Canazei

Ski resorts in Italy
Canazei belong to Dolomiti Superski.

Canazei is located in the Italian Dolomites, in the northeastern parts of the country.

This town belongs to the massive and connected ski system Dolomiti Super Ski, which consists of many different valleys and more than 400 lifts. It is also one of the starting points for the tour Sella Ronda.

The lift system is structured as a circle around Sella Ronda and takes about five hours to go around.

Here you will find a very easily accessible off piste and this little village has everything you could possibly need.

Since it is located in Italy both the food and the coffee is excellent and very delicious. However, you can also find influences from the Austrian food culture, which is not a bad thing. Schnitzel and skiing is a very good combination.

The people from here maintain that the sun shines 8 out of 10 days, which gives you a hint of what to expect.

The area is family friendly with many blue-green slopes.

Snow forecast

  • Saturday

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    Sun/clear sky
    -9°
    1 m/s
  • Sunday

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    Partly cloudy
    -7°
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  • Monday

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PerRunestam
12/03/2019
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Has all the possible skiing. Now we have been here 5 times. At least 2 weeks each time. We have our favorites, but always find new ones. Outside the piste, there are all levels of difficulty. In the piste, so. Quite ok food prices for accommodation. We usually stay at Hotel Centrale.40 euros with breakfast


Shadi
11/03/2019
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Me and my brother went to Canazei on October 10, 2018, with the huge lift system, we got the chance to go on new adventures every day. There is so much to discover and see and after 6 days on the slopes we still hadn't managed to go on all slopes. We found the best lunch at La Brancia. In the afternoons, the slopes closest to Canazei were very busy, so it takes a little technology for boarders to get down unharmed, a lot of people and untrained riders were good enough, so be a bit careful not to encounter unnecessary accidents.

Sundancer
27/02/2018
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Gryma ski days! You go egglift from the village and come directly to Sella ronda. It takes about a day to go round the ship, which makes the resort and Dolomiti Superski the best ride without having to go the same piste twice. Very nice town for those who want to have a beer extra where after all skiing is at the center. Would definitely go back, Marmolada is a hot tip to visit


Kim Thomasson
Kim Thomasson (Guest)
27/02/2018
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Gryma ski days! You go egglift from the village and come directly to Sella ronda. It takes about a day to go round the ship, which makes the resort and Dolomiti Superski the best ride without having to go the same piste twice. Very nice town for those who want to have a beer extra where after all skiing is at the center. Would definitely go back, Marmolada is a hot tip to visit


agnesholmer
15/12/2017
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Large system with wide slopes. Great lifting capacity, never long queues despite sports leave


HelenaKall
14/12/2017
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Incredibly large area with sella ronda. Absolutely great and you never get tired of it. Nearby there is also the magic village alba with nice north sides and the chance to cushions. Negatives with Canazei and the entire dolomites are that it has been snowy in recent years. The snowman system, however, is wonderfully well-developed, which means that the slopes are in good condition. Cozy atmosphere and nice city!


mansbjorn
15/01/2016
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Were in Canazei 1 week 2-9 January 2016. There was, in principle, no landnote. I am a doc very impressed by their artificial snow. Almost all of the slopes were open and the premiere was far beyond expectation. Hard fine manchester every morning that reached the 13-yard when it started to grow up. Can only imagine how good the area is with lots of natural snow! Seemed to be very easily accessible off-piste. The ride and the slopes were very varied, the sella ronda is easy-going but a lot of fun excursion!

The village is quite small but has all the necessities, including a pretty nice bathhouse! Maybe a few restaurants but the ones there are good (with some exceptions). I do not go into the food and atmosphere, we are talking about Italy alone!

Mullret
28/02/2011
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Come home today with Slopetrotters. Nice tour guide, ok stay in the hill. Ski in iaf. The negative; go to bed on the morning to get up on the hill. Then the lift system is structured as a circle around Sella Ronda, which means that it takes 5 hours to go around. But if you're going to any direction, you'll have to go several lifts. So there are only two directions to go on. The system is thus not coherent as ex-Val Thorens. Very transports will be! Alternating sit and cabin lift, so on and off the skis and sometimes walk across the road, up a staircase, etc. On Wednesday, the victory lift, returning to Canazei, 34 minutes waiting for me, 45 minutes waiting for the mate. Many slopes are blue / slightly red which means it takes about 3-4 minutes to fall. Many Danes sailing freely in the slopes. Ok place if you are going to learn how to ski or teach the children / grandchildren to go skiing.

Summary; grades 1-5

liftköer -1
burns 2-3
save 3-4
Travel company, 3 (nice they came and greeted 2 times during the week, was appreciated!)

MCL
MCL (Guest)
10/12/2010
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LOVE Canazei! Went there with Lion Alpin in March this year, easily the best ski trip ever! Wonderful slopes, environment, food and party! Stayed in the middle of central Canazei (that's not that big) but close to everything! We'll be there at 10 am and there will be sun almost every day. It would be a day in total, as it could not even go on, but the rest of the week would be the gun weather! The guides were always there to help if you needed them and would highly recommend everyone to go to Canazei and gladly with Lion Alpin when I think they were doing the whole trip perfectly and had fun activities that very many would like to accompany !! Do not think more, YYYY!

Deef
10/03/2009
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Just come home, just after a week in this huge system. Too bad that you managed to get into the worst week (V.10- 09) that has been this season. The first two days were completely okey but then it started to snow easily (which was good in itself) and the sight was crazy the rest of the week The problem was that it was never really cold so the snow was perfect for snowmen and not feathery as you hoped. Trying to ask around a little where you could find good woodland, etc. where the sight could be good and also the snow but got no further help. ..

The system is huge and there are many choices. SellaRonda is a must if you are in the Dolomites. This means that you get around the entire system in a form of circle. There is a green and an orange loop. Orange is preferable as there is less lifting.

The Italian companion was as good as expected.

For all Danish haters I can warn because there are very many Danes, at least in Canazei.

The Dolomites are otherwise a lung system, no major competition for the little offpiste loops that you can find here and where.

Nice World Cupback and great opportunities, small offpiste slings make you not tired of the dolomites at first, even if the sight is like a bunker ..

Better weather had risen, but I think I definitely have to visit the Dolomites!

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