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Best ski resorts Hautes-Alpes for advanced skiers, free-riders

2 Test reports: Sorted according to evaluation criteria - Advanced skiers, free-riders

Europe > Italy > Piedmont > Turin (Province)

1. Via Lattea

Altitude info
1350 m - 2823 m (Difference 1473 m)
Slopes
400 km
96 km
220 km
84 km
Ski lifts
62
Lift ticket
€ 47,- (Day ticket main season)
Towns/villages
Cesana Torinese, Claviere, Montgenèvre, Pragelato, San Sicario, Sauze d'Oulx, Sestrière
Total result
4.2 of 5 Star
Advanced skiers, freeriders
5 of 5 Star
Altitude info
1200 m - 2800 m (Difference 1600 m)
Slopes
250 km
137.5 km
80 km
32.5 km
Ski lifts
58
Lift ticket
€ 47,- (Day ticket main season)
Towns/villages
Briançon, Chantemerle, Monêtier-les-Bains, Villeneuve-la-Salle
Total result
4.4 of 5 Star
Advanced skiers, freeriders
5 of 5 Star
Test Reports
Highlights
Advanced skiers, freeriders
Slope preparation
Ski Special • Tips for the ski holiday
Events
Kitzbuehel
2015-01-23 – 2015-01-25
Soelden
2015-04-23 – 2015-04-26
Lifts and Cable Cars
Katschberg
Live Webcam
The new 10-seater gondola lift Grubig II starts at the mid station and goes up to the Grubigstein. A perfect new lift to reach all the slopes very easy. more...
Test Reports
Highlights
Slope preparation
Cross-country skiing and trails
Highlights
Mountain restaurants, ski huts, gastronomy
Lifts and cable cars
Kaunertal Glacier
The Kaunertaler Gletscherbahn provides access to a new, challenging black slope with the "Wiesejaggl" ski tunnel. It offers a continuous slope from the Karlesjoch to the Ochsenalm base station.The Kaunertaler Gletscherbahn provides access to a new, challenging black slope with the "Wiesejaggl" ski tunnel. It offers a continuous slope from the Karlesjoch to the Ochsenalm base station. more...