The final preparations on the slope have started ahead of the night slalom of January 8th
The sun shines in Madonna di Campiglio. During the last few days, ski lovers got to enjoy excellent conditions of the ski slopes and the beautiful landscapes characterizing the Brenta Dolomites while spending their winter holidays.
December recorded fairly high temperatures compared to the season average, but the mercury column got down as the new year came, the perfect timing as the 66th 3Tre is approaching: the FIS World Cup Night Slalom will be taking place in Madonna di Campiglio on Wednesday, January 8th (first run: 17.45 CET, second run: 20.45 CET).
Only few days are left until the big challenge among the giants of the rapid gates. The Canalone Miramonti was closed to skiers on Thursday, January 2nd, in order to start the final slope preparations and the water-injection, under the guidance of Slope Director Adriano Alimonta. “The Canalone Miramonti is ready to display at its best, as usual”, said 3Tre President Lorenzo Conci.
On Wednesday, January 8th, 3Tre schedules the first run at 5.45 pm CET and the second run at 8.45 pm CET, featuring the "3Tre Hour" between the two runs at Sissi Square. What's more - a lot of fun and music will be the protagonists of the "3Tre Party Night" after the races. Not to be missed is the amazing eve's Public Draw on Tuesday, January 7th (7.00 pm CET) at Sissi Square. Online tickets for the Night Slalom are available online on the event's website: www.3trecampiglio.it.