The ski slope “Labirinti” in Tofana, part of the ISTA Ski Area in Cortina d’Ampezzo, for experienced skiers seeking a challenge reserved for the few and unique in the Dolomites. Indeed, we can say it is one of the gems of the Dolomiti Superski area. This slope offers a unique and unforgettable skiing experience for enthusiasts of challenging descents and spectacular views.

Difficulty Level of the Slope

It is a black slope, the highest level of difficulty, requiring significant technical skill in skiing. It is perfect for experienced skiers seeking an exciting challenge.

Key Features

The “Labirinti” slope is renowned for its high technical difficulty and the quality of the snow, always perfect. The track features a long and consistent steep wall that will test the skills of even the most experienced skiers. This course was the venue for the men’s giant slalom at the “Cortina 2021” Alpine Ski World Championships and will also be the stage for some women’s alpine skiing and paralympic events at the upcoming Winter Olympics “Milan – Cortina 2026.”

Environment and Atmosphere

“Labirinti” provides an immersive experience in the natural beauty of the Dolomites. During the descent, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Ampezzo Valley and the majestic peaks that surround it.

Due to the high technical challenge required, the “Labirinti” slope is often less crowded than other slopes, making it ideal for those seeking a more intimate and secluded snow experience. The atmosphere is adrenaline-filled, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of the pure mountain environment.

“Labirinti” is slope nr 33 on the map and you can get there by chairlift “Col Drusciè – Duca d’Aosta”

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