For sports lovers

The perfect holiday in Hotel Malder

Alpine Skiing

Set within the Dolomiti Superski ski area, Val di Fassa is a favourite destination among skiers with 210km and more than 150 slopes to discover, but it is above all part of the Sellaronda Skitour, which includes 4 famous Dolomite passes: Pordoi, Sella, Gardena and Campolongo. A carousel of 7 skiing areas that are all connected. The modern cableways and skibuses allow you to move around the whole Valley easily.


Winter is not just about skiing! Those who love snowboarding can have fun on their board with adrenaline-fuelled acrobatics in the Val di Fassa Snowpark. Jumps, rails, boarders and kickers – these are just some of the facilities available for practising acrobatics in an area dedicated to snowboarders. For those who would like to take up this sport, expert snowboard instructors will teach you all the tricks to become true riders!

Ski mountaineering

Snowy paths are the favourites of those who love ski mountaineering. You can enjoy nature close-up, as well as the silence that the snow brings. The climb is tough but the panoramas of the Dolomites that open up once you arrive will reward your efforts.

Cross-country skiing

At the end of January, Val di Fassa is the protagonist of the famous Marcialonga, the Nordic skiing competition that sees athletes travel more than 70km. Departing from Moena, it proceeds towards Canazei, where, after the turning point, they cross the Val di Fiemma to cross the finish line in Cavalese. If you are also an enthusiast of this sport, you can sample the competition route, from Soraga. If you are a beginner, visit the cross-country skiing circuits in the valley and allow yourself to be guided by experts who will show you the secrets of this discipline.

Freeride and off-piste

Freshly-fallen snow, breath-taking descents in corners of the Dolomites that are far from chaos. Skiing schools organise off-piste excursions where you can enjoy this sport in safety. Among the favourite excursions there is the Freeride in Val Lastìes or in Val Mezdì, both in Passo Pordoi. The indisputable protagonist in the Queen of the Dolomites, the Marmolada, where it is possible to do freeriding on the glacier.