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Media release dated 30th September 2022

 

15 mountain refuges between Cortina d’Ampezzo and Alta Badia fortified the participants along the route

THE DELICIOUS FESTIVAL DOLOMITI WAS A SUCCESS AND SETS THE DATE FOR 2023

30 countries, including many top runners such as Pivk, Jung, Grinius, and Turini
 

The Delicious Festival Dolomiti, a trail running event that brings together sport and flavourful food held last weekend in Cortina d'Ampezzo and Alta Badia, was again a success.

The uncertain weather with a grey sky, low clouds and at times cold temperatures did not worry the organizers and did not prevent the participants from enjoying the event to the full.

Almost 1200 participants in the three scheduled races: the 43 km long Delicious Trail Dolomiti, starting from Cortina, the 33 km long Medium Delicious Trail, starting from La Villa, and the 23 km long Short Delicious Trail, starting in the Cortina district of Pocol.

30 countries attended; the most represented, in addition to Italy, were the United States with 24 trail runners and Australia with 7 athletes. A very positive sign that shows that, after a two-year closure, there is a great desire for a new start around the world.

The Delicious Festival Dolomiti combines sport, nature, history and gastronomy, a combination that is very much appreciated by all participants.

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After all, nothing is left to chance, starting with the pre-race day where, inside the Pala Delicious, a team of chefs from the restaurants involved delighted the participants and their companions with traditional and gourmet dishes. Cream of Bala Rossa beans with stockfish confit from Baita Fraina, pumpkin risotto with thyme and smoked ricotta cheese  from Villa Oretta, warm, sweet and sour free-range chicken salad from Al Camin, Del Plin ravioli with rabbit and thyme, seasoned with saffron zabaglione and coffee powder from the star-rated restaurant Tivoli. Lago Scin served jugged venison bites with polenta, and finally, the pastry shop Pasticceria Alverà its delicious Black Forest Gâteau.

In addition, the refuges at altitude and next to the finish line (eleven of them in the Cortina area) "warmed up" and fortified the participants along the route: the refuges Averau, Col Gallina, Baita Reisch, Baita Bai de Dones, Peziè de Parù, Croda da Lago, Scoiattoli, Lago d’Ajal, Nuvolau, Lagazuoi, and, at the arrival, the hotel Villa Argentina. All served local sweet and savoury specialities of the Ampezzo region.

Four refuges in Alta Badia, including the Ütia de Bioch Refuge with its 'Mountain Ramen' and the chef Norbert Niederkofler with his three Michelin stars, of the St. Hubertus restaurant at the hotel Rosa Alpina serving personally the dish he created for this event.

An event that year after year has become more and more attractive, even for the top protagonists of trail-running, some of whom graced the podium: Tadei Pivk, the winner of two Skyrunning World Cups, Daniel Jung, the protagonist of important races and ventures, and Gediminas Grinius, leading sportsman in important races and 2016 winner of the Ultra-Trail World Tour. And for the ladies, none other than Giuditta Turini, the new Skyrunning World Champion.

Delicious Trail Dolomiti and Alta Badia were joined by Karpos, the historical sponsor of the event and official partner of the Alta Badia region.

See you in 2023, on the last weekend in September, ready to amaze you again and to put all our energy into the event.


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Irene Righetti
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Media release dated 24th September 2022

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TADEI PIVK AND GIUDITTA TURINI WIN THE DELICIOUS TRAIL DOLOMITI

1130 participants in the three races that started this morning from Cortina, Pocol and Alta Badia


With a time of 4:24:46, Tadei Pivk is the male winner and Giuditta Turini, with a time of 5:29:52, the female winner of the Delicious Trail Dolomiti.

The starting signal was given this morning, at 7.30 a.m., in the shadow of the Minor Basilica’s bell tower.
The route led through Pocol, Croda da Lago, 5 Torri, Nuvolau, Lagazuoi and up to the Falzarego Pass, winding in the midst of the most extensive open-air museum of the Great War fought at high altitude in the Dolomites, with the passage through the Lagazuoi mine tunnel, at an altitude of 2,647 metres above sea level.  

