One of the classic slopes of the Alps that is definitely a part of skiing history. Open to the public for the first time in 1963, this slope has been improved and changed during the past forty-five years to make it more accessible but without altering its charm. The last changes were made in 2005 that coincided with the inauguration of the new Tonale-Paradiso twin-cable gondola lift, which replaced the old yet famous cable lift. After a fairly easy 200 meter start, the long dive down towards Passo del Tonale from Passo Paradiso finally begins.
The track is quite wide with a challenging but constant slope, which after 1.500 meters turns into a diagonal descent where you can catch your breath and give your legs a break after this demanding section. It is a very technical slope for good skiers. It offers excellent snow conditions due to the fact that the entire slope faces north. The best period to try this slope is during February, March and April.
Start 2.587 meters asl
Finish 1.850 meters asl
Vertical drop 737 meters
Length 3.000 meters