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San Giacomo di Roburent
The skiing area of Sangiacomo stretches between the slopes of Monte Alpet (1600 m) and Bric Colmé (1300 m) offering good exposure to the sun, a splendid panoramic view of the surrounding valleys and, above all, 33 km of snow-covered runs open to skiers and snowboarders
Scopello - Alpe di Mera
Scopello-Alpe di Mera lies on a splendid high-plateau with a panoramic view of the Massif of Monte Rosa.
Val di Viù - Usseglio Pian Benot
The Val di Viù is the destination of numerous skiers who can choose between 23 km of downhill ski runs accessed by the lift systems of Pian Benot and the cross-country skiing circuit of Piana di Usseglio, a picturesque basin dominated by the mountain group of the Torre d’Ovarda, the Lera and the Rocciamelone.
Val Grande - Chialamberto, Groscavallo
The Val Grande is the largest of the three Valleys of Lanzo, but has just one lift system for downhill skiing in Chialamberto, in the hamlet of Cossiglia, with a medium difficulty ski run also equipped for artificial snow.
Preferential access route to the Val Grande, Italy’s biggest wilderness, the Vigezzo Valley is known as the “Artists’ Valley” both for the historical presence of portrait and landscape artists and for the beauty of the local nature and towns, but is also appreciated for its many tourist and sporting opportunities.
A narrow valley in the High Canavese situated just a few kilometres from Ivrea, Valchiusella is named after the river that runs through it, the Chiusella, once a valuable source of energy for the numerous factories linked to the important iron mines in the valley.
Among the lateral valleys of the Ossola, the Antrona Valley is, from the naturalistic viewpoint, one of the most complete and is also that which best conserves the traces of its alpine and farming past.
Valle Orco - Ceresole Reale
Part of the Valle dell’Orco, with its natural heritage, falls under the protection of the Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso, Italy’s oldest protected area
Valle Varaita ( Bellino, Pontechianale, Sampeyre, Valmala)
Ice is the most interesting attraction of this valley situated at the foot of Monviso, where the Occitane culture is still alive today.
Vinadio e Aisone
With its numerous cross-country skiing centres, the Stura Valley is considered to be the home of this discipline.