At Passo San Pellegrino the 2014/2015 winter season will feature some good news for everyone who loves the mountains and the snow.
With a focus on continued investment into the quality of service offered to tourists, the ski slopes and lift facilities have undergone various improvements.
The old Paradiso ski lift, which was built in 1984, was dismantled in order to widen the Fuciade slope, the most simple alternative among three descents that start from the mountain station for the Costabella chair lift. This way skiing novices will be able to enjoy practicing on an even nicer, wider run before taking on the steeper slopes.
Significant developments and increased safety measures have also gone in to the Le Coste 2 slope, which is well known due to the fact that the Italian National Alpine Ski team train there. The Rossignol run that allows for skiing from Passo San Pellegrino to Falcade has been improved as well.
The completely renovated valley station for the Col Margherita funicular lift has a new look, too, and the Costabella chair lift is now equipped for transporting walking passengers as well as skiers. This latest innovation will enable non skiers to get to the rifugio Paradiso, a very popular destination for foodies, in just a few minutes’ ride and with a short walk along a well maintained lane.