600 athletes from 70 nations and 13 world titles up for grabs
By Jack Davidson Walmsley
The great sporting event will be the setting for the Olympic champions’ exploits;Hosted this coming February on the newly built Dolomite slopes, it will surely be able to gift emotions to all it’s spectators.
In February the schedule in Cortina d’Ampezzo will become pretty intense as two weeks of events and competitions will attract over 600 athletes from 70 different nations to town, all hungry to win the 13 world titles up for grabs. This international event will reach over 500 million people from all over the world via web and TV.
Buy your ticket online: https://www.cortina2021.com/preticketing/booking/.
Enjoy a champion’s experience on the Cortina ski slopes
If you want to intensely experience the emotions of the Alpine Ski World Cup, know that you can also ski on the same slopes of our international heroes. As we wait for an eventual early opening, Cortina, as per tradition, will be the first to open the lifts of the Dolomiti Superski, on the 28th of November, and the last to close them, in Faloria, on the 5th of May 2021. There are two special offers that will allow you to enjoy the beauty of skiing in the Dolomites:”First snow”, enjoyable from the 28th of November to the 19th of December 2020 which gives you the possibility to stay for four nights, inclusive of four days of ski pass and four days of ski rental and ski school by paying only three. Secondly “Skiing in the spring sun”, from the 21st of March 2021 to the end of the season where you will have the possibility to stay seven nights paying only six and enjoy six days of ski pass at the price of only five.The opportunity is really unique and to be taken at once!You can find more information on dolomiti.org website.
The new Tracks of the Olympic slopes
Among the novelties of the 2021 Alpine Ski World Championships are the new tracks on it’s slopes, among which I would like to point out the completely new “Vertigine” slope that will host the men’s speed disciplines and the Lino Lacedelli, dedicated to the first man to reach the top of K2 in 1954, and built in the Five Towers area to host the Giant Slalom and Slalom qualifications. Lacedelli used to train on these wonderful natural towers and today this area attracts hundreds of professional mountaineers.
For the 2020-21 winter season, Dolomiti Superski has developed a system of guarantees that ensures maximum transparency and safety for those who will purchase seasonal or multi-day ski passes; Read all the info on EnjoyItalyGo.
Inside the new Dolomiti Superski App and integrated in the 3D ski map on the website, the user will also find an innovative “Skiers Map”, which will display the frequency of the ski lift use. By following the developments at the individual lifts, anyone can evaluate the right time to use of the lifts, thus avoiding any possible assembly.
Discover the hikes you can already take, on the paths of legends that characterize the territory of the Dolomites!
Jack Davidson Walmsley
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