Ski at the feet and forks in the hands. Alta Badia keeps on to seduce snow-loving sportsmen with food.
After stars-mountain huts (where to taste dishes made by great chef), there come two events in March, under the shape of Ski safari, meaning ski looking for specialties.
This event is by now a classic of the mountain-cooking season of the Dolomites, appreciated by tourists not only for the well-preserved slopes, but also for food.
Following last years success, Alta Badia closes the ski season inviting everyone to eat. The first event is the "Roda dles Saȗs" (Laiìdin for “Flavors Tour”), a ski safari discovering traditional dishes, starting on the 15th of March. Sunday, 29th of March, local wines will be tasted at 2000 meters height, for the fifth edition of "Dé dl Vin - Wine Ski Safari".
This year, the "Roda dles Saȗs", on the 15th of March will open an entire week dedicated to gourmet in the ski area Skitour Santa Croce. Every day, starting from 10 a.m., passing from a hut to another, it will be possible to enjoy ancient dishes, combined with Süditirol wines. In every hut there will be a different preparation, following step by step grandma’s recipes.
Where to stop? These are the alpine huts: L’Tamá, Lèe, La Munt, Nagler, Paraciora, Florian and Oies restaurant.
As background, the striking horizon on the Dolomites peaks, the valley full of woods and the historic “masi” (typical rural houses), like Fussé, Coz and Pransaroes, following the hiking offers created for the whole family. The "gourmet huts" will cook specialties until the 22nd of March.
The next Sunday will be dedicated to Südtirol wines. Glasses will be filled in these alpine huts: PizArlara, Bioch, I Tablà and Club Moritzino.
For wine lover skier, therefore, the slide will be marked by toasts, music and big speck slices.
To end the season... with ham and wine.
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