43 challenging kilometres, which, however, did not worry Pivk and Turini, who were leading the run from start to finish and arrived alone at the finish.

Pivk, 42 years old, from the Friuli region, is a very experienced athlete, having won two Skyrunning World Cups. His words at the end of the race: “I participated for the first time in this trail race, and I really enjoyed it. The first 15 kilometres went by quite quickly, then I got to the first descent, and I did not push myself as it was slippery, but on the second uphill stretch, I tried to make up the difference. And so I arrived at the Falzarego pass a bit tired; maybe it would have been better to run a little more slowly, because the tunnel, with its high steps, was very demanding. Fortunately, then a long descent took me to the finish line.”

Turini, 33 years old, from Gressonay, Skyrunning World Champion, tells us about her run: “Last year I took part in the Short Delicious, and I wanted to try the long-distance run, which I really enjoyed. A pity only about the weather: it didn't allow us to enjoy the landscape. How did I approach the competition? I made a strong start and was alone on the trail until the end. The hardest stretch of the route, but probably also the most scenic, was the tunnel of Mount Lagazuoi; I am a bit claustrophobic, but the holes in the rock gave me some relief and allowed me to tackle it. The most spectacular parts are the 5 Torri and the climb up to Mount Nuvolau; a pity it was foggy - last year, with the sun shining, they were stunning."

MEDIUM DELICIOUS TRAIL DOLOMITI AND SHORT TRAIL DOLOMITI

The novelty of this edition, the 33 km long Medium Delicious Trail Dolomiti, started at 9 a.m. at Alta Badia, at the finish area of the Ski World Cup at La Villa (Via Plan Murin 5) and was won by Marco Tramet, with a time of 3:37:42, and Pina Deiana, with 4:10:37, first of the women.

Tramet said: “I am very satisfied, a beautiful race, a fantastic place, but it's a shame about the weather. There were some low clouds at high altitudes, but I never suffered from the cold, and the route was perfectly marked and always clearly visible. I tried pushing myself from the start but only managed to break away from my closest rivals after 10 kilometres. Last year I ran the long distance, and I can say that I also really liked this medium-distance version."

On the 23 km long Short Trail Dolomiti, starting and finishing at Pocol, the winners were Alex Rigo, with a time of 1:58:33, and Ludovica Rossi, with 2:37:36.

The event was successful despite the grey and cloudy sky and the low temperature at high altitudes.

Giovanni Menardi, president of L5TSPORT ASD, said: "It is the year of the new start, of a return to normality, and finding the Delicious enriched by a third race fills us with joy and satisfaction. And it was a challenging edition in terms of weather: after six uninterrupted years of sunshine, we also had to endure an edition with a grey sky and cold temperatures. And we proved we are also good at mastering even slightly more difficult conditions."
 

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Media release dated 21st September 2022

Friday: inauguration of the event at Pocol with the opening of the Pala Delicious marquee

EVERYTHING IS READY FOR THE DELICIOUS FESTIVAL DOLOMITI

On Saturday 24th September the three trail-running races will be held. Many top runners are ready to challenge each other


Everything is ready for the Delicious Festival Dolomiti, the trail-running event closely linked to flavourful food, scheduled in Cortina d'Ampezzo and Alta Badia for the weekend of 23rd and 24th September.

The official start is on Friday, in the Cortina district of Pocol, with the opening of the Pala Delicious, where all participants and their companions and friends can enjoy the delicious dishes of the Ampezzo tradition.d friends can enjoy the delicious dishes of the Ampezzo tradition.

RACE PROGRAMME

The start of all three trail-running races is scheduled for Saturday 24th  September.

The first to start, at 7.30 a.m., is the 43 km long Delicious Trail Dolomiti, with an elevation gain of 3,100 metres. The starting line is in the heart of Cortina, in the shadow of the Minor Basilica, with the Dolomites shining in the light of dawn as a backdrop.

9 a.m. sees the start of the Medium Delicious Trail Dolomiti, of around 33 km, with an elevation gain of 1890 metres; the start is at the finish area of the Ski World Cup at La Villa (Via Plan Murin 5).

