At the San Pellegrino Pass, at 2,000 m, there’s the Sanpe Snowpark, one of the favourite spots by the Italian riders, who challenge each other on these jumps in breathtaking acrobatics. The park is reachable by means of a 4-person chairlift and it is furnished with a new BigAirBag, a slope-style lane with jumps and rails, kickers, and lines for every level: beginners, intermediate and a harder one which terminates with a fun box and a series of rails in sequence. It’s a real meeting point on the snow with music, innovative structures and some refreshment areas.
News: boardercross track for children and juniors.
- 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. 30 ter in the Regulation for the implementation of the Provincial Law 7/87).
Snowboards and skis entail risk of injury. Acrobatic manoeuvres increase such a risk.