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post #61 of 128
This will be fun......

Minnesota:
Lutsen, Spirit, Wild, Powder Ridge, Afton, Buck Hill, ohters that have closed

California:
Sugarbowl, Squaw, Northstar, Alpine, Heavenly, Mt. Rose, Diamond Peak,

Utah:
Alta, Snowbird, Brighton, Solitude, Snowbasin, Powder Mountain

Colorado:
Steamboat, Aspen, Vail, Solvista

Montana:
Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, Red Lodge

Wyoming:
Targhee

Wisconsin:
Trollhogen

Michigan:
Powderhorn, Indianhead, Whitecap

Canada:
Marmot, Sunshine, Kicking Horse, Lake Louise, Whistler/Blackholm

Austria:
Zell Em See, Bad Gastien, Sport Gastien, Maria Ulm

Switzerland:
St. Moritz, Savoniegn

I am sure I missed some, but it was fun to think back....
post #62 of 128
NA
Fernie, BC
Whitewater, BC
Kicking Horse, BC
Kootenay Pass, BC (no lifts)
Castle Mountain, AB
Sunshine Valley, AB
Alyaska Resort, AK
Thompsons Pass, AK (no lifts)
Hatchers Pass, AK (no lifts)
Turnigan Pass, AK (no lifts)
Summit Area, AK (no lifts)

Europe
3 Vallées, France
Val d'Isere/Tignes, France
Alp d'Huez, France
Åre, Sweden
Hemavan, Sweden
Tärnaby, Sweden
Idre, Sweden
Romme, Sweden
Siljansnäs, Sweden
Kungsberget, Sweden
Trysil, Norway
post #63 of 128
North America:
Kicking Horse
Whistler
Lake Louise
Sunshine Village

Europe:
Glenshee
Aviemore
the Lecht
Chamonix
Chamrousse
Les Deux Alpes
Alpe d'Huez
Les Arcs
Tignes
Val d'Isere
Soll
Verbier
Klosters
St Anton
Flaine
Samoens
Courchevel
Meribel
Val Thorens,
Geilo
Hesmsedal
Voss

I think that might be it.
post #64 of 128

Happy Days

Hey guys, this is a testimony to how boring working in a ski shop can get, here we go!

USA
Winter Park
Beaver Creek
Copper Mountain

Canada
Kicking Horse
Lake Louise

France
Meribel
Courchevel
Val Thorens
Les Menuires
Val D'Isere
Tignes
St Foi
Les Deux Alpes
Serre Chevalier
Chamonix (Argentiere, Les Brevents, Les Houche, Le Tour etc.)
Les Arc (all 3)
Courmayeur
Avoriaz
Morzine
les Gets
Chatel

Switzerland
Verbier

New Zealand
Mount Hutt
Remarkables
Coronet Peak
Treble Cone
Cardronna

Norway
Geilo

UK
Glenshee
The Lecht
Cairngorm

Check out www.freeze-scotland.com if you are as bored as me!
post #65 of 128
All Usa
PA - 7springs,Hidden Valley, Blue Knob, Laurel Mountian, Boyce Park
VT - Okemo, Killington, Mad River Glen, Smugglers Notch, Stowe, Jay Peak
MD - Wisp
WV- Snowshoe, timberline
post #66 of 128
Just got into this obsession in a serious way last year. Here's my list (not bad for mostly one season, eh?):

ME:
Sunday River

NY:
Greek Peak
Gore Mountain
Hunter Mountain
Windham

VA:
The Homestead (blah)

VT:
Stratton, Killington

Graduate school salary combined with work load = bad for maximum ski fun. I'll be adding as much to this as possible as soon as possible (let it snow)!

-Craig
post #67 of 128
Some of these areas are long gone.....
** = repeat visitor
All in USA.

