Height difference:

860-2250 m

Track length:

24 km


28 November — 5 April

The Alpe Cermis – Cavalese resort is located in the Italian Val di Fiemme (Trentino-Alto Adige region, Trentino). There are 24 pistes for skiing and snowboarding, 7 ski lifts transport skiers. The winter sports complex is located between 860 and 2250 meters above sea level.

The Alpe Cermis ski resort can be easily reached by the Cavalese cable car. The winter sports area above Cavalese has one of the longest ski runs in the Dolomites. Superski. The Olympia descent is 7.5 km long and from Paion station (2250 m) descends down into the valley to an altitude of 860 m. The particularly favorable north-western location of the slopes in the resort provides excellent natural snow until late spring. It is impossible not to mention the stunning views of the hectares of the Dolomites surrounding the resort from all sides, as well as the fact that this resort is part of the largest ski area in the world, the Dolomites, with its 500 km of ski slopes. For those skiers who are short of daytime skiing, there is an opportunity to ride in the light of the moon and lanterns on the Olympia III piste.

Working Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
08:15 — 16:30 08:15 — 16:30 08:15 — 16:30 08:15 — 16:30 08:15 — 16:30 08:15 — 16:30 08:15 — 16:30


Most often, the ski season here lasts from late November to mid April.

Ski pass prices

Day ski pass in main season worth € 51 for an adult and € 51 for children.



10 km


9 km


5 km

Total length of tracks 24 km. The vertical drop is 1390 meters. The surface of the slopes is maintained in excellent condition with the help of snow-compacting equipment. The excellent quality of the slopes is ensured by the artificial snowmaking system. In total, the resort has 105 snow cannons that cover 100% of the tracks. Artificial lighting is provided on the slopes, which allows you to ride and train comfortably in the evening. Beginners and children can take advantage of the special training slope.

Alpe Cermis has trails of all difficulty levels. Slopes of easy and medium difficulty prevail. Most of the slopes are wide, excellently cleared and fit well into the landscape. In the lower part of the ski area, trails lead to houses in the valley through the forest. Highlights are the 7.5 km Olympia track (I, II and III) and the Via del Bosco track for children.

The longest run: Olimpia (I, II und III), 7.5 km long, vertical drop, 1390 meters

The most difficult track: Olimpia II, length 3 km, height difference 637 meters

The most interesting tracks:

  • Olimpia III
  • Salera
  • Costabella


Baby lift:


T-bar lift:




Gondola lift:


On the tops of the slopes, skiers and snowboarders are delivered 9 cable cars: 3 gondola lift, 3 chairlift and 1 t-bar lift. There are 2 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 93 km, which are capable of transporting up to 13300 passengers/hour.

From the alpine village of Cavalese, 1000 meters above sea level, the comfortable 8-seater Cavalese-Fondovalle gondola cable car takes you down into the valley where the Alpe Cermis trails end. Another 8-seater gondola lift, Fondovalle-Doss dei Laresi, will take you to the Doss dei Laresi middle station. To climb even higher, you need to change to another modern 8-seater gondola cable car, which will rise to a height of 2000 meters. This is the upper station of the Monte Cermis resort. The resort has three chairlifts, one of which is equipped with protective domes from the weather. For beginners, a skilift and a moving walkway work.


Places to stay near the resort:

  • Cavalese (0.8 km)
  • Carano (3.4 km)
  • Castello di Fiemme (3.4 km)
  • Daiano (4 km)
  • Varena (4 km)
  • Molina di Fiemme (5 km)
  • Tesero (5 km)
  • Panchià (8 km)
  • Ziano di Fiemme (9 km)

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