The most famous and interesting routes in Dolomiti SuperSki
As you know in the Dolomiti SuperSki region there are more than 1,200 km. ski slopes. And among them there are of course such, to drive by which self-respecting skier is just no right. To a little orient all those who seek to conquer the most interesting trails in the Dolomites, we made a small review of the most famous and notable.
Cataria Ciampinoi district
Of course, the first thing that comes to mind when mentioning the famous trails in Italian Dolomites is Saslong’s highway highway on the Mount of Champinium in Val Gardena. Since 1969, the World Cup draw is regularly held here – high-speed descent and supergigant. Interestingly, Saslong is known that unknown athletes with distant start numbers achieved success here. For example, a real sensation of 1993 was the victory of an athlete from Liechtenstein Marcus Fozer. It is explained by the fact that the snow in the top of the track under the action of sun rays was becoming more slippery. To avoid this "inequalities" For athletes, the start time was moved to an earlier morning.
The track starts from the champinium from a height of 2249 m, finishes in the village of Santa Cristina at an altitude of 1410 m. The height difference is 839 m, length – 3446 m. Saslong is considered "Classic" The highway highway on which the World Cup Racing.
"Doubles" Saslong is the so-called Saslong trace b, which goes away from his famous fellow slightly below the forest area. It is not necessary to think that Saslong B is much easier than Sasnel A – here there are also sophisticated areas, especially at the top. The length of Sasnelong B is even more than that of Saclong A, his finish is also located in Santa Cristina.
One more very serious "black" Descent leads from Champinium to Garden Sello. It begins at the same point, where and the route of the Saslog, however, it takes to the right and brings to the bottom station of the Ciampinoi lift through the forest. When descending, it is necessary to be very attentive – the track passes in the shade, along the northern slope of the champinium, so it is always quite rigid here.
SCEDA Catania Area
To the top of the La Longia highway, at a height of 2519 m above sea level, you can get into two receptions from ortise – on the cable car of the gondola type and further in the pendulum carriage. Or rising from Santa Christina in the Gondola Cabin to the COL Reiser district, and then taking advantage of the chair lift. In any case, the descent on the highway will deliver the real pleasure to everyone who confidently stands on skis. After all, the length of the track is about 10 km, La Longia, according to some data, is considered the longest track in the Dolomiti SuperSki region. Finishes the track in the village of Ortisei, at an altitude of 1240 m, the height difference is almost 1300 m.
The most famous route of Alta Badia – Neighboring from Val Gardena region Dolomiti SuperSki, of course, Gran Risa. Steep "black" (without any discounts – the maximum slope here is 53%) descent of its start takes on the PIZ LA ILLA, at an altitude of about 2000 m above sea level. Finish route – in the village of La Villa at an altitude of 1423 m. Here, the competition for the World Cup is also held every year, only not in the high-speed descent, but in a giant slalom. The start of the race track is slightly lower – at an altitude of 1871 m, the slope is always in a very hard, almost ice state – there is almost no sun, the track passes in the forest, among high fir trees. For the first time, ski competitions were held here in 1985, the record holder is still the Great Italian Alberto Tomba, who won on the Grand Reese four times.
Another route that descends in Alta Badia from the top of Lagazuoi – from Cortina d’Ampezzo – worthy of close attention: from a height of 2800 m, from Refugio Lagazuoi, the descent passes among the picturesque dolomite rocks. Since it is possible to get back only on "route taxi", then on the highway is usually low, coverage throughout the day is preserved in perfect condition. Finishes the track in Sass Dlacia. From here to the ARMENTAROLA BUGEL Lift will have to get on a tug – using horse-cutting. Length of the track – 7.5 km, height difference – 1130 m.
Arabba – Marmolada
Very serious tracks for experienced skiers start from the port of Weskovo over a small village of Arabba, which is located right on the way of the famous Sella Ronda route. Starting from a height of 2478 m, "black" Route number 5 goes straight down, almost under the cable car. Snow here all day remains dry – the rays of the sun go here only at the end of the day, and the trees cover the track from them. "Lightweight" 5th track option is "Red" Descent No. 6, which, however, from the PESCOI transplant station again becomes "Black" And also finishes in Arabbe. Experienced skiers get great pleasure from these two descents – of course, only if on the tracks a little rolling.