CT
backyard circa 1975 **
Nike Site (rope tow in Manchester) **
Mohawk Mtn. **
Powder Ridge **
Ski Sundown **

MA
Mt. Tom **
Bosque **
Jimney Peak **
Brodie **
Wachusett **

VT
Sugarbush **
Mad River Glen **
Jay Peak **
Mt. Snow **
Haystack **
Magic **
Killington **
Okemo **
Bromley **
Stratton **
Maple Valley
Pico **

NH
Mt. Sunapee **
Loon **
Cannon **
Cranmore

NY
Hunter

WY
Jackson Hole **
Grand Targhee

CO
Vail
Steamboat Springs

UT
Alta **
Snowbird **
Brighton **
Solitude **
The Canyons **
Park City
Deer Valley
Snowbasin
post #68 of 128
Colorado
Vail
Breck
Copper
Keystone
A Basin
Winter Park
Loveland
Steam Boat


Wyoming
Grand Targhee
Jackson


New York
Holiday Valley
Peak n Peek
Kissing Bridge


Pennsyltucky
7 Springs
Hidden Valley

Vermont
Killington
Pico


Ohio
Snowtrails
Brandywine
Boston Mills
post #69 of 128

DC ski- Red line access

Quote:
Originally Posted by telerod15

There once a rope tow and lights for night skiing in Rock Creek Park in D.C. back in the forties, but it's been "earn your turns" in the nation's capital for some time now.
Fulton St. to Normanstone
post #70 of 128
Europe:
Morillion
Samoens
Les Caroz
Les Gets
Morzine
Avorias
Chatel
Praz de ley
Flaine
Sixt
Les Contamine
Les Houches
Chamonix
Les Grande Montets
St Gervais
Les Arc
Cormayuer


Colorado:
Eldora
Lovleand
Berthoud
Winter Park
Silverton
Keystone
Breck
A-basin
Copper
Vail
Beaver/avon
Aspen
higlands
Snowmass
Wolf creek
Steamboat
teluride
Ski sunshine

CA:
Sugar Bowl
Soda Springs
Boring-hill
squaw
alpine
northstar
donner
homewood
diamond peak
mt rose
heavenly
kirckwood
sierra at tahoe
mt high
mt baldy
Mamoth

other:
Jackson
Whistler
Lake lousie
Sunshine
Yellowstone
post #71 of 128
Ok, I need to add some lowly NY areas.

New York

Gore
Whiteface
Belleayre
Brantling (Bet you can't guess who used to race here)
Bristol
Four Seasons
Greek Peak
Holiday Valley
Hoilmont
Labrador
McCauley
Windham
Snow Ridge
Song
Swain
Toggenburg
Woods Valley (my home mt. growing up, wait it was a farmers field, not a mt.)

Vermont

Stowe
Sugarbush
Mad River Glen
Stratton
Killington

Colorado

Copper

Canada

Mont Tremblant
post #72 of 128
* = no longer open

MINNESOTA
Timberlane * (my first home area)
Sugar Hills *
Quadna *
Val Chatel *
Lutsen
Ski Devil *
Mt. Kato (formerly Ski Haven)
Welch Village
Frontenac *
Afton alps

NORTH DAKOTA
Frostfire

WISCONSIN
Alpine Valley (my current home)
Christmas Mt.
Cascade
Devil's Head
Tyrol Basin
Wilmot
Granite Peak
Mt. Majestic *
Mt. LaCrosse
Grand Geneva

ILLINOIS
Chestnut Mountain

COLORADO
Steamboat
Winter Park
Coppper Mountain
Breckenridge
Keystone
Vail
Loveland
A-Basin
post #73 of 128
Great thread, places I've skiied:

California
Heavenly
Kirkwood
Mammoth Mountain
Squaw Valley

British Columbia
Whistler/Blackcomb

Utah
Alta
Brian Head
Brighton
The Canyons
Deer Valley
Park City
Snowbird
Solitude

Wyoming
Grand Targhee
Jackson Hole
Snow King

Colorado
Arapahoe Basin
Aspen Mountain
Beaver Creek
Breckenridge
Copper Mountain
Keystone
Snowmass
Vail

North Carolina
Appalachian
Hawksnest
Ski Beech
Sugar Mountain

West Virginia
Snowshoe Mountain

Pennsylvania
Liberty Mountain
Whitetail

Vermont
Stowe
post #74 of 128
USA
Alaska: Alyeska
Colorado: A Basin, Breckenridge, Copper, Keystone, Vail, Loveland Pass (not Loveland), Beaver Creek, Wolf Creek
California: Kirkwood, Sierra, Squaw, Sugar Bowl, Homewood, Alpine, Mammoth
Nevada: Heavenly
Utah: Powder Mountain, Snowbasin
Vermont: Killinton, Okemo
New York: Huntah, Wyndham
Michigan (doesn't really count but...): Boyne, Shanty, assorted trash dumps in the lower part of the state

Canada
BC: Whistler-Blackomb
post #75 of 128
There are 99 resorts I can remember, but there is one more. I can't remember the name of the first place I learned to ski in Massachusetts. I tried looking for it on the lost ski site for NE, but could not find enough to jog my memory.