The 23 km long Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti, with an elevation gain of 1,300 metres, starts at 10 a.m. in the Cortina district of Pocol.

The races are run on three fascinating routes combining nature, history, culinary art and great beauty. Among the most spectacular stretches is the passage through the Lagazuoi mine tunnel, 1,500 metres in length with about 600 meters of elevation gain, a vertical run during a race that is already very difficult: high steps lead up, in the darkness inside the mountain, to emerge again on the summit of Mount Lagazuoi at an altitude of almost 2,700 metres.
This stretch is on the route of the 43 km run only.

And then there is a stretch steeped in history, in the midst of the most extensive open-air museum of WW1 fought at high altitude in the Dolomites. This stretch is on the route of all three races.

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THE TOP RUNNERS
Among the top runners of the Karpos team are Daniel Jung, the protagonist of important international competitions, and Tadei Pivk, winner of two Skyrunning World Cups. Both will participate in the 43 km long main race. The Karpos ambassadors will be Franco Collè, a three-time winner of the Tor des Géants, and Giuditta Turini, who recently achieved distinction in the Skyrunning world. With them will be seven runners of the Rookie Team and three of the Espoir Team.

15 REFUGES AND RESTAURANTS ARE READY TO OFFER LOCAL AND REVISITED SPECIALITIES
Fifteen refuges and restaurants at altitude and at the arrival will be offering traditional dishes but also gourmet remakes of these specialities. Among the Ampezzo specialities on offer will be Kaiserschmarren, a fluffy egg pancake cut into pieces and served with cranberry jam, a Linzertorte made from almond flour with currant, blueberry or raspberry jam, and ‘Pastin’, a typical Belluno dish based on minced pork and beef. There are also some very special dishes, such as the ' Mountain Ramen' created for this event by chef Norbert Niederkofler, with his three Michelin stars, of the St. Hubertus restaurant at the hotel Rosa Alpina, which the participants can enjoy at the Ütia de Bioch Refuge.


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Irene Righetti
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E. deliciousfestivaldolomiti@runningpost.it

 

Press release dated 16th September 2022

 

On 24th September the three races will start from Cortina d’Ampezzo, Pocol and Alta Badia

THE DELICIOUS FESTIVAL DOLOMITI BECOMES A PARTNER OF THINKS GREEN AND ADHERES TO THE CAMPAIGN “I DON'T LEAVE MY RUBBISH BEHIND”

The Short Trail Dolomiti is sold out but you can still register for the 43 km and 33 km runs


Only a few days left before the Delicious Festival Dolomiti, the gourmet-oriented trail running event scheduled for 23rd and 24th September in Cortina d'Ampezzo and Alta Badia.

Now in its sixth edition, this event is particularly appreciated by mountain running enthusiasts because of the three incomparably beautiful routes through the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the high quality of the cuisine.

But it is also an environmentally conscious event, with a policy of making participants aware of how to use their cups and water bottles, and using only certified biodegradable tableware. Not surprisingly, the Delicious Trail Dolomiti has become a partner of Cortina ThinkS Green, the network that promotes ideas, contents and reflections on sustainability in Cortina. The event adheres to the campaign promoted by Spirito Trail “I don't leave my rubbish behind”, aimed at raising awareness among trailrunners and organizers to protect the environment and nature.

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THE THREE SCHEDULED ROUTES

Three routes are scheduled, differing in length and level of difficulty.

The main event is the 43 km long Delicious Trail Dolomiti with a positive difference in altitude of 3,100 metres, starting at the centre of Cortina d'Ampezzo, in the shadow of the Minor Basilica’s bell tower, at 7.30 a.m. It is a route with some very tricky stretches that crosses the Ra Gores de Federa hiking trail, among waterfalls, gorges and streams, winds through Pocol, Croda da Lago, 5 Torri, Nuvolau, Lagazuoi and the Falzarego Pass, leads through the most extensive open-air museum of the Great War fought at high altitude in the Dolomites and passes through the Lagazuoi mine tunnel (2,647 metres above sea level). There are eight refuges along the route: Lago d’Ajal, Croda da Lago, Scoiattoli, Nuvolau, Averau, Col Gallina, Lagazuoi and Baita Resch.

The Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti is around 22km long with a positive difference in altitude of 1.300 metres and starts at 10 a.m. in the Cortina district of Pocol.
It is an evocative route that touches some mountain ranges of rare beauty such as Mount Nuvolau, at an altitude of 2,575 metres, and the 5 Torri. Six mountain refuges will sustain the participants with the best Ampezzo specialities: Malga Peziè de Parù, Scoiattoli, Nuvolau, Averau, Baita Bai De Dones and Baita Resch.
It is a spectacular race, suitable for all trail running fans as long as they have had a little training and are used to ascending and descending on varied terrain. It is not by accident that this is the most popular race, so popular, that it sold out within a very short time.

The novelty of this year is the Medium Delicious Trail Dolomiti, of around 33 km with a positive difference in altitude of 1890 metres; the start is at 9 a.m. at the finish area of the Ski World Cup at La Villa (Via Plan Murin 5). The route runs along the evocative "Path of the Artists" that leads to San Cassiano and then begins to climb towards the central plateau, reaching the Störes meadows, followed by a long descent towards the Armentarola area. At the entrance to the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park begins the ascent to Mount Lagazuoi, followed by the last downhill section to the finishing line at Pocol.
In Val Badia, there are 4 refreshment points: Ütia de Bioch, Ütia Las Vegas Lodge, Ütia Pralongià und Scotoni. The route then continues in the municipality of Cortina and leads to the refreshment points Lagazuoi Refuge and Baita Resch.

Learn more and register on this website!


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Irene Righetti
Mob. + 39 347 2393404
E. deliciousfestivaldolomiti@runningpost.it

 

Media release dated 12th September 2022

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DELICIOUS FESTIVAL DOLOMITI:
WHEN SPORT AND TASTE GO HAND IN HAND

Fifteen mountain refuges and restaurants participating in this event will serve Ampezzo and South Tyrolean dishes at high altitudes and at the finish line

In Alta Badia, the Ütia de Bioch Refuge offers the dish “Mountain Ramen” created by the three-Michelin-starred chef Niederkofler


The Delicious Festival Dolomiti is a weekend dedicated to nature, sport and flavourful food.

The trail-running event, scheduled in Cortina d'Ampezzo and Alta Badia for the weekend of 23rd and 24th September, has always relied on local flavours to offer all participants and their companions a truly unforgettable experience.

Three trail-running events on the paths of the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites are scheduled: the 43 km long Delicious Trail Dolomiti, the 22 km long Short Delicious Trail and the 33 km long Medium Delicious Trail starting from Alta Badia: fifteen refuges and restaurants along the route will be offering delicious dishes of the Ampezzo and South Tyrolean tradition, but also gourmet remakes of these specialities.


THE DISHES OF THE REFUGES AND RESTAURANTS OF CORTINA D’AMPEZZO

Averau Refuge: cold rice salad with vegetables and fresh and dried mixed fruit.

Col Gallina Refuge: Pastin, a typical Belluno dish based on minced pork and beef, and Rösti, crispy shredded pan-fried potatoes and onions.

Baita Reisch: Ivan Resch, the owner of the hut and pastry chef by profession, offers different types of shortcrust pastry bites, among them his outstanding buckwheat cakes. And then there are his biscuits and mixed mignon pastries such as meringues, the crunchy hazelnut cookies called "Brutti ma buoni”, shortbread biscuits and mini apple tarts.

Baita Bai de Dones: mixed croutons and home made wild berry, apricot and strawberry tarts.

Peziè de Parù Refuge: Kaiserschmarren, a fluffy egg pancake, cut into pieces and served with cranberry jam and bite-sized Linzertorte.

Croda da Lago Refuge: ricotta cake, apple strudel, Linzertorte, walnut cake, chocolate cake, gluten-free buckwheat cake, biscuits, seeded bread rolls, Speck, aged “Soppressa” salami, mixed cheeses, ham and eggs.

Scoiattoli Refuge: warm soft polenta with cheeses.

