Lo Chalet

New mountain hut 2018/2019 and new Busabella ski run

During 2018 Christmas holidays the new Alpe Cermis hut, at Forcella di Bombasel, (2,170 m) will be inaugurated.

The pleasant dining room will open up its windows overlooking the Prafiorì ski slope. Its position was carefully chosen because of the extraordinary view that embraces Cimon To della Trappola, the eastern Dolomites, the Lagorai Chain and the Pale di San Martino.

The architectural style combines modern and traditional elements within a romantic wooden frame. Architect Giovanni Berti has been able to create an intimate and romantic atmosphere by using a contemporary design. The use of wood and the colours white, for the chimney and light grey for the roof, let the building blend with the natural colours of rocks, snow and trees.

The ski lounge will offer a “panoramic” cuisine. The “Italian style” cuisine, with an eye for local traditions, will expand its horizons to the sea and thus to seafood. Particular care will be paid to the selection of wines, starting from the aperitif.

The Chalet will have its own dedicated ski slope. Together with the restaurant, the Busabella red ski slope will be inaugurated and 600 metres below, it will intersect with the Prafiorì slope. The new run will be 40 metres wide with a 29% gradient. It will be accessible from right outside the new Chalet or going down the Forcella di Bombasel ski slope.

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