Alaska
Alyeska (+ Chugach Powder Guides)

California
Mammoth, Kirkwood, Heavenly Valley

Colorado
Arapahoe Basin, Aspen, Aspen Highlands, Beaver creek, Breckenridge, Buttermilk, Copper, Crested Butte, Keystone, Monarch, Purgatory (Durango Mountain Resort), Steamboat, Sunlight, Telluride, Vail, Winter Park, Wolf Creek

Connecticut
Powder Ridge, Ski Sundown, Mount Southington, Mohawk Mountain

Idaho
Sun Valley, Schweitzer

Maryland
TheRusty's front yard!
Massachusetts
Jiminy Peak, Brodie (defunct), Boston Hills (defunct), Mount Tom (defunct), Ski Butternut

Michigan
Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, Crystal Mountain, Indianhead

Montana
Big Mountain, Big Sky, Red Lodge, Bridger Bowl

New Hampshire
Waterville Valley, Gunstock, Loon, Mount Sunapee

New Jersey
[Great Gorge, Vernon Valley - now called Mountain Creek]

New Mexico
Taos

New York
Hunter, Windham

Ohio
Sugar Creek (defunct), Boston Mills, Snow Trails, Mad River

Pennsylvania
Whitetail, Liberty, Blue Knob, Seven Springs

Utah
Alta, Snowbird, Snowbasin, Brighton, Solitude, Park City, Beaver, Brian Head, Powder, Snowbasin, Park West/Wolf(now called The Canyons)

Vermont
Stowe, Jay Peak, Killington, Mt. Snow, Stratton, Okemo, Smugglers Notch, Haystack, Sugarbush

Wisconsin
Alpine Valley, Devil's Head

Wyoming
Jackson Hole, Grand Targhee (+Peaked Mountain Cat skiing), Snow King

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Canada-BC
Whistler, Blackcomb, Apex, Whitewater, Fernie, Sun Peaks, Panorama

Canada-Alberta
Lake Louise, Sunshine

Canada-Quebec
Mont Orford, Mont-Sainte-Anne

Chile
Portillo (+Portillo Heli Ski)

Europe-Austria
Kitzbuhel

Europe-France
Val d'Isere, Tignes

Europe-Switzerland
Saint Moritz, Zermatt
post #76 of 128
My turn about where I've made my turns!

Australia
Mt Hotham
Falls Creek
Mt Buller
Thredbo
Perisher Blue

NZ
Cardrona
Treble Cone
Remarkables
Coronet Peak
Mt Hutt

Canada
Big White
Whistler Blackcomb
Fernie
Sunshine
Lake Louise

USA
Mt Baker

France
3 Vallees
post #77 of 128
My list is not nearly as impressive as some, but here goes:

New York:
Greek Peak
Swain
Holimont
Holiday Valley
Kissing Bridge
Bristol
Tamarack (before it was sold)
Buffalo Ski Club
Whiteface Mt.
Toggenburg
Labrador

Vermont:
Stratton
Jay Peak

New Hamshire:
Waterville Valley

Pennsylvania:
Blue Mt.

Colorado:
Vail
Beaver Creek
A-Basin
Keystone
Breckenridge

Utah:
Alta
Snowbird
Snow Basin

Idaho:
Brundage

California:
Squaw Valley
Heavenly (also in Nevada)

It's not a huge list, but not too bad for only being 22... well 23 when the season starts.

Later

GREG
post #78 of 128
wow, there are a lot of very impressive lists here. I'll offer up my much smaller experience.

