Alpe Lusia - Moena/Bellamonte

Ski resorts in Italy

Alpe Lusia - Moena/Bellamonte Snow forecast

  • Wednesday
    0.1 in rain
    Duggregn / sol
    1 mph
  • Thursday
    0 in rain
    2 mph
  • Friday
    0.4 in rain
    1 mph

Facts about Alpe Lusia - Moena/Bellamonte

Slopes (Total: 385)
Green Learning / beginner:5
Blue Easy:100
Red Intermediate:200
Black Advanced / Expert:80

Lifts (Total: )

Vertical drop
Alpe Lusia - Moena/Bellamonte Vertical drop
Mountain high: 7677 ft
Vertical drop: 3182 ft
Mountain low: 4495 ft

Country: Italy
Trentino and South-Tirol

Reviews for Alpe Lusia - Moena/Bellamonte

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6 reviews
Johnny (Guest)
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Nightlife is on top during sports holidays, as several Swedish ski tour operators have their live bands in place. Even week 10 and 11 are good. Many of the posts on Moena no longer match. Nightlife has changed a lot. Bahia Blanca and El Gazer have closed and now it's Piano Bar, Pub Nibada and the biggest is KUSK.

The skiing is varied and fits most. However, the Dolomites are very sun-proof, which means that the snowflakes do not give bottomless deep snow every morning, if you say so. I have been to the Dolomites for 10 years and it has always been good in the slopes. Some weeks have also been good when there is a lot of snow.

Recommended !!

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The village:
Small town with a nightlife that has deteriorated significantly, is now bad .. Really cheap liquor at a place called Las Vegas (Tv Games & Billiards). Very few speak English more than a few words. Many Italian families live here.
Dolomiti Superski is one of the world's largest systems, buses required to access the systems though. A bus to the central station in Canazei (35 min) is preferred to get around to Div. system. Sella Ronda is a trip around the mass of coherent systems, Fine views, though, the most slippery slopes, the mother liked it. Arabba has many really BRANTA slopes that are basically crowded and even sneezing. If there is a recent sneeze, there is a gondola in the canaze system that goes up to a resturant, shuffled cushion with drip from there.

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The village is clearly nice, but skiing is nothing to cheer over. The advantage of the village is instead that it is cheap and it is in the middle of the batter if you want to get around in the Dolomiti-Superski area. The ski buses work well, although it is sad to go bus 10-40 minutes each morning.

The best ski areas in the vicinity are clearly Ski Center Latemar and especially the area between Predazzo and Pampeago. Another good area is Passo San Pellegrino which is high and is fairly snow proof. However, the left side suffers from slow lifts in the upper areas. The Canazei / Sella Ronda area is large and relatively good, although the roundabout around Gruppo Del Sella is a bit overrated. There will be a lot of lifts. The more unknown Alba on the other side of the valley is better, less people and better snow.

The area's secretest trip, as our 60-year-old landlord and his peer friend showed us, is Falcade - Civetta - Malga Ciapela:
Take the first ski bus from Moena up to San Pellegrino and take the first cabin up to Col Margherita. If you're lucky you'll have a ride on the hill and then the iron down to Falcade, and a new bus down to Alleghe. In Civetta there are several good areas, but surprisingly, the smaller forest slopes around Crep de Pecol are above Zoldo. Excellent slopes and in the immediate vicinity.
From Alleghe, take a bus back up to Malga Ciapela and, if you're in a hurry, you'll get up with the cabs on the Marmolada glacier, the iron down to Arabba and Passo Pordoi to Canazei, where you'll find the closest ski bus home to Moena.

In short, nice town in a good location.

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What the hell are they at the Stone Age or? I mean you just have to go to the snowboard in the funpark. If you went skiing, you got a cutout of the pistons, you're a fan who cares ...

But the rest was undoubtedly good blue sky every day, prepared slopes until 15:00, the super killer lifts (most) good food. Nevertheless, Moena would have got 3a or 4a if I did not stay at Moena's finest hotel as well as read my lips 4x bastuar (where of a herb sauna, a super steam sauna and a man could be in + a regular), pool, hot tubs and some themed rooms.

The ice cream I was forgetting the most fun of all, it was the place of short-lived pellegrino with a lot of nature, hope type ted the most fun I've had here, besides 60cm pillows in the border. final

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A city without ski mood, without After Ski and without SKIDBACKAR in walking distance! You can almost wonder why you go here ...
The answer is quite simple, 15 min by bus away, Latermar is a large ski area with a lot of nice slopes. (For those who followed the jumping in the World Cup in Val di Fiemme, these slopes are here). However, I have only visited this place for 2 days. If you go 20 minutes by bus in the other direction, you will reach Canazei. Not because their ski area is so much to cheer for, my experience unit says upright slopes and long lift queues.
However, Canazei is linked with some other lift systems such as Val Gardena and Arraba. Both of these places are very nice, but Arraba should be visited this morning as it gets very hot in the afternoon. These resorts offer a little further steeper slopes, for example, Val Gardena has a stairway runway where the elite goes at 1.50.xx so you can almost guess how long that slope is. To summarize, I can say that it feels in the legs to go nonstop. However, I have not been able to test the offpiste since the snowfall has not been exaggerated sometime when I've been down. However, I would say that it may be chipped when I saw some nice scratches if you were only prepared to walk a little.

To Moena you should not go if you go down for nightlife. There is a big nightclub there, Bahia Blanca, but the average age is enough for about 20 years there, and it's not because that's where the age is without because there are a lot of old bus drivers who pull up the average age that should have been about 15-16-17. There has, however, been another place, El Gazer, previously of a higher age, but unfortunately they have hit again.

Does this place give a score of three, but it is mostly because you met so many nice Swedes there ...

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A very nice city with lovely atmosphere. There are a few different exhibits to hang out but El Gazer takes the price. Staff in shops and residents have difficulty in English, German, however, usually works better. Because the big ski areas are a bit away from Moena, it may be a bit crowded on the buses sometimes. But if you are only out in good time and do not invest in absolute sistabuses home then there should be no problems. Taxi is available if not available and is cheap.
Very good city to invest in.
We may see you there =)

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Nearby ski resorts

Val Di Fassa3.7 miles
Carezza3.7 miles
Passo San Pellegrino/​Falcade5.6 miles
Campitello8.1 miles
Alba Di Canazei8.1 miles
Canazei8.7 miles
Marmolada12.4 miles
Val Gardena (Selva)13 miles

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