The traditional Italian village of Falcade has become a firm favourite with Ardmore groups, offering an excellent range of skiing and a friendly welcome that brings groups back year after year. Falcade lies in the Valle di Biois, in the heart of the Dolomites. Beginner skiers and boarders will particularly enjoy the excellent facilities for those just starting our, including the gentle descents on the summit, whilst the ski area offers plenty of mileage and challenges for intermediates and experts, with a wide range of testing reds and blacks.
Falcade Ski, 1300m – 2430m
The great aspect of Falcade’s skiing, is that whatever ski pass you choose, there is plenty of skiing for everyone, from beginners in their first stages of learning, to the most experienced expert, whose search for new thrills and challenges is unending. As elsewhere in the Dolomiti Superski Region, the Falcade lift system is modern and well designed and the pistes perfectly groomed. Beginner skiers and boarders will particularly enjoy the excellent facilities for those just starting out, including the gentle descents on the summit, whilst the ski area offers plenty of mileage and challenges for intermediates and experts, with a wide range of testing reds and blacks.
Hotel Val Gares (Canale D’Agordo) 3*
The Val Gares is a short walk from the village and just 4km from the ski lifts. A great location and a warm welcome
from the De Dea family mean that this hotel comes highly recommended.
Facilities: Lift, dining room, bar, lounge area, games room and heated ski room.
Meals: Extended continental breakfast and three course evening meal.
Sleeps: Up to 74 in 2, 3 and 4 bedded rooms, all with private facilities and many with balcony.
Falcade, Canale d’Agordo and the neighbouring villages in the Valle di Biois have plenty to offer for an evening activity programme. In addition to the many shops, bars, restaurants, pizzerias and cafes in Falcade and Canale d’Agordo, there are many possible activities close at hand, such as curling, ice-skating and indoor swimming.
What you need to know
Bottom Station: 1300m
Top Station: 2430m
Number of Skilifts: 47
Marked Runs: 80km
Longest Run: 8km
Liftpass Photo required: No
Closest Glacier: Marmolada
Glacier 3269m 1 hour
Coach: 16 hours via France-Switzerland-Austria-Italy
Air: Verona 3hrs / Venice 4 hrs