Used by the Norway Alpine Ski Team for training and the venue for the European Cup giant slalom races, Paganella’s black run features a wall with a maximum gradient of 53%!
Nearly 1.5 m long and with an average width of 55 m, it was the training slope of choice for multiple world champion and Olympic gold medallist Bode Miller.
The black section is part of a longer 5 km slope with a total vertical descent of 1,100 m, offering more experienced skiers a thrilling ride from the summit to the town.
Panoramic, exciting and guaranteed to get the adrenaline pumping, the Jana Granda is the newest of our red slopes, opened in February 2020 by multiple world champion skier Bode Miller.
Served by the 10-person Dosson-Selletta gondola lift, this 2 km long slope is an average of 46 m wide and has a maximum gradient of 47%.
1 km long and 40 m wide, it starts at the summit of Paganella where there are stunning views down to Lake Garda, and heads down towards Fai della Paganella.
The slope offers a 180° view with the wonderful backdrop of the Brenta Dolomites, the valleys of Trentino and the other surrounding Alpine ranges.