Leaving the reassuring world of groomed slopes, you are in the mountains for real. No signs, no networks, just our skis and the snow that covers the surrounding peaks.

More and more snow lovers are moving away from the slopes because they are tired of the crowd; but skill and experience are essential to ski outside. Here the mountain guide becomes essential for a descent of sure pleasure, discovery and learning; to move with the correct attitude, to get to know the snow and enjoy skiing safely.

The classic releases:

Val Mesdì:
From Passo Pordoi ascent to Sass Pordoi by cable car. Descent towards the Pordoi saddle, then crossing at high altitude to Rif. Boè and descent of Val Mesdì to Col Fosco. From here, the return to the Fassa Valley with the Sellaronda lifts network is planned.

Val Lasties:
As for the Mesdì valley up to the Pordoi saddle, then down to the Lasties valley up to Pian Schiavaneis from where you connect to the Canazei slopes and the Sellaronda carousel.

Marmolada of Punta Rocca Rocca:
From the Fedaia Pass, go down to Malga Ciapela and go up with the lifts to Punta Rocca. Descent along the Via Lidia to the Fedaia Pass, from here you are connected to the Superski Dolomiti lifts.

Equipment: the normal equipment for skiing on the slopes is enough.

Technical level: the ability to descend safely from black slopes is required.

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