Flying through the treetops of century-old larches at 15 mt from the ground, hanging from ziplines over Nepal bridges, nets, cables, suspended walkways, swinging trunks and stirrups.
39 platforms and horizontal traverses offer exhilarating adventures and thrilling emotions to families, groups and single individuals.
Trails vary in length and difficulty to please all age-groups and abilities: those who climb for the first time and those who are already familiar with soaring high above the forest floor.
There are many places where you can play tennis. At the Apollonio Stadium, which from May to September offers 5 outdoor tennis courts (2 in clay and 3 in Astro Turf), a tennis federation instructor is always on hand to help teach beginners the basics and experienced players improve their game.
The Tennis Club, located in Sopiazes and open all year round, offers indoor and outdoor courts, also available for 5-a-side football.
The ice rink in Cortina is open during winter and summer with an ice rink (30 x 60 m.), bar service, masters rink, solarium and children’s playground.
The Olympic Ice Stadium was built as the house of “ice” sports for the Olympic Winter Games in 1956
Armed with a fishing rod, hooks and bait, enjoy a day of fishing in one of the many alpine lakes that can be found just a stone throw from Cortina. The spectacular lakes of Pianozes, D’Ajal, Scin andGhedina are the perfect places to enjoy the excitement of this age-old sport. Whether or not you catch anything, you are sure to be bewitched by the breathtaking natural beauty of the Dolomite landscape.
For equipment hire and payment of your catch, simply see the manager of the nearby refuge.
Set in an almost enchanted location, around two kilometres from Cortina town centre, is an agritourism with menage which offers a wide variety of activities for horse lovers. Younger children can ride ponies, which can be hand led, or take part in treks through the woods. For romantic couples, meanwhile, what better than a horse-drawn sleigh ride in winter, or an open carriage in summer? And for those who are determined to learn to ride, level 2 federal instructors are on hand at the menage, offering riding lessons, competition level training courses and stabling.
Cortina offers countless streams which are perfect for the adventure sport of canyoning: to the North-East on the outskirts of Pomagnagnon you can explore the Rio Travenanzes; the Rio Felizzon, Rio Federa and Rio Dortiè all cut through the north of the region in the Tofane area while the South-West offers Croda da Lago. This group sport is not only great exercise, but lets you explore the great outdoors and have fun. You can scramble through river beds and abseil down into gorges of breathtaking beauty. Alternatively, you can opt for a waterfall adventure, which can involve diving, sliding or climbing down, for truly unforgettable river adventures.
Outdoor fun for the whole family on the 18-hole mini-golf course. Bar and terrace for an afternoonsnack or a drink while enjoying the views of the Dolomite peaks.
This bizarre sport, which began in Scotland in the 16th century and gained in popularity with the Turin Olympics of 2006, has been played in Cortina since the early 1900s. In 2010 the Olympic Ice Stadium hosted the Capital One Men’s World Championships. Today, those who fancy trying their hand at the sport can do so at the Curling Centre’s two rinks, near the bus station. Cortina Curling Association organizes group lessons with specialized instructors and athletes from the national squad.
A new way of living the guide: the speed is combined with the ability to assess the grip conditions, the race with the conquest of directionality and stability in the harshest conditions. An extraordinarily exciting enriched by the acquisition of practical knowledge to ensure your comfort on the track and, in return, on the road.