Ski World Cup Alta Badia - 17.12.2017 & 18.12.2017

Men’s Ski World Cup races on the Gran Risa slope in La Villa
December 2017

With a vertical drop of 448 m (1469ft) on a 1255 m (4117ft) length and a
maximum slope of 53%, the Gran Risa slope in La Villa is considered as
one of the most beautiful slopes in the Ski World Cup.

The breathtaking descent in the forest begins just below the bifurcation of
the black and red slopes of Piz La Ila. After the steep slope at the
beginning a rapid curve leads on a steep, narrow channel. After a second
change of direction the slope ends up to the finish.
Races 2017 Sunday, 17.12.2017: Giant slalom. Monday, 18.12.2017: Slalom evening

The slope has interesting properties and meets the requirements of
professional skiers. On the Gran Risa slope big ski stars celebrated
their successes, including Ingemar Stenmark, Ted Ligety, Mark
Girardelli, Michael of Grünigen, Bode Miller, Marcel Hirscher and of
course the most successful Italian ski racer, Alberto Tomba.

During the Ski World Cup weekend in December in La Villa you feel a very
special atmosphere: Thousands of ski fans from all over Europe meet to
cheer for their favourite athletes and celebrate party.

Technical Data of the slope

Start at: 1.871 m (6138ft)
Finisch at: 1.423 m (4668ft)
Drop: 448 m (1469ft)
Lenght: 1.255 m (4117ft)
Maximum slope: 53%
Minimum slope: 16%
Middle slope:  36%
Ski World Cup Alta Badia - 17.12.2017 & 18.12.2017
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