For “La Pitturina Ski Race” Form 61 it is an essential requirement. In the Vertical Ski race, instead, no form 61 or affiliation to any team will be necessary.
No. However, non-FISI members may participate to the “Io c’ero a Km zero” event, open to everyone.
La Pitturina Ski Race returns to the traditional route of its first events with 4 challenging climbs of which the first and third ones will feature the highest difference in altitude (930m and 850m respectively).
The expected walking tracts will be 3. They require good mountaineering experience and the use of crampons if the environmental conditions require them.
Some tracts will be equipped, one of which probably at the end of the third climb to reach the Pitturina fork and then descend to Austria.
On Saturday, March 3, there will be the Vertical Ski Race, a climb of the 3 Peaks of the Padola ski run. Except for the difference in height (and the effort needed to cover it), it does not present technical challenges and the descent, at the end of the race, will take place on the beaten run, thus in full safety.