Obereggen beautiful at night: the Oberholz hosts the Bolzano City Trophy
Great expectations in Obereggen
Great expectations are high for the City of Bolzano Trophy, now in its 75th edition, scheduled at night on Wednesday, Jan. 18 (7 p.m.) on the illuminated Oberholz slope in Obereggen, a paradise in the Dolomites. The giant slalom is organized by the Bolzano Ski Club, founded in 1948 and chaired by Giovanni Trentini: participation is open to masters, youth, seniors, men’s and women’s categories. The Oberholz is the queen slope of Obereggen (20 minutes from Bolzano), the heart of the Ski Center Latemar with its Trentino sisters Pampeago and Predazzo, cradle for 39 editions of the oldest European Cup race.
The Oberholz is part of the “Latemar Sixpack,” literally “The 6 abdomens of Latemar” as many as the 6 breathtaking slopes of the area, which allows you to go from South Tyrol to Trentino and back, skis or snowboard on your feet without ever unhooking them.