Hotel Medil Val di Fassa Dolomiti Trentino
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Wonderful excursions in the Dolomites

The Val di Fassa offers numerous walks through unique mountain scenery in the world for those passionate to get out into the Dolomites. The Fiemme, San Martino and Fassa Valleys, with more than 200 km of enclosed paths running through the woods and alpine ridges, give birth to the Trek of the Legends, a journey rich in history, mythology and nature. Furthermore, since 2009, the “pale” Mountains have been declared a Unesco World Heritage site. Trust the advice of our alpine guides when organizing your excursions and you will be even more enthusiastic about your experience.


Walk in a dream

  • Paths suitable for all levels of difficulty
  • Daily walking program "in company" on easy paths and for all ages
  • Base camps open throughout the summer
  • Panorama Pass for the cable cars
  • 4 stages of the international Via Alpine itinerary
  • Dolomites: universal heritage site

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    Health, sport and Dolomite countryside

    Nordic Walking is an innovative sport walking technique that is inspired by the dynamism of Nordic skiing by using the strength of the arms and torso muscles during excursions in the mountains. Two walking sticks offer stability and resistance even along the more difficult routes. Staying in our Hotel you can make use of our experienced teachers as you try a new, healthy, and fun activity. Nordic walking combines the pleasure of walking with the physical benefits of an integrated sport.


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    Mountain Biking in the Dolomites

    The Val di Fassa, has, for years, been a favourite destination for cycling enthusiasts and those who love the most exclusive mountain landscapes. Major events like the Südtirol Sellaronda Hero Mountain Bike-Marathon, part of the national 2011 FCI (Federation of Italian Cyclists) and the Val di Fassa Bike, organized by A.s.d. Val di Fassa Sport Events, part of the Trentino Mtb circuit, have the latest facilities and the most inspiring landscape setting in Europe. National Instructors and dedicated cycling centres will both contribute to an unforgettable experience as you commune with nature.


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    Nature, sport, art and Ladin culture

    Campitello di Fassa offers a host of possibilities for those who long to spend their summer holidays in touch with nature. Rock-climbing walls, horse-riding, hang-gliding and paragliding are just some of the options for a stay dedicated to learning a sport. Numerous golf courses and state of the art tennis centres will provide you with days full of fun and excitement. Also, for lovers of culture and local tradition, who want to delve into the ancient and fascinating Ladin history, there are numerous museums and markets.

    Hotel Medil Val di Fassa Offerte

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    TESTIMONIALS

    • I was there for 4 nights for half board.this hotel is amazing.I never ate such a good meals in any ski hotel.do not think about any other one.the spa is also great.the staff we were very kind.the room was clean

      EYAL S
      Tripadvisor | 1.04.2018
    • We were a family group of seven, as part of an organized ski deal, that included half board accommodations. This is a medium size hotel situated near the cable car at Campitello do Fassa. The rooms are nice and very clean. Most have a beautiful view, and every room has a small balcony that would be nice to use during warm seasons. That staff is very friendly, attentive and helpful.

      Muggia | Tel Aviv
      Tripadvisor | 28.02.2018
    • Great little hotel. All you need for a great ski break . Great dinners offered very generous portions - if still feeling hungry can ask for seconds! Catered well to a difficult eater thank you to the great dining room staff. Close to lift. Secure ski room great boot heater.

      Debi D. | Cyprus
      Tripadvisor | 19.12.2018