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Press releases Delicious Trail Dolomiti 2024

Press release dated 20th March 2024



On 28th September, three races will be held in Cortina d'Ampezzo, following three distinct routes through the breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites. Participants will experience a perfect blend of nature, history, tradition, and culinary delights.

Cortina d’Ampezzo, 20th March 2024_Registration is now open for the Delicious Festival Dolomiti, the trail running event taking place in Cortina d'Ampezzo and the Badia Valley on 28th September, co-organised by L5T SPORT ASD, Consorzio Delicious Cortina and the Town Council of Cortina d'Ampezzo, and with the backing of Regole d'Ampezzo, the Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti d’Ampezzo, the Cortina branch of the Club Alpino Italiano, the Alta Badia Tourism Cooperative, Alta Badia Brand, and the Town Council of Badia.

These are three truly exceptional races, with routes of rare beauty that, in addition to the sporting aspect, also offer culinary delights: refreshment points offering local specialities and "traditional" provisions, as well as food supplements and mineral salts for competitors who just want to concentrate on the race and have only the finish line in mind.


The Delicious Trail Dolomiti will be covering approximately 43 kilometres with an elevation gain of 3,100 metres. The race starts in the centre of Cortina, then the route leads to Pocol, Croda Da Lago, 5 Torri, Nuvolau, Mt. Lagazuoi and the Falzarego Pass. It crosses the most extensive open-air museum of the Great War fought at high altitude in the Dolomites and the Lagazuoi tunnel at 2,647 m above sea level. The finish line is in Pocol.

The Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti is a 22 km long running race with an elevation gain of 1.300 metres, with the starting and finishing line at the Cortina district of Pocol. A shorter but equally spectacular route, as it passes some highly scenic points such as the 5 Torri and the Nuvolau mountain group.

Last but not least, the Medium Delicious Trail Dolomiti, the "youngest" race of the three, currently in its third year. The route is 35 kilometres long with an elevation gain of 1.900 metres. The race starts in the Badia Valley, in the centre of La Villa/Stern, then the route follows for a stretch the “Path of the Artists”, takes the runners up to Mt. Lagazuoi at an altitude  of 2,778 m, and descends to the finish line at Pocol.

The Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to three exhilarating trail-running races, all featured in the National League ITRA and UTMB Index Races Calendar circuits.



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L5T SPORT Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica
Via del Mercato, 14
I-32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo - BL
C.F. e P.I. 01184960258

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