From transplant Pescoi you can leave left, after three "Employed" Charming lift, in the marmold riding zone. Climb to the top of the highest mountain of Italian dolomites (3342 m) only with the help of three queues of the pendulum cableway. In the midst of the season there are considerable queues and the rise takes a long time. However, it is worth it: the descent from the marmalady on a wide, perfectly trained track with the present "Winter" Snow delivers the present pleasure. In addition to eyes, breathtaking views of the Sella array, Valleys of Alta Badia and Val di Fassa – unique views of the surrounding mountains.
From the Marmolade glacier back to the pendulum in the Malia Chiapella leads a long protracted descent on the bottom of a small valley. It is usually very crowded here, in the middle of the day the track is already divided and makes sense to look into one of the restaurants – translate the spirit and exchange impressions with a glass of traditional cocktail Aperol Spritz.
The most famous route of the most famous resort in the Dolomite Alps – Cortina d’Ampezzo, of course, the Olimpia Della Tofana route. It was here that ski competitions at the 1956 Olympic Games were held. Since then, Olympia Tofan has repeatedly undergone major changes. Since 1993, the annual stage of the World Cup of Ski Sport among Women is held here.
The descent starts from the Pomedes shelter and in the upper part passes between two rocks. It is narrowly and cool here, the shadow from the rocks falls on the track, and this site is often candy and hard. Next, the route is a wide variety goes to the right and dives into the forest. The next, quite complicated, the place is two consecutive PRIMO Muro and Secondo Muro drop, then the diagonal traverse and a series of La Grande S aging, after which the forest ends, and the track goes into extensive sunshine glade.
Length of the track: 2822 m
Start: 2348 m
Finish: 1580 m
Height difference: 768 m
Of course, the main "Attraction" In the Karia region of Kronplatz (Plan de Corones) are two parallel descent of Sylvester and Herrnegg. Both tracks from the top of the Kronplatz mountain will start, and then diverge – Sylvester left, Herrnegg is a little right, finish at one point next to the bottom of the rope roads in the riskon. The difference of heights of both one and the other track is 1300 meters, length – about five kilometers. The Sylvester’s route has more violants that pass through the picturesque coniferous forest, the relief of Herrnegg is simpler, without a large number of aggregates and inflection. Just cool here!
In addition to Sylvester and Herrnegg in the Kronples region there are some more black trails. They are not so long and are slightly away from the main zone of skiing. Pre Da Peres is located close to Fursia Pass and is almost always used by sportsmanship skimming trains for competitions. To the new season 2012/2013, the route was expanded and updated the system of.
Erta’s track is located above a very cute town of San Vigilio Di Marebbe, the European Cup is regularly held here. Length of the track is 1650 m, height difference – 418 m. If the Erta route has its own "red" Dubler, T "black" The descent of Pikulin, which is on the other side of the top of Piz de Plaes – the only one for which you can go down to stopping the free ski bass. Therefore, if you want to go from the Kronplatz region further, in the direction of Alta Badia, and at the same time not enough confidently on skis, it is better to go down in the lift cockpit. Of course, the fall on piculin will not lead to serious consequences, but the bruises work decently when a significant part of a two-kilometer descent will overcome very hard coating on its own "Fifth point".
Sylvester – 4950 m
HERRNEGG – 5100 m
PRE DA Peres – 866 m
ERTA – 1610 m
Piculin – 2000 m
Val di Fassa
In the most popular Dolomites Alps valley, Val di Fassa also have several sophisticated descents. First, this is the Tomba track in the Ciampedie Rania district, where the famous Italian ski champion Alberto Tomba was trained. The track is not too long, but cool is quite.
Another descent is on the outskirts of the village of Canzees, Albe. This is a CiaMPAC route, where skiing competitions for the European Cup were held at one time. In some places, the track has a bias of more than 28 grams.,and a significant height difference makes it particularly difficult.
In the area of Catania Passo San Pellegrino, where snow is always enough to ride even in the spring, you need to highlight the COL MARGHERITA track, which starts with a mark of 2500 m and has a length of almost 3 km, with a drop of 650 M heights.
In the Rania of Alpe di Lusia, it is necessary to celebrate two long "Black" Piavac and FIMME ORO I, which pass from the top of Le Cune (2380 m.) To the lower station of the lift in Ronchi under the cabins of two consecutive funicular valbona-le Cune and Lusia-Valbone with a total difference of 1000 meters heights.
Val di fjemme
In Val di Fiemma, especially known "black" Olimpia route in Alpe Cermis. Its length is more than 7 km and some of its plots are laid in the forest. Agnello’s route in Pampago – Long 2.5 km, height difference 400 m.
San Martino di Castrozza
Tognola’s track in San Martino di Castrozza is particularly interesting for giant and super-giant slalom.