One of the most well-known and iconic runs of Cortina d'Ampezzo: it will host the Women's Downhill, Super-G and Giant Slalom competitions during the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Cortina 2021.
This black ski slope became famous during the 1956 Winter Olympics, with the victory of the third personal gold medal in the Slalom by Toni Sailer.
The steepest slope in Cortina d'Ampezzo and one of the most difficult and spectacular runs in the Tofane Ski Area.
With a total of 905 meters in length and a max slope grade of 55%, it is the ideal slope for advanced skiers.
This black ski slope became famous during the 1956 Winter Olympics with the victory of the Giant Slalom gold medal by Toni Sailer.
One of the most characteristic runs in Cortina d'Ampezzo, famous for being part of the Ladies Ski World Cup Downhill race.
The slope is quite brief but really intense and it offers an astonishing view on Cortina d'Ampezzo along its entire path.