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A WONDERFUL SUMMER AT Passo San Pellegrino

The flowery meadows, paths and views of the Dolomites

Hotel San Marco in Passo San Pellegrino for your family-friendly summer holiday. Come out of the hotel and be immediately surrounded by spectacular mountain trails, from the easiest that are suitable for families with children to the more challenging excursions for mountain enthusiasts.

In summer, our hotel is surrounded by expanses of green meadows, fragrant woods, clear streams and lovely alpine lakes.

Contact us to find out all the wonderful surprises that Passo San Pellegrino and Hotel San Marco have in store for your summer holiday.

  • Starting point for easy excursions for families with push-chairs
  • More demanding hikes and high-altitude trekking
  • Ideal itineraries for mountain-biking
  • Paths for Nordic Walking
  • Depature point for equipped trails

Laghetto di Passo San Pellegrino: a lovely lake that looks like it belongs in a fairy tale. This is an ideal place for spending happy times with the family. It is located a few steps from Hotel San Marco.

Conca di Fuciade: this is an easily accessible paradise that is suitable for families with small children. Immediately upon climbing the hill, take a road on the left that leads to the Miralago refuge. It is a mostly flat walk interspersed with short climbs. Journey time is approximately one hour. It is possible to eat at the famous Rifugio Fuciade, one of the best restaurants in the valley.  

"Costabella" chair lift: the chair lift starts from the hotel and quickly reaches marvelous pastures from which you can see marmots peeking out between the stones. Children can run around in the green meadows, breathing in clean air. At the Rifugio Paradiso you can admire a panorama of the Dolomites from the terrace.

Choosing Hotel San Marco at Passo San Pellegrino means already being in the best location for starting your excursions.

The Costabella chairlift shortens the journey time to the Passo Selle refuge: follow path 604 and take an hour-long walk on a trail; you can have lunch at the refuge. From here there are numerous possibilities for continuing the excursion further.

We suggest another very panoramic but not particularly difficult excursion to Col Margherita, where you can use the cable car to shorten the journey time: follow the signs for "Alta via Mariotta,” then for "Forcella Juribrutto" and finally for "Malga Vallazza." It’s worth it for the unique panorama!

From the walk to the Fuciade refuge, continue left up to the Passo delle Cirelle where there are many historical finds from the Great War. From here, with a final effort, it is possible to "conquer" Cima Cadine Est.

Hotel San Marco is undoubtedly the best starting point for some of the most beautiful equipped trails of Val di Fassa.

Bepi Zac equipped trail: First World War battles took place here. From the Rifugio Passo Selle follow sign 637. We recommend you only visit the numerous war trenches if equipped with a helmet with a front. Upon reaching Forcella del Ciadin, you can go down to Passo San Pellegrino or continue for the more challenging second section of the trail.

Gronton in Moena – Lusia equipped trail: this is a relatively simple trail that is only equipped for short sections. It requires a sure foot and no suffering of vertigo due to the presence of tricky sections of the trail that do not have a safety rope. Attention, we advise you not to do this trail in the company of children.

Val di Fassa Guest Card

Every summer the Val di Fassa Tourist Board organises a rich programme of activities. You can choose from:

  • Climbing for children aged 7 to 14 years, a full day for learning how to climb; every Tuesday
  • Mountain-biking for children aged 7 to 14 years; every Tuesday
  • Guided excursions on the occasion of the Sounds of the Dolomites
  • Introduction laboratories to the geology/mineralogy of the Dolomites

Participating in these initiatives is free. Just ask the hotel for the Val di Fassa Card and present the card to register at the valley Tourist Office by 18.30 the day before the activity.

If the excursions involve the use of shuttles or lifts, the cost is borne by the participants, who also make their own arrangements for getting to the starting point of the tour.

Other advantages of having a Val di Fassa Guest Card:

  • Free entry to the Ladin de Fascia museum
  • Exhibition of the Great War 1914-1918 "La Gran Vera" in Moena, reduction of 1,00 € on the admission fee and on the admission fee for the permanent exhibition at the Pordoi Pass
  • Reduced rate for entrance to some museums in Trentino
  • Discount on admission fees to the Adventure Parks of Campitello and Pozza di Fassa and to the Minigolf courses of Pozza and Moena
  • Discount on activities promoted by Sport Check Points
  • ...and much more

PANORAMAPASS 2020: Card for free and unlimited access to the lifts in Val di Fassa.

At the ticket offices of the ski lifts, it will bw possible to purchase the Panoramapass 2020 card.

There are three rates:

  • 3 days out of 6: Adults € 59.00; Children (born after 16.05.2004) € 35.00; Children (born after 16.05.2012) free;
  • 6 days out of 6: Adults € 83.00; Children (born after 16.05.2004) € 53.00; Children (born after 16.05.2012) free;
  • 7 days out of 13: Adults € 97.00; Children (born after 16.05.2004) € 61.00; Children (born after 16.05.2012) free;

For holders of Panoramapass there is also a reduction on the entrance ticket to the Dòlaondes Aquatic Center.

Visit the website for more information www.fassa.com.

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