THE FACTS SEASON START & END: Late November to early May SKI ALTITUDE: 1716-3303m / Vertical Drop- 1587m in one resort PISTES: 20% Beginner / 70% Intermediate / 10% Expert LIFTS: 56 (Cable-7 / Gondola-1 / Funicular-3 / Chair lifts-21 / Drag lifts-24) SLOPES: 88 Pistes for a total of 350 KM CROSS-COUNTRY: 220 KM…

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THE FACTS SEASON START & END: Late October to Early May SKI ALTITUDE: 1350-3000m / Vertical Drop- 1650m PISTES: 39% Beginner / 13% Intermediate / 48% Expert LIFTS: 10 (Cable-3 / Chair lifts-3 / Drag lifts-4) SLOPES: 11 Pistes for a total of 25 KM CROSS-COUNTRY: 7 KM of cross-country ski trails from April to…

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The road from down in the Saint-Vincent down in the valley at 575 metres all the way up to the alpine town of Cervinia at 2006 metres was quite a spectacular accent which took us about 40 minutes to drive. The climb was a feast for the eyes, however poor Cheeky did have to keep…

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I always enjoy flying into Innsbruck in the heart of the Tyrol, the descent is spectacular with the plane slowly descending into the valley, the mountains looming tall on both sides close enough to feel like you are just sitting in a cable car! Then there is the airport, fast and efficient, we were through…

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Just when we thought the journey could not get any better our Chauffeur delivered us to the front door of the ‘5-star Superior’ Cristallo Palace Hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo. The first impression that hits you is the grandeur of the place or should I say palace!?! Along with a bronze bust in the foyer of…

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