Major resorts in Italy

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Gressoney-la-Trinité

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Gressoney is the centrally placed resort in the three-valley Monterosa ski area. It’s even quieter than Champoluc, and rather more attractive: a traditional, neat little village. The main lifts into…

La Thuile

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La Thuile has a lot going for it. And if you are limited to school holidays and have had enough of the peak-season crowds over the hill in France, it could be just the job – provided a quiet village…

Livigno

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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…

Madesimo

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A quiet, pleasant resort with a small, snow-sure intermediate area and an impressive lift system

Madonna di Campiglio

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Madonna di Campiglio has worked its way into our affections gradually, over many years; we now count it as one of our favourite Italian resorts. It may come second to Cortina d’Ampezzo for smart shops…

Monterosa Ski

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Monterosa Ski’s resorts – Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna – have long been among our favourites and are popular with experts going off-piste and with Italian weekenders. Until recently they have…

Passo Tonale

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Want a reasonable range of runs and good snow, but operating on a tight budget? You’ll find Passo Tonale (plus linked Ponte di Legno, over the pass to the west) difficult to beat – particularly for…

Pila

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A French-style ski-in, ski-out purpose-built resort on snowsure slopes set above an old Roman town that it is linked to it by both road and gondola

San Cassiano

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San Cassiano is a quiet village with some very smart and comfortable hotels. Its local ski area, set on a spur off the main Sella Ronda circuit, has predominantly easy intermediate slopes and is very convenient…

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