Italy

Cute little family resort
Cute little family resort

Courmayeur

Pros: Reasonable prices, friendly atmosphere, good food and coffee

Cons: Slow lifts, small resort, minimal vertical drop

Homey Home Hill
Homey Home Hill

Madesimo

Pros: Challenging offpiste at top of mountain, Good snow record and aspect, Fast lifts on lower mountain, Appealing village, Italian charm

Cons: Weekend crowds, Limited onpiste offerings, Slow lifts at top of mountain, Top can close for wind/weather, Tram runs only every half hour on weekdays

Campitello - A stop on the Sella Ronda
Campitello - A stop on the Sella Ronda

Campitello Di Fassa

Pros: Huge Skiing with the Dolomiti Superski Area, Great Snowmaking effort, affordable, little known

Cons: Hard to get to

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Courmayeur

Courmayeur

“I haven't visited as a tourist yet (so to speak), however, have spent a few weeks doing temporary instructor jobs and have had a couple of good free-skis to check out the slopes and a wander around the town. The skiing at Courmayeur is nothing special. This is a small-to-mid sized resort (by European standards), and there is little variation. There are plenty of wide open, steep red runs which...” --skisimon

100% Positive Reviews
Campitello Di Fassa

Campitello Di Fassa

“ My journey to Campitello this January started in Switzerland of all places, two trains later and a private transfer from Ora station and i was relieved to see the Fassa Valley, which actually had some snow on it. The journey probably highlighted the weakest part of Italian skiing and that is the transportation to the resorts. Which is lagging compared to the rest of Europe.   ...” --William Donovan

100% Positive Reviews
Montecampione

Montecampione

“ Winter calls for a trip up to the Montecampione Ski resort situated just above Boario, Italy and Great Lake Iseo. The trip itself is a discovery, as between the tree lined roads appear spectacular glimpses across the lake and over the valley and Alps beyond. The resort, although fairly large and stretching over 3 stations with some 50kms of piste, is mainly used by Italian day...” --Monticolo

100% Positive Reviews
Madesimo

Madesimo

“Madesimo offers great skiing for accomplished riders when conditions are right, but if the top of the mountain is not accessible or visibility is poor the skiing can be limited. The mountain is empty on weekdays but fills up most weekends as it's an easy drive from Milan area. Season is long and the area often gives the best of itself in spring. Plenty of challenge -- from steep bumps to narrow...” --prickly

100% Positive Reviews
Folgarida-Marilleva

Folgarida-Marilleva

“For more info http://www.skirama.it/EN/home/?s=0& Very versatile area Dominant Red and Blue with a speck of Black in between Great italian food on the piste available Expensive ski pass 150km away from nearest airport (but we drove the 1150km by car from the netherlands over excellent roads). Want to go back for more” --Skitazz

100% Positive Reviews
Claviere

Claviere

Italy's oldest resort has a border post at one end of the village and is a ten minute walk from Montgènevre, France. The resort is very relaxed, with friendly and hospitable residents and some lovely hotel bars. It is on the long and interesting Milky Way circuit. Snowboarding is a popular on the Via Lattea where fast new chairlifts have made moving around much easier. Sestriere...