Lago d’Ajal Refuge: mulled wine, apple mulled wine, wild berry tea, fruit cake, lactose-free apple cake and mixed biscuits.

Nuvolau Refuge: mini canederli (bread dumplings): green, with speck and in meat broth.

Lagazuoi Refuge: located at 2,752 metres above sea level, the Lagazuoi hut is the highest of the mountain refuges. That's why it offers hot dishes:  bean soup, chicken on skewers with potatoes and vegetables. It also offers a special cake, the Linzer Torte, originating in the Austrian city of Linz, crumbly as a pie but fluffy as an almond and hazelnut cake.

Hotel Villa Argentina will welcome the participants at the finish, in Pocol, with wholemeal fruit tart with fig jam and croutons with Mortadella Villani.
 

THE REFUGES OF ALTA BADIA WITH CHEF NORBERT NIEDERKOFLER'S DISH

In addition, there are the refuges in Alta Badia, which will provide for the physical well-being of the participants in the medium-distance race. Above all, the Ütia de Bioch,  with a very special dish: "Mountain Ramen", created by none other than chef Norbert Niederkofler, with his three Michelin stars, of the St. Hubertus restaurant at the hotel Rosa Alpina.
A Ramen of noodles in a dark broth made from fried cauliflower, winter radish marinated in porcini mushroom oil, mountain herbs and soy sauce. As a side dish, mountain herbs and roots. The noodles are made only with rye flour, 0 flour and warm water; this is a so-called "poor" dough, made in this way in the past, in the absence of eggs.

Ütia Las Vegas Lodge: Vegas Raviolo 9.22, a potato raviolo filled with porcini mushrooms on a bed of creamed leek.

Ütia Pralongià: barley risotto with stirred-in butter, with mountain herbs and smoked trout fillet.

Scotoni Refuge: ‘Panicia cun turtres’, pancakes, traditionally stuffed with spinach and ricotta or sauerkraut and fried in boiling oil.

All in all, a riot of flavours and specialities to make the event even more memorable and magical.



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Irene Righetti
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Media release dated 2nd September 2022

 

Three trail-running races are scheduled in Cortina and Alta Badia on September 23rd and 24th

DELICIOUS FESTIVAL DOLOMITI:  ALESSIO CAMILLI AND BARBARA GIACOMUZZI AT THE STARTING LINE

The weekend scheduled for 23rd-24th September in Cortina d’Ampezzo and Alta Badia, dedicated to sport, nature and great beauty, is just around the corner. A sport event co-organized by L5T SPORT ASD and the municipality of Cortina d’Ampezzo with the backing of the Regole d’Ampezzo, the Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti d’Ampezzo, the Cortina branch of the Club Alpino Italiano and the Alta Badia Tourism Cooperative, and in collaboration with the Consortium Delicious Cortina and Alta Badia Brand.

Three trail-running events are scheduled: the 43 km long Delicious Trail Dolomiti with a positive difference in altitude of 3,100 metres, starting from Cortina, the 22 km long Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti with 1,300 metres of positive difference in altitude, starting in the Cortina district of Pocol, and the 33 km long Medium Delicious Trail Dolomiti with a positive difference in altitude of 1,900 metres, starting from Alta Badia.

And who will attend? The participation has been confirmed of the local athlete Barbara Giacomuzzi, who will compete in the long-distance race (she has won two editions and was second last year), and of Alessio Camilli, who has participated in four editions, winning in 2019, and finishing fourth in 2021, and who will run the long distance this year.

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ADVICE FROM ALESSIO CAMILLI FOR APPROACHING THE RUN IN THE BEST WAY POSSIBLE:

Camilli, a member of the Karpos team, 28 years old, a sports coach by profession, lives and trains in Valdobbiadene, in the province of Treviso, home of Prosecco. We asked him on the phone about the best way to approach this kind of challenge, and which route sections are most challenging and which ones are most scenic.

“The hardest part of the route? Definitely the ascent to Mount Lagazuoi, with the tunnels and their fairly high steps which require a particular length of the stride. And tackling that after more than half the race is a tough test. In my opinion, the most spectacular part is the first section, Ra Gores de Federa. It leads gently up and down through a fabulous forest, past waterfalls, gorges and watercourses, over several suspension bridges over the Ru Federa torrent and to the best viewpoints in the Ampezzo area. And then, I love the ascent to Mount Nuvolau!”.

