Discover summer at the Lavazè Pass

In a highly uncontaminated environment, at 1,808 meters of altitude, the Lavazè Pass offers interesting opportunities for relaxation and recreation in contact with nature. The majestic massifs of the Latemar and the Catinaccio/Rosengarten, the Corno Bianco and the Corno Nero, will be the ideal setting for your holiday in the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage.

More kilometers and big Champions

After a long period, finally snow came back to visit us at Passo Lavazè. From Wednesday, January 12th we will be ready with 25 kilometers of ski tracks, among them there are the beloved “Malga Ora” and “Passo Oclini”. Many athletes of national teams from all over the world will train on the amateur’s side until the end of the month. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet and watch extraordinary Champions at their best. Cross Country and Nordic Combined skiers as well as biathletes are here. The Winter Olympic Games of Beijing 2022 are around the corner and Passo Lavazè is the perfect place to prepare this appointment.

The Lavazè Pass Cross-country Ski Centre is adhering to the closing regulations that will come into force starting from Monday 15 March 2021. We do it reluctantly, but confident that this will allow us to meet in a few months stronger and more serene for a new summer, made up of walks, fresh air and enchanted mountains. As long as the snow conditions allow it, a few kilometres will still be groomed for those who can come and ski.

A heartfelt thanks to all those who have kept us company in this colourful winter!

After weeks of polar cold or spring heat, the snow returned in the night and the guys from the Team-Courses went out early in the morning to prepare the tracks. Check here the updated situation.

Another 10 centimeters of fresh snow, winter continues at the Lavazè Pass where the 67 km of groomed courses for cross-country skiing allow you to vary trails, gradients and incredible views.