Browsing entries tagged with Italy

28 Jan 2019

Easy cruising in the shadow of the Matterhorn

On our approach to Cervinia, the banks of snow pushed up by snowploughs along the road and the trees coated in snow, gave great cause for excitement. I felt an early start coming on for the next morning……

21 Jan 2019

Mountains and Roman ruins in the Aosta Valley ski resort of Pila

The next stop on our Aosta Valley tour was Pila, a little-known resort reached either by road up a vast number of switchbacks, or by a gondola which starts in the stunning former Roman city of Aosta, the…

27 Jan 2017

Popping my heliski cherry

Heliskiing, not for the faint-hearted, right? Well, wrong, actually — tick it off your bucket-list now

31 Oct 2016

Short skiing breaks

30 Aug 2016

The joys of summer skiing

WTSS web editor Abi Butcher heads to Cervinia on a ski instructor course

18 Jan 2016

Madesimo – unspoilt and good for a short break

Editor Watts skis a resort he has never visited before

28 Jan 2015

Decent piste skiing in Monterosa

Editor Watts explores Italy’s Three Valleys

20 Jan 2014

Gnarly skiing with Freeride World Tour champion Drew Tabke

WTSS web editor Abi Butcher skis Courmayeur with FWT 2013 champion Drew Tabke

17 Jan 2014

Superb snow conditions in Italy

The snow it is a-falling in Italy. I’ve had to tear myself away from the slopes of Courmayeur on account of the fact that my knee is not yet up to an entire day of powder. Two hours this morning skiing…

29 Apr 2013

Fresh pow in duty-free Livigno

Dave Ashmore needed snow chains to reach the Italian resort of Livigno

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