For many trail runners, this will be the first edition. What kind of technical equipment do you recommend to them?

“In addition to the compulsory equipment listed in the regulations, I would recommend poles: uphill they are very useful because they spare the legs. The race is a constant up and down and using them on the most demanding stretches gives you an advantage.”

This year you will be at the starting line of the 43 km route.

"Yes, this will be my fourth time. In 2017 I accompanied a trail runner, in 2019 I won and last year I finished fourth. We'll see what I can achieve this year; two weeks before, I will be doing a 60 km run and I hope that my legs recover quickly so that I can run a good race at the Delicious".


You can register for the various races on this page  >>>



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Irene Righetti
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Media release dated 17th August 2022

 

23rd and 24th September: Running on the paths of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

DELICIOUS FESTIVAL DOLOMITI: THREE RACES BETWEEN CORTINA D’AMPEZZO AND ALTA BADIA

Included in the ITRA race calendar and the UTMB index races calendar

The Delicious Festival Dolomiti, a trail running event scheduled in Cortina d'Ampezzo and Alta Badia on 23rd and 24th September, is a race co-organized by L5T SPORT ASD and the municipality of Cortina d’Ampezzo with the backing of the Regole d’Ampezzo, the Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti d’Ampezzo, the Cortina branch of the Club Alpino Italiano, the Alta Badia Tourism Cooperative and in collaboration with the Consortium Delicious Cortina and Alta Badia Brand.

The three scheduled races, Delicious Trail Dolomiti, Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti and Medium Delicious Trail Dolomiti are all listed on the ITRA calendar (International Trail Running Association) as well as in the UTMB index races calendar and in the Italian UISP calendar and recognized by the CONI (Italian National Olympic Committee) as races of high national interest.

THE THREE RACES

The Delicious Trail Dolomiti (2 ITRA-points) is a running race along the paths of the Dolomites UNESCO Heritage Site of around 43 kilometres, with a positive difference in altitude of 3.100 metres. The start is on Saturday 24th September, at first light, in the shadow of Cortina d’Ampezzo’s bell tower. This is a demanding race that leaves no room for improvisation and has to be completed in a maximum of 11 hours.

The Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti (1 ITRA-Point) is a running race of around 22 kilometres with a positive difference in altitude of 1.300 metres; the start is on Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Cortina district of Pocol.
This is a spectacular race, suitable for all trail running fans as long as they are a little trained and used to ascending and descending on varied terrain. Time limit: 8 hours.

Furthermore, the novelty of this year: the Medium Delicious Trail Dolomiti (1 ITRA-point) of around 33 kilometres with a positive difference in altitude of 1.900 metres, starting from Alta Badia, at the parterre of the Gran Risa World Cup ski course in La Villa, with the finishing line at the Cortina district of Pocol. The maximum time to finish the race is 9 hours.  


THE LOCAL ATHLETE BARBARA GIACOMUZZ, WHO WON TWO EDITIONS OF THE RACE

Three races, three different "styles" and workouts. Which race will local athlete and winner of two editions, Barbara Giacomuzzi, compete in? And this was her answer.

"I won the 43 km Delicious Trail twice and came second in 2021. I love everything about the event: the routes, the setting and the impeccable organization. The most spectacular part of the short-distance run is certainly the Nuvolau, which offers a magnificent panoramic view. As for the long-distance race, the tunnels dug into the rock leave speechless: it seems impossible that such a difference in height can be overcome in just a few meters. Which race will I participate in? I think I'll repeat the 43 km run, I certainly won't miss the appointment! ".

You can register for the various races on the www.delicioustrail.it website
 

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Irene Righetti
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Press release dated 7th May 2022

 

Delicious Festival Dolomiti 2022 - Registration is now open!

