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Situated at the foot of Monte Rosa, Alagna has succeeded in earning itself the name of “Freeride Paradise” for the beauty and immensity of the places in which it is possible to go off-piste, skiing, snowboarding and telemarking, making the most of the broad gorges and the steep, narrow channels hat run alongside the ski runs.
Artesina with Frabosa Soprana and Prato Nevoso is one of the three resorts that make up Mondolè Ski, a large winter sports district which stretches across the Alpi del Mare, with over 130 km of downhill ski runs, 24 lift systems and reception and recreational structures suitable for accommodating and entertaining tens of thousands of tourists.
Situated on the French border, at an altitude of 1312 metres, Bardonecchia offers mountain and winter sports enthusiasts a modern resort equipped with every comfort (don’t miss the indoor skateboard park).
Cesana - San Sicario
A hamlet of the Municipality of Cesana Torinese, Sansicario is situated in the centre of the Via Lattea district. Connected with Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, Monti della Luna, Claviere and Montgenevre, it places kilometres of downhill ski runs at the disposal of tourists and, for lovers of cross-country skiing, splendid tracks that wind among larch and fir woods.
Known way back in the days of Hannibal and Julius Caesa, and also mentioned by Petrarch in 1353, Claviere is a small town with a great best, looking out onto an equally valid present.
The ski runs of Domobianca, a ski resort situated just 15 minutes drive from Domodossola, wind from Alpe Lusentino to the 1900 metres of the peak of the Moncucco, with a difference in altitude of about 1000 m.
To access the Riserva Bianca (White reserve), the district of the Vermenagna Valley, situated at the foot of Colle di Tenda, there are three “doors”: that of the Sole (Sun), in town, that of Tre Amis (Three friends), at Quota 1400 and that of the Alpe (Alp), at Limonetto.
For skiers, freeriders and ski touring enthusiasts, the kilometres of snow-covered slopes that surmount the Macugnaga basin definitely represent a delightful opportunity to try and endless range of different descents and excursions.
With seven lift systems, chair-lifts and ski-lifts connected together and 50 km of well-prepared slopes running between altitudes of 1535 and 2700 metres, which offer thrilling descents for both beginners and expert skiers, picturesque Pragelato is definitely one of the most appreciated skiing centres of the whole Piemonte alpine arc.
Prato Nevoso, a ski town in the Maritime Alps, is at the centre of Mondolé Ski, the large district in the Monregalese Valleys which comprises over 130 km of ski runs, equipped with avant-garde structures and facilities.