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Ski World Cup Alta Badia

Men's giant slalom on the Gran Risa slope in La Villa.

The giant slalom along the Gran Risa slope in La Villa in Alta Badia is according to the ski world cup insiders, among the most challenging of the whole ski world cup circuit.
With its 448 metres of altitude difference, 1,255 metres of length and 53% of maximum inclination, the Gran Risa slope is a slope for real champions.

Technical data of the slope:
  • Start 1.871 m
  • Finish 1.423 m
  • Vertical drop 448 m
  • Lenght 1.255 m
  • Maximum incline 53%
  • Minimum incline 16%
  • Average incline 36%

Link: Official site of the Ski World Cup Giant Slalom on the Gran Risa slope

Weather

 
  • Thursday, 01 June 2017

    Explore your way

    Explore Your Way

    Expand your horizons, make the most of your passion, find a new adrenaline rush, all in Alta Badia in the heart of the Dolomites – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Alta Badia offers a new way of experiencing the great outdoors, where sport means much more than playing games and becomes pure freedom.

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  • Sunday, 17 December 2017

    Ski World Cup Alta Badia
    Men's giant slalom on the Gran Risa slope in La Villa.

    The giant slalom along the Gran Risa slope in La Villa in Alta Badia is according to the ski world cup insiders, among the most challenging of the whole ski world cup circuit. Read more...
  • Saturday, 10 June 2017

    Sella Ronda MTB Hero Tour

    The Sella Ronda mountain bike tour is a tour with panoramic views of the peaks of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thanks to the possibility to transport the bikes with the lifts, the mountain passes Gardena, Campolongo, Sella and Pordoi can be easily climbed. The descents are mostly on technical singletrack and only partly follow the road. Starting from Alta Badia the tour can be run clockwise or counterclockwise.