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Livigno, Italy(8)

Livigno (1816m) is a year-round Alpine destination and one of the main winter resorts in the Alps. Its geographical position, together with its high altitudes, makes Livigno a winter paradise with heavy snowfalls from late November until early May. An extensive network of snow making facilities, covering up to 70% of the terrain, ensures that the […]

Canazei, Italy

Canazei is part of Dolomiti Superski which is the largest ski area in the world! Here you will find over 1200 kilometers of well-prepared ski trails. The most famous tour is the Sella Ronda which will take you through spectacular views during a 4-5 hours long trip around the Sella Massif. Don’t miss it – […]

Passo Tonale, Italy

On the border between Lombardy and Trentino, Passo Tonale is a natural amphitheatre that marks the border between the Val di Sole and Vallecamonica. It is open to the sun and boasts fantastic views, due to its altitude from 1884 m to 3100 m. You have the possibility to ski all year round with its 100 […]

Champoluc, Italy

Champoluc is the largest resort in the Monterosa region, a huge ski area also known as Italy’s very own “Three Valleys”. Surrounded by wooded terrain and based at one end of the Monterosa ski area (with Gressoney in the central valley and Alagna on the far side), Champoluc boasts spectacular views of the region’s dramatic […]

Courmayeur, Italy

Courmayeur is a traditional Italian resort full of character, and surrounded by spectacular scenery. The centre of the village is car-free with plenty of shops, restaurants and bars, and a fabulous après-ski scene. Meanwhile the mountain slopes are best for intermediate skiers, although experts will love the heliskiing and off-piste opportunities. As in many Italian […]

Madesimo, Italy

Madesimo is part of the Valchiavenna Skiarea. This ski resort offers 60 km of downhill ski slopes and 20 km of cross country ski trails surrounded by fairytale panoramas and covered in powder snow. The “Canalone” trail with a 1000 m drop over a distance of 3km, is particularly well-known. The slopes are well maintained during the […]

Sauze d’Oulx, Italy

Situated at one end of the 440km lift-linked Via Lattea (Milky Way), Sauze d’Oulx is one of the larger, more popular, resorts of the area. Sauze provides mainly intermediate runs and is a red paradise. There is a mid resort located at just over 2000mt called Sportina. All the runs from here are tree lined […]

Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

The ski season in Cortina lasts from December to April, with sunshine 8 out of 10 days. 115 km of well-groomed slopes, linked by modern lift facilities and a free of charge ski bus service. Snow conditions are guaranteed thanks to 90% coverage of snow-making facilities. Cortina is part of the Dolomiti Superski area, the […]

Cervinia, Italy

With access to Europe’s highest lifts, and proud holder of the best snow record in Italy, Breuil-Cervinia is one of the world’s leading resorts. Located at the head of a long valley leading off the Aosta Valley, this high-altitude ski area links with both Valtournenche, and Zermatt in Switzerland, offering 350km of pistes overall. The […]

Alagna, Italy

Alagna is a small Italian resort situated in Valsesia at the foot of one of the highest mountains in Europe, the Monte Rosa. Set in Valsesia, it offers some of the greatest winter and summer sports you will ever experience. Alagna brings traditional Italian alpine charm as well as incredible outdoor opportunities. Winter Skiing is […]

Corvara Alta Badia, Italy

Corvara – Alta Badia owes its name “Heart of the Dolomites” to its geographic location in the centre of the Dolomites region . Typical for Alta Badia, the inviting valley in South Tyrol, are its impressive Dolomite rocks towering over smooth slopes. The unique Dolomite landscapes that make Alta Badia a beautiful open air theatre in South […]