The connection between Passo San Pellegrino and Falcade is open, so skiers can enjoy many more kilometers of slopes with skis on foot.
To get to the top of the Col Margherita and then to Passo San Pellegrino setting off from Falcade, you take the Falcade-Le Buse chairlift in the village of Le Buse, at an altitude of 1885 m. The village is a wide area dedicated to new skiers, with three bunny slopes and a ski school slope equipped with rollers and easy ski lifts. From here you can continue with the Le Buse-Laresei chairlift to the village of Laresei, one of the most scenic points in the ski area. With the Plateau slope, a blue run with wide curves suited to everyone, you descend to Pian della Sussistenza where a comfortable, modern quad chairlift takes you up to the Laresei lodge. Then you descend to Cavia lake via an easy ski-veg to catch the Lago Cavia-Col Margherita chairlift to the top of Col Margherita, where you can admire the view from an altitude of 2514 meters, one of the most enchanting scenic points in the entire Dolomiti Superski resort, with vistas of the Marmolada, the Civetta, the Pelmo, the Monzoni Group and the Focobon.
A breath-taking descent on the Col Margherita run, which lasts about 3 km over an altitude change of 650 m, goes all the way down to Passo San Pellegrino, a veritable paradise for families and ski lovers. An easier alternative to the Col Margherita slope is the Le Caviette slope; it’s certainly a bit longer, but it allows access even for children to ski all the way to Passo San Pellegrino without having to use the funicular lift.