Slope Rescue

On all Dolomiti Superski ski slopes you can rest assured that in the case of accident (excluding helicopter rescue) you'll be taken free of charge from the slope to the ambulance.

We really hope that will never be necessary.
Emergency service on the slopes has been taken on in Val Gardena, as well as in other destinations, by the Carabinieri of Ortisei for over 30 years.
Some volunteers of the Red Cross, the Aiut Alpin Dolomites and other local rescue services have finally cooperated, too.
The functions of the Carabinieri are to coordinate the rescue service and assure the safeness on the slopes in order that all skiers can ski down without concern.

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Ski tour from Forcella del Pordoi

Ski tour Forcella Pordoi – Val Mezdì – Val Lasties

A famous downhill route – and rightly so – but not always easy. The route starts at the top of the Pordoi cableway.
Forcella Mezdì

Ski tour to Forcella Mezdì (2,597 m)

Ascent from Col Raiser in 2 hours. Ski down to Funes or (with an intermediate ascent) to Forcella Brogles and the mid-station of the Seceda cableway.
Sassolungo

Forcella del Sassolungo

High-alpine downhill run from Forcella del Sassolungo (2,686 m) through the Langkofelkar to Monte Pana.

Warning!

There are no ski patrols operating off the prepared ski trails. Skiers who leave the groomed and signposted trails do so at their own risk. Visitors are recommended to hire a qualified mountain and ski guide, and to obtain accurate information on conditions for the tour, including weather report, snow conditions and the avalanche report, before setting out.

Avalanche information service:
phone +39 0471 27 05 55 or
phone +39 0471 27 11 77

Slope Rescue

On all Dolomiti Superski ski slopes you can rest assured that in the case of accident (excluding helicopter rescue) you'll be taken free of charge from the slope to the ambulance.