Marmolada

Ski resorts in Italy
Marmolada belong to Dolomiti Superski.

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Anders Åtfanders
Anders Åtfanders (Guest)
11/02/2009
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Now they must have replaced the cabins, because when we were there (in early February -09) the weather was brilliant and yet we did not have to wait more than a maximum of a quarter to come up. Certainly there were a lot of people, but the cabins clearly cooled more than 30 people.

What a view then, and what a lovely long hill down, full of soft puckles because it's snowy and with many skiers and enough steep hills, there are no doubt puckles. But you could also choose to go outside the piste. Canoeing simply!

Bulldog
Bulldog (Guest)
29/05/2006
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The first time I was up on the glacier we came out at the top and then the clouds lay below us, a real experience! But the problem was just coming down, so you did not feel like anything ... Scarcely the dumbbells of the fog, deviously tense. The effect was that you did not really know if you went forward or stood still.
But the second time we let go of the fog and then think the ride down is crazy. At least the first 6-7 km. Then they get a little good transport.

But a nice ride, though, takes a good while to tAKE UP TO ...

Tommy Steen
Tommy Steen (Guest)
25/04/2006
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Where in Marmolada v11 06. Apparently happened a lot.
New cab lanes in three stages up. No lift queue. Just to go up. Unusual snow, at a distance of 12km.ne.Perfect outflown for a day.

Retard
08/12/2002
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Marmolada was an experience. Only about 3 hours in the lifeguards ... but then there was a spectacular view of the Italian mountains. Then it was a long way in a nearly crowded hill with a nice snowmobile ... one of the better trails I did ... Tip: bring along the liquid in the first lift queue that takes almost 90 min, it's hot as f * n.

Notton
12/06/2002
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If you have any reason to go up the Glacier, take it more like an outing than on permanent skiing. It usually takes a very long time. We came there when there were not so many people and yet it took two and a half hours to queue us down at the valley station until we got up on top. Cabin-cabin-lift cabinets are the ones that apply. These cabs only take 30 people and are very tall. There is a seating and tow lift so that you get up to the third and last cabin to the top ... but it's very cold there unless the weather is absolutely perfect. It must be if you even think about going up to the top. Up to the top you can look forward to a 12km long piste right down to the valley station. This whole piste, however, went a very good skier without rest and he got up the magic when he came down because it was so strenuous. But if you just take it easy, it's fine. Bitwise, the blue ice can come up to the surface and it will thus be very difficult to get perfect cut. The view is what makes the entire trip worthy of execution. Do you want to sacrifice a well-filled day's rides against the eyes and feet (after two hours in queues), the Glacier is something for you

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