NY
Whiteface
Toggenburg
Labrador Mtn

PA
Shawnee
Jack Frost
1 or 2 other smaller places

MA
Jiminy Peak

VT
Sugarbush
Killington
Mount Snow

Canada
Mont Tremblant

New places I am planning on hitting this season:
Mad River Glen
Jay Peak
Gore Mtn.

That's all I can think of at the moment, there may be one or two others I am missing.
post #79 of 128
Heluva Has A Good Point That Those With The Longest Lists Are Gonna Tend To Have The Grayest Hair.
I Have Visited About 50 Areas Since 1967. Won’t Bore You With Another List. Mostly In Eastern Us, About 15 In Western Us, 5 Areas In Europe.

Confessions: I’ve Been To Switzerland’s Zermatt And Jungfrau/Grindelwald Areas And Germany’s Zugspitz, But During A Whirlwind Summer Europe Tour And Did Not Ski Them?!? Also Driven By A Handful Of Us Areas Only To Move On Elsewhere Due To Bad Conditions Or Closure.

I’m Pleased To Say That All Or Most Of My Family Of Six Has Accompanied Me To 50% Of The Places.

Question For Other Posters: Anyone Want To Briefly Comment On A Few Of Their Favorites (or Dislikes) From Their Lists?

I've Got Many Major Gaps In My Resume, But Some Of My Favs: Blue Knob-PA (home Mtn For 15 Yrs, Toughest Terrain In Mid-atlantic), Aspen Highlands- Co (scenery And Terrain), Kirkwood-CA (snow And Terrain), Snowbird-UT (snow And Terrain), Killington-VT (terrain), Wildcat-NH (eastern scenery And Terrain, Province Of Salzburg-austria (good Skiing, Good Food, No Americans)
post #80 of 128
just cause I would like to know:

How many bears already knew about www.Nelsap.org and how many did I turn on to it??

Brings back some glad memories of my youth but then saddens me that my daughter won't know those days of crowded lodges and brown bag lunches.
post #81 of 128
Oh man..
Ct
Powder ridge...Sundown (when it was Satins Ridge too) ..Tappawingo..mt Southington...Mohawk

MA
Jimminy..Bousquet...Butternut...Mt. Tom ...Thunder mtn (now berkshire)...Brodie....Wachusett..

NY
Catamount...Windham....Hunter..

VT
Haystack/Mt.Snow..Stratton..Bromley...Magic...Killington..P ico...Stowe.....Smugglers.....Jay..Okemo....Corint hia...Glen Ellen....Sugarbush...Mad River...Maple Valley

NH

Loon...Waterville..Cannon....Mt Washington count ?...Wildcat

VA.......Wintergreen
WVA...Snowshoe
MD....Wisp

CO

Breckenridge...A-Basin...Keystone...Loveland...Geneva Basin....Vail...Beaver Creek....Copper

Utah

Snowbird....Alta...Solitude...Park City...Park City West
post #82 of 128
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stache
just cause I would like to know:

How many bears already knew about www.Nelsap.org and how many did I turn on to it??

Brings back some glad memories of my youth but then saddens me that my daughter won't know those days of crowded lodges and brown bag lunches.
I had not seen that site. Thanks, Stache.

www.Nelsap.org lists one of the the first places I ever skied, a hill at with a rope tow at a school in western Mass. I left it off my list because it wasn't a commercial ski area. I attended the school, Cranwell, for a couple of years. We had a ski team that raced against other schools in New England, and when I was a freshman, the captain and best skier on the team, and one of the best skiers in New England, was a senior named Jackie Mason.

Years later when I joined the ski patrol at a small area in New Mexico, I started receiving the Ski Patrol Magazine (the NSP official publication). The magazine often carried well-written articles by a guy named Jack Mason, who turned out to be the same guy I knew from high school. He had gone on to become director of the National Ski Patrol and head of the ski patrol at Winter Park. He died in 2002 after suffering a seizure and falling from a chairlift at Winter Park. He was a fine skier and a great guy.
post #83 of 128
Again, Not a glamourous list. But hey, if there is snow; it's all good!

