Monte Cavallo - Neue Rosskopf GmbH, Vipiteno

(4.3/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • I went to this ski resort on the first Sunday in March with a group of friends. Place easily accessible, close to the motorway exit. Ample parking. Possibility of sledding, snowshoeing, skiing and various walks. The track is the longest tobogganing and lit in Italy (9.6 km), and has also won the award for being a safe track, something that in my opinion in certain places. Slightly elevated prices. In conclusion the rink offers unique and unforgettable thrills, I highly recommend it.
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  • We had fun and it was a really good experience the toboggan run. I don't put the fifth star because I confirm that the stretch of 10 km is obviously too dangerous at times, as I read in other reviews. You have to put in some safety, several steps of descent! Everything else, gondola lift, restaurant, bar, panorama ... everything perfect! Recommended, with prudence.
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  • I have been with family last Sunday on the sleds of monte Cavallo termed the longest in Italy. In fact it is 10 km long with a vertical drop of 900 meters and climb with an old cableway at price of 11 euros each way, up to 1800 meters. However, the track is very narrow and often lacking lateral protection, there are also too many sections 40-50 cm deep holes and mounds, with the situation which of course worsens more than go down to the valley because of the low amount of snow and the non-existent maintenance. The descent is made even more dangerous by some irresponsible surpassing hurtling at full speed despite the poor condition of the path that does not allow you to keep a consistent trajectory. Before going I had phoned asking if the track was suitable for children, but if I had warned that the situation was this, I wouldn't have certainly gone and despite my careful descent, they bumped heavily a few times and I brought back some bruises. If the track conditions are these should also have the courage to close it before someone gets really hurt.
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