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Strada Dolomites, 63/2
Sèn Jan di Fassa, Trentino Alto Adige, 38036

349 649 1192

Fassa Valley

Fassa Valley, located in the Eastern Alps, in the heart of the Dolomites, extends for 20 km in the northeastern corner of Trentino. The renowned passes of the Dolomites connect it to the Province of Belluno and South Tyrol. The Avisio river, which rises from Marmolada, runs through the valley, and joins the Adige near the city of Trento, after crossing the valleys of Fiemme and Cembra.

Coming up from the near Fiemme Valley, the first town is Moena, connected by the San Pellegrino pass with Falcade and Agordino. After Soraga, the valley opens up to the towns of Vigo, Pozza and Pera di Fassa, which united in 2018 to form the municipality of San Giovanni di Fassa (Sèn Jan). The picturesque squares and the wonderful mountains surrounding Sèn Jan will be the stage of the Circen Dolomites Festival.

After the small towns of Mazzin and Campitello, the valley ends with Canazei, located in a basin enclosed between the Sella group and the Marmolada and Gran Vernel massif. The valley is connected to the other Ladin valleys by the Fedaia, Sella and Pordoi passes.

The Dolomites' beauty is legendary and has no equal in the world. Their uniqueness and significance on a geological and natural level have qualified these mountains to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage, on the 26th of July 2009.

The Rosengarten, Monzoni and Marmolada groups, with their remarkable majesty, will be the perfect setting for the unforgettable performances of extremely talented acrobats and jugglers.

How to get to the valley

The link below redirects to Val di Fassa Tourist Board's site, where you can find all the information about means of transport and timetables to arrive to Fassa Valley.

To all those who wish to attend the Circen Dolomites Festival events, the organisers recommend the use of public transport and cableway installations to get around the valley.



Mappa festival

1 - Val San Nicolò, Baita alle Cascate


From the center of Pozza follow the road towards Meida. The road continues up to the parking (Vidor locality, next to the Vidor camping), from which you can walk up the valley. Following the main road, it will take you about two hours and twenty minutes to reach the hut.

During the event Festa ta Mont you can arrive in Val San Nicolò by bus from Vidor locality (next to the Vidor camping).


3 - Rifugio Roda di Vael


Once arrived at Ciampedie (see directions), follow the trail 545 (Alta Via dei Fassani), which will take you to the hut in about one hour and a half.


4 - Ciampedie


FROM VIGO you can arrive at the location fast and easily with the cableway (you'll find a parking next to the ski lift station). Otherwise you can follow the trail 544 and arrive at Ciampedie in about an hour and a half.

FROM PERA you can take the chair lift or reach the plateau following the trail 543, in about two hours and a half.


5 - Tamion, Vigo di Fassa


FROM VIGO follow the road SS241 towards Carezza. Shortly after Vallonga, turn left on Strada de Tamion, which will lead you to the hamlet.

FROM SORAGA only by foot: going towards Pozza turn left after the bus stop and take Strada de Barbida. Keep right and take Strada de Parlaut, a concrete road which leads to Tamion in a few minutes.


6 - Gardeccia


Once arrived at Ciampedie (see directions), go down the trail 540, which will take you to Gardeccia in less than an hour.