TAKE OFF WITH THE RODELLA
Below we will try to give you the most detailed information possible on Takeoffs & Landings, and advice on how and when to use them, clearly they are only indications and not absolute truths, the evaluation of the conditions and the decision on whether to fly or not remain with the pilot, who in totally autonomous way he must know how to get by. For any doubts or clarifications do not hesitate to contact us!
OTHER TAKE OFF VAL DI FASSA
Below we will give you directions for other Takeoffs & Landings, (which apart from rare exceptions of weather or stability conditions) are not to be compared to the ease of use of Col Rodella takeoffs.
FLYING IN VAL GARDENA
Take-offs & Landing to fly in Val Gardena is certainly very beautiful, often you fly near or over the Odle and Sassolungo, the Sella group, the Cir and Puez.
There is no shortage of take-offs, but perhaps the landings in some places are a bit technical, but certainly flying in Val Gardena offers great emotions.
Below we will show you the main take-offs & landings.
On the map, take-off in red, landing in blue.
FLYING IN VAL BADIA
Takeoffs & Landings to fly in the beautiful Val Badia offers fantastic flights over the Sella group, Sassongher Cir, Conturines, Sass de la Crus, Sass de Putia. Below are the main Take-offs & Landings.
FLYING IN VAL DI FIEMME
Takeoffs & Landings to fly in Val di Fiemme, which is nothing more than the natural continuation of Val di Fassa towards the South, like almost all Alpine valleys, even here we fly by paragliding, and we too from Fassafly occasionally go to fly there .
There are not many take-offs & landings in Val di Fiemme, or at least the most popular ones. Flying here means being able to fly over the beautiful and imposing Lagorai chain which, on the right day, can take you to the Pale di San Martino, with the imposing Cimon de la Pala, the Vezzana, I Burelloni and Mulaz, or to the north on the horn Black and White, Obereggen with its ski lifts and the whole Latemar chain, and if you are particularly good you can try (following the Lagorai towards the south) to go up to Val Sugana.
FLYING TO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO
Takeoffs & Landings to fly to Cortina d'Ampezzo is certainly an extraordinary experience, even if you will hardly meet other flyers, in fact the passion for this sport is scarce throughout the area. Having said that, the area certainly deserves a lot, the chance to fly over the Tofane group, Cristallo, Sorapis, Antelao and maybe even Pelmo is too good an opportunity to miss. Here the conditions are typical of the Dolomites, but with the advantage of having a very large basin below us, rich in natural landings (which is not very common in the mountains). There is also the possibility of extending the flight towards Val Pusteria (a very famous area for long distance flights) or of getting to see the very famous three peaks of Lavaredo.
Cortina has only two official take-offs, one in summer and one in winter, both in the same area.