Campitello is on the Sella Ronda circuit, providing 175km of pistes to cover. Most of this caters for intermediates and, with the aid of improved lifts, the whole domain is easily accessible. Campitello is linked to Canazei (two kilometres away), but is much quieter than its neighbour. It is a traditional, unspoilt village, with great restaurants and food, but a lack of foreign language-speaking instructors can make ski school a bit of a challenge. One visitor described the skiing as fairly uniform, with 'not much variety in grade - all red runs which put beginners, intermediates and experts on the same pistes'. The skiing doesn't reach down to the village and you'll have to get a lift up. And, as with most Italian resorts, childcare is pretty minimal.
Overall, Campitello di Fassa is a good value, small village from which to take advantage of the Sella Ronda circuit. It's great for lower abilities, with an attractive traditional South Tyrolean ambience.