Latemar Sixpack

The 6 best slopes for experts

Let’s show off the muscles! Latemar Sixpack: the 6 slopes of the Ski Center Latemar for training ski enthusiasts abdominals.

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1. Torre di Pisa (slope n. 38)

The Torre di Pisa slope, as exciting as the Dolomite spire from which it takes its name, is loved by expert skiers. 60% gradient, 1500 m of perfect snow and an unbeatable panorama that ranges from the Marmolada to the Pale di San Martino.

2. Pala di Santa (slope n. 20a)

There is no need to unfasten your skis, the descent to Paradise begins on the sunny plateau at 2,400 m above sea level and offers two variants: an easy run with a breathtaking panoramic view and the black run “Il Muro di Santa” 58% gradient and 100% adrenaline.

3. Maierl (slope n. 5)

A technically demanding track hosting the European Cup for years. Professional slalom riders and passionate skiers will find a 1600 m run with an average width of 53 m, 55% gradient and perfect snow to whiz downhill.

4. Cinque Nazioni (slope n. 35a)

On this slope with 50% gradient, the best skiers from Italy, Austria, Switzerland, France and Germany battled to win the Cinque Nazioni  Cup in the 1970s-.

5. Agnello (slope n.28a)

Undoubtedly the most artistic descent of this Sixpack. The 2600 m long slope featuring different tracks, winds its way through RespirArt, one of the highest-altitude open-air art galleries in the world. The Variante Muro, with peaks of 48% gradient, is the one that counts for adrenaline lovers.

6. Oberholz (slope n.2)

More than 500 m altitude difference, its track deserves at least one descent. Varied and challenging at times, the Oberholz rewards with a dream view of the Val d’Ega, the Alps and the city of Bolzano.

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