Random ski resorts Livigno to Alpe dHuez

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7.0 Livigno, Lombardia

Novice
8
Advanced
7
Expert
6
Offpiste
6
Snow
7
Lifts
na
Family
8
Ambiance
7
Nature
7
Walking
7

Zeer leuk dorpje ,aangenaam gezellig en goed skigebied voor beginners en daarbij nog lekker eten en leuk en goedkoop shopplezier. Livigno is sneeuwzeker met prima voorzieningen aan de caroselo kant (zeker voor beginnners). Voor de gevorderden zijn er aan de motelino kant 2 mooie zwarte piste's. verder nogal wat rode en blauwe piste's. ...

Review by Hilde from Leiden on July 18th. Visited Livigno in november 2006

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7.2 La Rosiere, Savoie

Novice
8
Advanced
8
Expert
6
Offpiste
8
Snow
7
Lifts
7
Family
7
Ambiance
6
Nature
8
Walking
7

Great snow at the moment, although La Rosiere suffers a bit from freeze/thaw as in the sun all day although this means it's very warm some days, even in January. Take good sun protection if you are going in March! La Thuille, had a bit less snow but colder, and the snow was in better condition, as in the shade a lot more. Whole area mostly easy intermediate skiing, with hardly a mogul in sight. I prefered the skiing in La Thuille as it's a bit steeper, with some decent black ...

Review by Hanna from Maastricht on January 30th. Visited La Rosiere in january 2008

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7.0 Alpe dHuez, Isere

Novice
7
Advanced
8
Expert
8
Offpiste
8
Snow
8
Lifts
7
Family
6
Ambiance
7
Nature
6
Walking
5

The amazing Sarenne route is the longest in Europe. It offers challenging black sections and magnificent views! Everybody should do this one once in their lifetime. Alpe d' Huez offers more black pistes at high altitude, but those are quite short, but definatelly challenging. The lower sections are mostly red and blue. Alpe d'Huez is not a pretty resort, but offers some nice entertainment at night. Don't expect to find here apres-ski austrian style. Be ware if the ...

Review by Maria Belkin from Warsaw on September 12th. Visited Alpe dHuez in february 2008

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