Frequently overlooked in favour of highly developed resorts in France or Switzerland, Italy has a huge amount to offer in terms of skiing, along with a unique perspective on life in general.
Italy's principal ski areas lie in the Italian Alps, located along the country's northern borders with France and Switzerland. In the west near Turin - Sauze d'Oulx, Sestriere and Bardonecchia; and those north of Turin, including Courmayeur, Cervinia and Monterosa. Italian resorts may not be as large or high tech as their other European counterparts, but for what they lack in gadgetry bling, they more than make up for in fur-lined sophistication, restaurant based ski touring and coronary-inducing espressos. They are also generally less expensive and more relaxed than the majority of French and Swiss resorts. The majority of Italian ski resorts boast a good snow record, with reliable snow cover throughout the winter period. Please refer to the list below for further information on the ski areas and individual resorts that AlpLine services.
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