On the southern side of the "Alpe Lusia" (Moena), towards "Bellamonte", at the crossroad between the slopes "Le Cune", "Direttissima" and "Lasté", there is a nice medium-level boardercross track, about 800 m long and 6 m wide: straight after the departure, which is equipped with a starting gate for 4 people, there are 10-12 parabolic curves, followed by 5-6 jumps. Bended knees and a solid position are necessary to quickly face the inclines and the continuous changes of direction.
To test their balance and skills, children can have fun at the nearest, 300 metres long baby-boardercross, through bumps, arches and small jumps, while older ones can test the "Aquile Fun Slope", towards Moena, which is 950 metres long and it is an easy alternative to the red slope "Fiamme Oro II" that allows to avoid the walls, arriving flat just before the last descent towards "Valbona".
The boardercross can be reached from Moena with the "Ronchi-Le Cune" 8-seat cabin lift.
- The use of a homologated helmet is compulsory and the utilization of other protection equipment is recommended (e.g. back protector, etc.).
- In the snowpark jumps, slope gradient variations and artificial structures are installed; they vary in difficulty and change constantly depending on snow-conditions, wear, shape and time.
- Make a precautionary check to measure the degree of difficulty and the risks linked to the track you choose.
- Avoid using the facilities if you lack the necessary skill and experience to use them safely.
- Check carefully that the landing area is clear before jumping.
- Read and follow the rules of conduct for skiers and snowboarders (art. no. 30-ter in the Regulation for the implementation of the Provincial Law no. 7/87).
Snowboards and skis entail risk of injury. Acrobatic manoeuvres increase such a risk.