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Dolomites 2019/2020

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albob wrote:
And look at the amount of snow still there on this webcam - all unavailable.. Sad

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Work has started clearing the trees to recreate the ‘Pilat’, the former ski run from alp de Suisa down into the south side of Ortisei. Described in the 1985 Good Skiing Guide as ‘an unpleasant red graded track engineered into the face, with netting to protect skiers from long drops’, this steep and long north facing run through the trees was abandoned in the early 90s. Its reinstatement with a modern artificial snow making system will no doubt attract more skiers up to the rather lovely Alpe de Suisa. When open, perhaps even this season (?) it should be a rather more pleasant addition.

At the bottom of the Pilat is the ‘Ronc’ a steep field above Ortisei which used to hold World Cup slalom events. Here is a street map view from underneath the mothballed tbar which used to serve the slope https://www.instantstreetview.com/@46.570534,11.667297,352.4h,-14.45p,1.56z

The new Pilat run will decend this field further to the east.
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@Peter S,
Although a little unchallenging, Alpe di siusi is stunningly beautiful and has seen significant investment recently. We popped up there in Jan and were amazed how most of the previously austere looking concrete 'bunkers' are now fantastically swish hotels. Happy
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Yes it is worth a visit isn’t it? very beautiful and very different from anywhere else I’ve ever skied.
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@Peter S, thanks, good to know about developments to the circuit.
Alpe di Suisi seemed a quiet and beautiful area on a day trip from Arabba last February. As mentioned, relatively easy terrain, a good base for beginners and early intermediated maybe.

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