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Tour de Sas

Back-country skiing · Alta Badia
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  • In der Scharte des Piz da Lé in den beeindruckenden Gadertaler Dolomiten.
    In der Scharte des Piz da Lé in den beeindruckenden Gadertaler Dolomiten.
    Photo: Sportograf GmbH & Co. KG | Dennewartstr. 25/27 | D-52068 Aachen,
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Distance 25.7 km
6:42 h
2,029 m
2,492 m
2,752 m
1,374 m
The Stone Tour
The Tour de Sas in Val Badia is a ski touring race of a special kind. A breathtaking experience, both in terms of sport and scenery.

The Tour de Sas starts at the valley station of the Heiligkreuz chairlift. Up to the little Heiligkreuz church, turn left to the Armentara meadows and down to the Plan de Sotsas. Continue towards the hamlet of Spescia. Mount your skins and follow the path into the Val de Fanes. Climb steeply up to the Antoniusjoch and to the Scharte des Neuner. Descend to the Lavarella refuge. Another long and strenuous ascent follows into Val Parom and to the saddle at Piz da Lé. Descent to Forcella de Medesc and into Val Medesc. Another short ascent to the Heiligkreuz Hut and from there downhill to the village of Badia.


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