Between history and emotions
Vertigine is the first and last of the Tofana slopes. It is a combination of slopes, stories and emotions. As early as the Thirties, skiers descended from Pomedes after climbing up with skins on their skis or carried by tracked vehicles along the road that later became the Tofanina slope. The course turned left, for Canalone, or straight down among the mountain pines. Vertigine Bianca (White
Vertigo) is an exciting film about the 1956 Olympics and gave its name to the toughest slope. Today it’s got yet another new face, designed by a woman, and it clings to the side of the Tofana. It was first tried out during the National Championships in 2019 and will be officially inaugurated with the men’s speed races at the 2021 World Championships.