Sledding in Cortina d’ Ampezzo, Belluno,
2434m/7985ft a.s.l (Dolomiti Superski)
Croda Rossa peak:
Sledge was the main mean of transportation for several hundreds of year and trade mark of the alpine region. Nowadays it has been transformed into a very pleasant and funny sport activity with many fans. Monte Cavallo is the perfect destination for truly unforgettable runs.
The longest lightened trail in Italy which operates, upon request, also during the nights, is offering unique nocturne rides from 7 to 10 pm and it operates from Monte Cavallo till Rosskorpf. Another exciting version of sledding is tobogganing. In Croda Rossa, a 5 km/3.10 mi long floodlit toboggan trail is available for ideal night runs.
The area of Sesto is the right place for beginners to take their first steps!!!
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