On the trail of Tita Piaz
In the company of Tone Valeruz and Bruno Pederiva we retrace the history of Tita Piaz, the Devil of the Dolomites
He is Fassa’s most famous alpinist, Tita Piaz (1879 - 1948), called the "Devil of the Dolomites" for the recklessness of his climbs. He is recognized for opening fifty famous trails all over the Dolomites. His talent was evident: he climbed the "Torre Winkler" and "Punta Emma" solo. In 1907 he opened a tourist guesthouse on Pordoi Pass. For many years he worked as a mountain guide serving such notable figures as King Albert of Belgium and the princes of Savoy. The mountain guide Bruno Pederiva and the athlete Tone Valeruz remember his exploits on Tuesday August 10th at 9:15 p.m.
At the events pavilion (in front of Hotel Vael). Free entrance.
Only Italian spoken.