- Reliable snow
- Large choice of beginners’ slopes
- Impressive modern lift system
- Cheap by the standards of high, snow-sure resorts
- Lively, friendly, quite smart village with a good Alpine atmosphere
- Long, snow-sure cross-country trails
- Few tough pistes
- Mainly above the treeline, so susceptible to white-outs
- Very long transfers from some Italian airports (Innsbruck is much quicker)
- Village is very long and straggling, with no buses later in the evening
- Nightlife can disappoint
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Ian Collison 18 Jan 2007
George Gourlay 18 Jul 2006
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Livigno’s recipe of a fair-sized mountain, high altitude and fairly low prices is uncommon, and obviously attractive, and may be enough to get it on to your shortlist, especially if you are a beginner or unadventurous intermediate. But don’t overlook the non-trivial drawbacks listed above.
After banning off-piste for several years up to 2012/13 the resort now allows it and has heli-skiing as well.
News – 2014/15
The ancient chairlift along the ridge at the top of Mottolino was dismantled. The indoor pool and gym at the Aquagranda leisure centre reopened after refurbishment but the other facilities remained closed. _
News – 2013/14
A new Freeride Project was launched. And off-piste skiing and heli-skiing are, we are assured, now allowed after being banned for several years.
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