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There are less than two months to go until the start of the 2018/2019 winter season and in the Ski Area Passo San Pellegrino everyone is hard at work putting the finishing touches on the newest facilities in order to better accommodate all the skiers hitting the slopes in Falcade and Passo San Pellegrino in the beginning of December.
The most important news regards our family offers: in fact, we have updated and expanded the Le Buse ski school slope, which is easily accessible with the Falcade cabin lift. Now there is also a new ski lift, a long moving walkway and a wide “first steps” area, where learners can practice and experiment their first exciting descents in complete safety.
Furthermore, next to the Panorama Bassa slope we have created a new, easy themed par course to entertain the youngest skiers, taking them on a nature adventure to discover some telltale signs and footprints made by animals in the snow.
With these significant restyling initiatives, the Ski Area San Pellegrino is set to become one of the most beginner-friendly ski resorts in the Dolomiti Superski conglomerate, perfect for newbies or anyone who wants to perfect their technique and style before taking on more challenging runs. If you want to learn how to ski, the Ski Area San Pellegrino also features 2 ski school slopes at Passo San Pellegrino, both located in sunny positions and equipped with long moving walkways and easy bunny slopes with archways and traffic cones, 3 ski schools with highly experienced instructors who speak several languages, 2 play parks where kids can spend unforgettable times laughing and playing games, learning fairytales and having fun on various themed par courses featuring curves, jumps, moguls and timed segments, so they can put their technical skills to the test.
And speaking of ski slopes, during the summer the black La VolatA run underwent further improvements intended to increase safety for athletes and provide a better showcase during competitive events that will take place throughout the winter, including the much anticipated Alpine Skiing Junior World Championships in February, 2019.
There is also more great news for tourists who don’t ski. For them, Le Buse has carved out footpaths and trails for beautiful walks or snowshoe excursions in the forest called Bosco degli Artisti.