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- Local slopes suitable for most levels, with some tougher runs than in most neighbouring resorts
- Part of the extensive Milky Way area, with Sauze d’Oulx and Sansicario only one lift away
- Snowmaking covers all but one or two marginal slopes, but ...
- It needs to, given the very erratic local snowfall record
- The village is a bit of an eyesore
- For a purpose-built resort, not conveniently arranged
- Weekend and peak-period queues
- Little après-ski during the week
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Sestriere was built for snow – high, with north-west-facing slopes – and it has very extensive snowmaking, too. So even if you are let down by the notoriously erratic snowfalls in this corner of Italy, you should be fairly safe here – certainly safer than in Sauze d’Oulx, over the hill. All of which makes Sestriere a great weekend away for the residents of Turin. As a holiday destination for residents of Tunbridge Wells, it doesn’t have such a strong case.
News – 2012/13
Two new easy pistes are to open: from Anfiteatro to Pragelato to access the Pattemouche area and from Anfiteatro to Borgata. A Club Med is due to open in Pragelato in December 2012.
News – 2010/11
The blue Boursaille run on the Sauze side of Monte Fraiteve was improved to provide a better link with Sauze d’Oulx.