Dog Sledding in Cortina d’ Ampezzo, Belluno,
Italian Championship Mushers:
Auronzo di Cadore, pista Palus San Marco on 02-03/02/2013
Dog sledding nowadays has been re-discovered and is now a very popular sport. In Cortina d’ Ampezzo, the oldest resort in Italy and amongst the most famous in Europe, this new trend has many fans due to its commodity, pleasure and fan that offers to its lovers.
This ancient transportation mean, widespread for centuries amongst the mountainous communities, returns in the snow resorts as a new trend.
With excellent trained dogs, usually husky, and with the continuous support of very professional instructors, you can enjoy the feeling of the speed sliding in the fresh snow in company with the man’s most faithful friend. Lately in many installations they have started to bread their huskies. During the sport season, numerous regional or / and national competitions and races are taking place.
Lutsen Mountains is one of the most well-known ski areas in the north central Unites States. This large and high ski area, consisting of four mountains, is situated in the rugged Sawtooth Mountains, part of the Superior Highlands on the north shore of Lake Superior. Lutsen Mountains has four mountains, named Ullr, Mystery, Eagle and Moose Mountains.
Mont-Tremblant is one of the most well-known ski resorts in Laurentian mountains of Quebec, Canada, at 130 km/80 mi of Montreal. It's a tourist destination for those who want to have fun and get in touch with the snow environment. Mont-Tremblant offers to its visitors breathtaking view of Laurentians and a wide range of winter activities.
Mont Gabriel is a famous ski resort, located in Sainte-Adele, a municipality in Quebec, Canada. It is about at 70 km/43 mi far from Montreal and just a few steps away from Quebec City. It is a place, where you can have fun with family and friends. Mont Gabriel offers to its visitors a variety of snow activities, fun and friendly and familiar environment. It is also famous as one of the most economical and comfortable ski resorts in Quebec, Canada.
Already since the '70s, Cortina d' Ampezzo was considered to be the most important flying area in Italy and Europe as well. The Italian Free Flight Federation was also founded here in 1976 when many clubs have started to operate many free flights at the same period.
The Dolomites is the perfect arena for the sport fans of climbing and bouldering. With a wide range of challenging walls, Dolomites mountain chain is considered one of the most important natural playgrounds in the climbing international scene.
Snowshoeing has become very popular in all winter resorts over the last years. Touring to the slopes and hiking up the hills on these ‘rackets’ gives you the opportunity to admire pure nature in remote locations, accessible only to mountaineers. Reaching heights up to the hills with breathtaking panoramas is the best reward for your efforts.
Cortina d' Ampezzo has been since the 70' the most important flying area in Italy and Europe as well. The Free Flight Italian Federation has been founded on the spot in 1976, while many free flight clubs have started to operate in the same year.
In Alto Adige - Trentino region, fans of caving can admire the impressive underground setting of the Dolomites mountain chain, shaped by the continuous flow of crystal clear water from the melting of ancient glaciers.
It’s time for the 3rd Qparks Tour Stop, this time at the Snowpark Schöneben, around Reschenpass region in Italy. The Tour Stop is scheduled for the 16th of January 2016 and as previous events of the Tour it enjoys the sponsorship of major brands, like Anon, Neff, Amplifi and Qparks.
In Alto Adige - Trentino region, the particular geological formation of the Dolomites Mountain group and the continuous pass of floating water and steams have shaped the underground format of the area, creating cavities and caves with an especially interesting character and with ample evidence of the past.