It’s all happening in Carezza, the family ski resort in the Dolomites! Large or small, first-timers or experts who can ski with their eyes closed! There are 40 kilometres of pistes, all on one high plateau, guaranteeing fun for skiers of all abilities with easy blue slopes, medium red pistes and demanding black runs. Let’s look at each type in turn!
The blue pistes can be found in the lower parts of this skiing area in the Dolomites: not only easy to ski on, they’re also easy to get to. And they are at the same time nice and quiet, away from the wilder pistes – safety is a priority in Carezza!
Besides a ski school and childcare centre in the fabulous König Laurin Kinderland, Carezza also offers speedy, child-friendly and safe transport systems with separate lift accesses and special children’s seats, making it easy to soar up towards the fun! Budding boarders can also have plenty of fun in the Carezza snowpark, a real playground for freestyle lovers.
However, it doesn’t end with snowboarding or skiing in Carezza! True winter lovers can also enjoy the toboggan runs, the cross-country ski trails, or the numerous winter hikes and snowshoe trails. Like everything else here, all is tailored to you and your family! And if you want to remain a little longer in Carezza, you can stay until the alpenglow, also known as the Enrosadira: as the sun goes down – after the eight hours it usually shines during the winter months in Carezza – this glowing and magical sight will round off an enchanting day in the mountains.