With 48 km of slopes, a wide range of ski passes, and something to suit every taste, it is not always so easy to keep track of it all! Here’s a brief guide to help you find your bearings:
In Obereggen – specifically the Ski Center Latemar, with its 48 km of slopes, 18 ski lifts, 12 ski huts, 3 ski kindergartens and a snowpark – visitors can choose between various ski resorts, with connections, carousels and all the passes you need to enjoy them to the full:
When you buy a Val di Fiemme/Obereggen day pass, you have access to the 48 km of slopes in the Ski Center Latemar – and can weave your way between the Obereggen, Pampeago and Predazzo resorts without even taking off your skis or snowboard! This ski pass also allows you free access to another 63 kilometres of pistes in the nearby Val di Fiemme.
The Val di Fiemme/Obereggen ski pass Obereggen/Val di Fiemme combines the Ski Center Latemar with Obereggen, Pampeago and Predazzo – the resorts of Alpe Cermis, Alpe Lusia and Jochgrimm-Oclini, and the ski lifts in the villages of Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente and Petersberg/Monte San Pietro. Purchasing a day pass or multi-day pass in Obereggen automatically gives you access to all the slopes in these ski resorts, totalling 111 km.
The Valle Silver ski pass is valid for either five or six days. It gives you access to a total of 390 kilometres of pistes divided between the ski resorts of Val di Fiemme/Obereggen, Val di Fassa-Carezza, Alpe Lusia–San Pellegrino and San Martino di Castrozza-Passo Rolle.
As an optional highlight, the Dolomiti Superski pass offers you practically unlimited winter fun on a total of 1,200 km of pistes throughout the Dolomites!
Val di Fiemme/Obereggen and Dolomiti Superski season passes are also available, and are valid for the entire season.
And, as a special treat, there are various combined passes to choose from: more details can be found here.
The Obereggen ski slopes, toboggan runs and Nightpark are also regularly floodlit at night, ideal for all those who can never get enough – and for all those who want a touch more adventure in their skiing! Click here for more information on night tickets.
Please note that the ski slopes will be open at 8:30 a.m. and closed by the ski patrol at 4:30 p.m. After this time piste grooming equipment may be in use, some of which uses taut steel cables which are difficult to see. All persons still on the slopes after 4.30 pm assume full responsibility for doing so.