Scheduled for 23rd and 24th September in Cortina d'Ampezzo

THE DELICIOUS FESTIVAL DOLOMITI ADDS A THIRD RACE, STARTING IN ALTA BADIA

Three routes of rare beauty wind through the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites

Sport, flavour, nature and passion. These are the ingredients of the Delicious Festival Dolomiti, the trail-running event scheduled in Cortina d'Ampezzo and Alta Badia for the weekend of 23rd and 24th September, co-organized by L5T SPORT ASD, Cortina Delicious and the municipality of Cortina d’Ampezzo with the backing of the Regole d’Ampezzo, the Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti d’Ampezzo, the Cortina branch of the Club Alpino Italiano and the Alta Badia Tourism Cooperative and Alta Badia Brand.The sixth edition of this event is extraordinary because it presents an absolute novelty: the approx. 30 km long Medium Delicious Trail with a positive difference in altitude of 1900 metres, starting from Alta Badia, at the parterre of the famous Gran Risa World Cup ski course, with the finishing line at the Cortina district of Pocol.

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A new highlight for all trail running fans, which takes place on the same day as the other two long-established races, the Medium Delicious Trail extends over a medium distance and offers the participants something unique: a wide expanse of unspoilt territory at the foot of majestic peaks, with lush forests and gastronomic excellence.

The route starts in Alta Badia, leads to San Cassiano and then to the plateau. Once at the top, it turns into the Pralongià area and descends to Armentarola. From there begins a long uphill stretch towards Mount Lagazuoi, from where you descend to the finish line in Pocol. Refreshment points will be set up at the Las Vegas, Ioch, Pralongià and Scotoni refuges.

Those who prefer the classic distance will choose the 43 km long Delicious Trail Dolomiti with a positive difference in altitude of 3,100 metres. The route leads through Pocol, Croda Da Lago, 5 Torri, Nuvolau, Lagazuoi and the Falzarego Pass, crossing the most extensive open-air museum of the Great War fought at high altitude in the Dolomites and passing through the Lagazuoi mine tunnel (2,647 metres above sea level). An evocative, stunning route with some very technical stretches which require athletic preparation and mountain experience. The departure is scheduled in the heart of Cortina d'Ampezzo, in the shadow of the Minor Basilica’s bell tower.

For all mountain lovers, there is the 22 km long Short Delicious Trail with 1,300 meters of difference in altitude, which takes participants up to the summit of Mount Nuvolau. This is a run to interpret in whatever way you like: you can run fast, walk briskly and also stop at each hut to taste the delicious specialities prepared by the chefs. The start and finish areas of this race are in the Cortina district Pocol.

Along the three routes, the refuges and restaurants involved in the event offer all participants, in addition to the traditional products for athletes, such as water and minerals, some specialities of the Ampezzo and Alta Badia regions, such as Kaiserschmarren, a sweet pancake dusted with powdered sugar and served with cranberry jam, Casunziei and many other traditional dishes.

Delicious Trail Dolomiti and Alta Badia are supported by Karpos, the historical sponsor of the event and official partner of the Alta Badia region. Three outstanding companies for an ever stronger and more successful synergy.

Registration is open from today, so you can now register for the various races on the www.delicioustrail.it website


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In compliance with the GDPR, your personal data will be processed according to the principles of fairness, lawfulness, transparency, and protection of your privacy and individual rights.

Holder and Controller of Personal Data Processing:
Holder of Personal Data Processing is L5T Sport Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica (L5T Sport asd) located at 14, via del Mercato– 32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo

What data we collect
In order to use some type of services sometimes you may be asked to provide some personal data, i.e. first name and email address

Purposes of Personal Data Processing. Why we collect your data.
Direct Marketing activities: we utilize your email address to deliver information on our initiatives and cultural activities.

Legal Basis for the Processing of your Personal Data
Consorzio Delicious Cortina will require your consent before processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes.

Sharing and Disclosing Personal Information
We do not share with nor disclose to third parties any personal data you will provide us with.

