Italy is one of the world’s best destinations for Alpine skiers. At the time when important international competitions, World Championships, stages and finals of World Cup are held newspapers are full of Italian resorts’ names. Italia is the motherland of many Alpine skiing champions. But amateurs will also find here over 2500 km of trails and about 1500 lifts.
Italian Alps stretching along French, Swiss, Austrian, and Slovenian border is real paradise for those who go in for winter sports. And though the Apennines, Abruccia and Kalabria regions also have alpine skiing centers the majority of skiers choose winter Alps. But “winter” is not the right word. High Italian glaciers are open for skiing all year round.
Ski-pass in Italia enables to move free between various centers and over various slopes within the entire region. In addition to multiple sport opportunities it is convenient for those who do not want to live in the most expensive hotels. Going to Cervinia, Bormio, Val di Fassa, Courmayeur etc. one may select a cozy Alpine village near these places for living and use all the necessary lifts and best trails of the region.Italian resorts, even those exceptionally sport-oriented, have well-developed infrastructure. Convenient transport service, restaurants and shops of different price ranges, discos and libraries, museums and children’s establishments – those who came to Italy to rest will not have problems organizing it.
Italian ski resorts are famous as sport destination. They cater to white sport entusiasts who value well-groomed and chaste trails. Nevertheless many visitors come here to relish its amazing sceneries and vigorous resort life.