ski destination of the Val di Fassa and the one around which most activities revolve.

The ski area that characterizes Canazei is the Belvedere, named hence the brilliant view on the Dolomites – the Group of Sassolungo, Sella, Pordoi, Tofane, Marmolada and Rosengarten.

It is a few minutes away from Canazei by the modern Canazei/Pecol cable ropeways, or by car in a few kilometres along the National Road 48 of the Dolomites.

This ski area is characterized by:

  • 17 km of trails for every level of difficulty (mostly red)
  • The Dolomiti Snowpark reserved for freestylers
  • Baby Park (Funpark Enrosadira)
  • Links: Col Rodella ski area, through the track that goes down to Pian de Frataces-Lupo Bianco, returning to Canazei along the forest path, or reaching Arabba or the nearby Val Gardena.
  • starting point for the legendary Giro dei Quattro Passi (Sellaronda), the ski tour of about 40 km considered among the most beautiful and spectacular in the world.

The Canazei/Marmolada Ski school, the oldest in Italy with over 100 teachers