Cavalese Ski Resort
Cavalese is unspoiled medieval town in Val di Fiemme with pretty, compact slopes at Alpe Cermis.
7 lifts serve a neat 24km network of slopes, which will keep most skiers happy for a day or so. There's a big vertical drop, extending to over 1400m if conditions allow and the lift system is mostly fast chairlifts and a main access gondola, which rises up from the valley to the slopes above. Snowmaking has seriously improved snow reliability, with most runs now covered by snow machines. Nearby Predazzo offers up another good ski area, linked to Obereggen, which is a great option if you're looking for more variety.
The medieval town is a great base, with loads of accommodation and an excellent range of restaurants, cosy bars and shops. You'll want to stay in the southern part of the village for the quickest access to the slopes, but the town is not huge so don't worry if you're based a little further away.
Resort website: www.visitfiemme.it/cavalese