Jan, Feb, Mar
We meet at Hotel Majestic in Bressanone at 7 pm. There is a program meeting and dinner.
After a short transfer to the Plose ski-lift, we warm up with an easy skiing day in Bressanone. In the afternoon we take a ride with the shuttle through the valley of Gardena to Sella Pass. From here we ski to the Buffaure hut.
Today we ski in the Alpe di Siusi, the biggest mountain pastures of Europe.
At the foot of this massive mountain, we ski across the slopes of the Alpe di Siusi. In the afternoon we proceed to Val Gardena with its wonderful Seceda ski area.
Across Passo Pordoi we get to Corvara (1,500m), the entrance to the ski area of Alta Badia. Down the Pralongià pastures we reach Armentarola, and then to Passo Falzarego (2,105m).
We begin in the skiing area of Averau and Nuvolau. From here we go to Nuvolau and proceed by skibus to Pescul. There, we reach the Civetta skiing area, with 80km skiing slopes awaiting us, and stunning views of the 1,200-meter-high north wall of the Civetta. In the afternoon we return to Sasso di Stria.
Over Porta Vescovo, which itself is already worth a day trip, we reach the Marmolada, the most beautiful red downhill in the world, at 12km long. We will extend this downhill up to 15km by continuing to Serrai, known as the Grand Canyon of the Dolomites, a place of fantastic views and great skiing experience.
Today we ski along the Padon crest and Porta Vescovo to Arabba and even further to Passo Pordoi. Later on we reach the village of Lupo Bianco and its skiing area of Col Rodella on the Sella Pass. After lunch we go back to Ciampinoi. Here we let our ski trip end with a Grappa or aperitivo, before returning to Hotel Majestic.
End of the ski safari.
Hotel al Sasso de Stria, in Belluno, Italy.
3 nights at Hotel al Sasso di Stria; 2 nights at Hotel Frara; and 2 nights in the Fedaia hut.
Alpine skiing equipment: helmet, ski mask and sun protection. Casual leisure and lodge clothing (possibly ear plugs), wash bag and towel. Day backpack is not necessary.
The mountains are my home. Ever higher, steeper and more difficult climbs are what motivates me. After Reinhold Messner , I am the first South Tyrolean to successfully climb all Seven Summits . I have set foot on the highest peaks in the world a total of 14 times and intend to continue making my high altitude dreams come true in the coming years.
Come with me and discover the most beautiful mountains in the Alps and the Dolomites or join one of my trips to some of the most stunning mountain areas in the world. You can also climb the 7 summits with me!
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