Skiing in Falcade

  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Up to 1,200 km of runs
  • Excellent skiing for all abilities
  • Great snow record
  • World Cup training ground
  • School Ski Trips

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“An efficient, organised professional and fun ski tour which my students will remember for the rest of their lives.”

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Quick Facts

Easy Slopes (Blue): 29

Medium Slopes (Red): 17

Difficult Slopes (Black): 7

Snow parks: 2

Resort Height: 1100m

Top Station Height: 2513m

KM of Skiing: 100

Number of Lifts: 26

Coach from Calais: 18 hrs

Airport transfer (Venice): 2.5 hrs

On the slopes

Falcade is in the heart of the Dolomites on the Venetian side of the Tre Valli ski region and 110km northwest of Venice, making it easily accessible to both coach and flight groups. The Falcade valley has a grand total of 26 ski lifts, 53 ski runs and an ultra efficient snow machine network, guaranteeing great snow coverage until Easter. Snowboarders will love the two state-of-the art snow parks which are also accessible to spectators. We are working with two accredited ski and snowboard schools in Falcade who will start beginners off in a dedicated beginners area. By the end of the week, they will be able to enjoy the “Skitour dell Emozione”, a 12 km-long easy track, while more accomplished skiers can test their skis on some exhilarating red and black ski runs.

Dolomiti Superski

Your Club Europe ski pass will cover the valley of Falcade but it is easy to extend this to a Dolomiti Superski pass or combined pass in order to explore other valleys and take advantage of this massive area with its 1,200km of runs! Particularly worth noting is the nearby Punta Roca at an awe-inspiring height of 3,269 metres with beautiful views of the Dolomites and Veneto plains right down to the Venice lido. Have a go on the Marmolada glacier or challenge your group to the “Bellunese” run, the longest piste in the Dolomites.


There is a wide variety of entertainment, designed to keep even your most active students busy! Outdoor activities include snow tubing, snow-shoe walks, ice-climbing, floodlit skiing, ice skating and horse-drawn sleigh rides, while we also offer cultural insights into the region with evenings of local music and food or a visit to a couple of nearby museums.

  • Snow tubing
  • Snow-shoe walking
  • Ice-climbing
  • Floodlit skiing
  • Ice skating
  • Swimming
  • Sleigh rides
  • Excursions
  • Dolomiti evening
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"Outstanding customer service. As always, our tour experience with Club Europe was first class and they exceeded our expectations, as they do year on year!"

Kevin, Party Leader, Surrey.

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