Carezza,the most child-friendly ski resort in South Tyrol
Endless fun in the snow
There are three children's areas just waiting for children from three years and upwards in the Carezza family ski area, in the midst of the legendary Dolomites! There is the wonderful "Trail of Legends" too. But first things first!
King Laurin's 'Kinderland'
Carezza's biggest children's area welcomes kids from the age of three years at the Costalunga Pass, at the top station of the Hubertus cabin lift. A bouncy castle, toboggans, snow hills, carousels, ski instructors and moving carpets all ensure that the little ones can learn to ski in a safe, child-friendly way - with plenty of fun in the glittering white snow! And if the weather is bad, there is a warm play room to enjoy. Kids can also warm up for the ski racing held here every Friday!
The "Nani" are King Laurin's dwarves who pull kids through King Laurin's Crystal Palace on the Frommer Alm on a height-adjustable drag lift specially designed for children - the first of its kind in South Tyrol! The little ones can easily reach the baby slope either using the lift or on one of the two magic carpets. There the instructors will teach them to ski so that soon they can try out their skills on the pistes with the grown-ups!
'Kinderland' at Vigo di Fassa ski school
The children's area at the Vigo di Fassa ski school is situated right on the Costalunga Pass and also offers kids the chance to learn how to ski in a child-friendly and safe environment, just like everywhere else in the Carezza ski area. And, with plenty of other kids for company, practising together is lots of fun!
The Trail of Legends & more
On side the kids can learn all about the fabulous history of King Laurin and find out why his magical rose garden turns pinkish-red for a few moments every day. Between the Frommer Alm and Nova Levante there is also a King Laurin-themed piste with six stations for children to learn about the legend of King Laurin and his beloved Similde. The Trail of Legends is, on the other hand, located by the Le Pope ski lift and is aimed at children and freestyle beginners, explaining the FIS rules of conduct in a fun way.