Snow Kiting in Passo Tonale, Ponte di Legno,
Trentino-South Tyrol Italy
Passo del Tonale:
mainly from Ovest
two zones, one for beginners and one for skilled kiters
Nowadays, snow kiting has become a new trend in the winter resorts. In Trentino – Alto Adige, in Northern Italy, the right spot for exercising your preferred sport is Passo Tonale, which separates the Stelvio National Park from the Madonna di Campiglio ski area.
Here, the weather conditions are ideal for practicing snow kite despite that the area is located in the foothills of the Italian Dolomites.
In the area, many guide schools are operating and the safety system meets very high standards. Snow kiting is the ideal sport for the passionate of the snow and the speed. In January 2013 here in Tonale was held the National Snow kite Championship Race. The sensation of the cold wind from the mountain and the amazing backdrop is the perfect context of intense emotions and guaranteed excitement.
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