Can I buy the skipass online?

HERE you can buy almost all types of ski passes.

What’s the difference between the ski pass Val di Fassa – Carezza and the Dolomiti Superski?

With the former you can ski in the ski area of the Fassa valley ( Buffaure, Catinaccio, Col Rodella, Ciampac and Belvedere except the Moena area where the season ticket Alpe Lusia/SanPellegrino is valid) and Carezza. With the Dolomiti Superski from the ski area of Buffaure – Ciampac you can enjoy over 500km of slopes with your skis on. Particularly noteworthy is the possibility of accessing the Sellaronda from Buffaure, allowing you to go around the four Dolomite passes with skis on your feet, passing from the Gardena valley to the Badia valley, but also from Arabba up to Marmolada: at least 26 km of slopes (more than a thousand variations) that can be covered in about 5 hours.

Are there alternative purchases to the classic day ticket?

Yes, there are: the day pass for beginners allows free use of the Pozza–Buffaure cableWAY and of the Buffaure di Sotto chairlift in addition to the tapis-roulant of the ski school area. Prices for adults: 38 euros in high season and 35 euros in season; children born from 01/01/2008 to 31/12/2015: 31 euros in high season and 28 euros in season.

Is it possible to buy morning or afternoon ski passes?

Yes, it is for the ski area Buffaure – Ciampac. Further information and prices at the cashes.

Do children have to pay?

No, they don’t. Children born after 01.01.2016 will be granted a free skipass of the same duration and type as that of the accompanying paying adult. The offer is valid exclusively on Val di Fassa and Dolomiti Superski day and multi-day ski passes.

Are there any discounts for people of a certain age?

Yes, There are. People born before 27.11.1956 only have to show an identity document at the checkout.

Do we have to pay a parking fee?

No, you don’t. Parking is free both in close proximity to the departure point of the cableway and along the road towards Val San Nicolò. From here you can turn directly in to the return ski slope and at the same time at the end of the day you can get to the car with your skis on.

Can I rent ski equipment in the vicinity of the ski lifts?

Yes, you can. There is a special area right next to the checkouts. There you will find everything you need: ski, ski poles, snowboards, ski boots, helmets for adults and children. And then there is a ski room which allows you to leave your equipment ( even your own) in the heated lockers at the end of the day on the slopes and to find it perfectly dry the following day.
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Can I book a private lesson or partecipate in the group courses?

Yes, you can. The ski instructors of the ski school of Pozza are available for both ski and snowboard lessons. During high season it is advisable to contact them in advance. Click HERE for more info.

When are high and low season?

High season: from 24/12/2023 to 06/01/2024 and from 28/01/2024 to 16/03/2024. Season: from 05/12/2023 to 23/12/2023, from 07/01/2024 to 27/01/2024 and from 17/03/2024 till the end of the season.

If I don’t ski, what can I do in Buffaure?

You can take the gondola lift and stop in one of the two nearby mountain huts (La Bolp and Rifugio Buffaure) and enjoy the landscape and the traditional Trentino and Ladin dishes.

Can I board the cable car with dogs?

Yes, they travel for free even in winter.

Do the mountain huts offer the overnight stay service at high altitude?

Yes, two of them do: Baita Cuz and Rifugio Buffaure. The former is known for its panoramic sauna; the second offers a more spartan accomodation. Both allow you to wake up in the morning in this enchanted place and enjoy the beaty of the untouched slopes before the opening of the skilifts.

Is it mandatory for skiers to wear a helmet?

From 1 January 2022 helmet use is mandatory under the age of 18; however it is strongly recommended to avoid serious injuries in case of an accident. Skiers are also required to have a third – party insurance cover.