Protection of personal data. Processing Methods
We have implemented adequate and suitable technical and organizational measures to safeguard and protect your personal data.
Such measures take into consideration the state-of-the-art of the IT system/environment, implementation costs, the nature of personal data, and the risks around processing personal data. The purpose is to protect your personal data against accidental or unlawful damage, destruction, or loss, unauthorized disclosure or access, and other forms of unlawful processing.
Besides the Holder, under some circumstances, third party entities may have access to your personal data, either internally when involved in the development of our website (administration, marketing, legal entities or service providers) or externally (third party providers of technical services, hosting provider). Whenever needed, the Holder will name these entities as Controllers.

Storage of Personal Data
Since your personal data is collected with your consent, it will be retained as long as you withdraw your consent to processing. You may withdraw your consent at any time. (See below the "Your Rights" chapter)

Your Rights
The GDPR provides the following rights for data subjects:
- The right to rectification: you may require the Controller to rectify any errors in your personal data.
- The right to restrict processing: you may require a restriction of personal data processing when you contest the accuracy of your personal data, or in case of unlawful processing, or if you object to the processing.
- The right of access: at any time and free of charge you may require the Controller to provide information on your personal data (concerning you), including information on the categories of personal data concerned, the purposes of our processing, and the possible recipients we may have disclosed your personal data.
- The right to data portability: you may require the controller to transmit your personal data to another controller, if this is technically feasible and provided that the processing of your personal data is based on your consent or is necessary for the performance of a contract.
- The right to erasure: you may require the controller to delete your data when:
a) personal data is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was originally collected or processed;
b) you withdraw consent to processing;
c) you object to processing and there is no overriding legitimate grounds for continuing the processing;
d) the data have been processed unlawfully
The right to erasure will not apply if the processing is necessary to comply with a legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
- The right to object: at any time you may object to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes. In this case your personal data will no longer be processed for these purposes. Should you decide to exercise this right, please let us know whether you mean/want to delete your personal data or restrict their processing.

You may exercises these rights or obtain further information by emailing: info@delicioustrail.it

Use of cookies and log files

Information on Cookies

This website makes use of cookies. Below you will find further information on cookies, how they are used in this website and the control procedures we use with regard to the cookies.
If you continue browsing this website you are consenting to the use of cookies, in accordance with the terms of this policy. The type of cookies used in this website does not require previous consent by the users.
About cookies
Cookies are small files of data that a website asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device. Cookies may then be sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server or may be sent to a different website able to recognize that specific cookie. The cookie allows the website to "remember" your device every time you return to that website.
Types of cookies in this website
A session cookie is used for a single session and will expire at the end of the browser session, when the web browser is closed. These technical cookies do not require the user's consent prior to their use.
This website also uses third party technical cookies like the ones provide by Google Analytics and You Tube.
Google Analytics is an Analysis Tool provided by Google which utilises performance cookies to collect anonymous navigation data (IP truncated at the last octet) and aggregate information to measure how users interact with the website content, to create reports on users' activities in the website and provide further information, such as the number of visitors and the pages they have visited. Google may also transmit this information to third parties when required by legal obligations or when third parties process this data on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your Ip address to any other data in their possession. Personal data provided to Google are stored on Google servers in the US.
In compliance with the specific agreement with Google, designated as controller of personal data processing, Google is committed to process this data in compliance with the Holder's requirements (see below) given by the software settings. Based on the settings, advertising and sharing options are disabled.
For further information on Google Analytics Cookie Usage visit: Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites.
Users may selectively disable data collection from Google Analytics by installing the opting out tool provided by Google on their browsers.
YouTube is a platform for video sharing owned by Google that uses cookies to collect information about users' activities and navigation devices. Videos on this website do not carry cookies to access the page because the "no cookie policy" has been set, according to which YouTube does not record users' personal data unless they voluntarily choose to play the videos.
For further information on personal data usage and processing by Google, we recommend reading the information on the dedicated page prepared by Google and the page on How Google uses information from websites or apps that use their services.
How to control and delete cookies
Most web browsers support cookies, but users can change the settings of their browser to decline them, delete the existing ones or simply be informed when a new cookie is sent to their device.
To set their browsers to decline cookies, users can refer to the directions given by the browser provider (usually in the menu “Help”, “Tools” or “Modify”). The following link contains a more detailed guide about cookies: www.aboutcookies.org