Vt - Mt Snow, Haystack, Killington, Sugarbush

VA - Wintergreen, Bryce, Mass-of-nuttin

PA - 7 Springs, Hidden Valley, Blue Knob

TN - Gatlinburg

WV - Snowshoe/Silver Creek, Canaan Valley

CA - Heavenly, Big Bear

UT - Park City

MT - Big Sky, Bridger Bowl

CO - Steamboat (this coming Feb.)

Canada - Mt. Tremblant

Europe - Italy - Limone
Spain - Sierra Nevada (1st I've seen on this thread)

BTW, MWskier, I am from ND originally and did not even realize there was a ski area in the state. Hard to find sledding hills, let alone skiing. : "Frostfire" go figure!!
post #84 of 128
I've got a couple of places in my list that haven't yet been mentioned.

Australia:

Thredbo, NSW
Perisher Blue, NSW
Mount Hotham, Vic
Falls Creek, Vic
Mount Thebarton, SA (Adelaide's indoor slope)

New Zealand:

Whakapapa
Mount Dobson, South Canterbury
The Remarkables
Cardrona
Treble Cone
Coronet Peak

Canada:

Cypress Bowl, Vancouver BC
Sunshine Village, Alberta
Whistler/Blackcomb

USA:

Breckenridge, Colorado
Keystone, Colorado
Arapahoe Basin, Colorado
Vail, Colorado
Beaver Creek, Colorado
Alta, Utah
Snowbird, Utah
Solitude, Utah
Park City, Utah
Deer Valley, Utah
The Canyons, Utah
Snowbasin, Utah

France:

Val d'Isere
Tignes

Austria:

Saalbach/Hinterglemm
Alpbach
Scheffau/Ski Welt
post #85 of 128
Racking brain...

First off, I'm willing to bet pitchers of beer all evening at the Mangy Moose in Teton Village, WY, that I've skied more ski areas in Iowa than any other Epicista.

Iowa:

Crescent Hill
Ted's Ski Hill
Nordic Valley
Montezuma Ski Basin
Boone Ski Valley
Sundown
Iowa State University Golf Course

Minnesota:

Mt. Kato
Frontenac
Welch Village
Afton Alps
Buck Hill
Lutsen

South Dakota:

Terry Peak

Colorado:

A-Basin
Loveland (as of two days ago)
Keystone
Breckenridge
Copper Mt.
Vail
Beaver Creek
Aspen Mt.
Aspen Highlands
Buttermilk
Snowmass
Telluride
Crested Butte
Steamboat Springs
Winter Park

Idaho:

Sun Valley
Bogus Basin

Montana:

Big Sky

New Mexico:

Taos

Oregon:

Mt. Hood

California:

Squaw Valley

Utah:

Alta
Brian's Head
Brighton
The Canyons
Deer Valley
Park City
Snowbird
Snowbasin
Solitude
Sundance

Wyoming:

Grand Targhee
Jackson Hole
Snow King

I'm embarassed to say that all of my skiing has occurred in the US. That's a shortcoming I need to fix.
post #86 of 128
Bob

Since you haven't made it to New England for skiing yet there is still plenty left in the U.S. for you to check out. I remember proudly watching Andy forerun the downhill in the 1980 Winter Games in Lake Placid. Okay not New England but close enough.

Surprised there are so many ski areas in Iowa. When I was doing my many trips from the valley to New England. Always looked forward to getting to Iowa and their rolling hills after many miles of flat boring topography in either direction.
post #87 of 128
Alberta:
Canada Olympic Park (probably the only one to admit it )
Sunshine
post #88 of 128
I posted my totals in a previous similar topic on the UK based Snowheads
This is a link to a previous similar topic.

http://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?t=3355&start=40&postdays=0&postorder =asc&highlight



These are seperate visits date from to 1979. You can work out the Countries for yourself :-) Included are some seasons at some areas.
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OK I have had a good go at this one . I may of missed some out. This is what I have totalled so far . I havent included HeliSkiing etc
153 visits in all
78 Resorts

Alta,6 x Aspen,Season > Aspen,Aspen Highlands,Bareges,Big Bear,2 x BigMountain,Bridger Bowl,,Buttermilk,Cardrona,Catedral Bariloche,Chillan,Coronet Peak,Courcheval,El Colorado,Fernie,Galtur,Grand Targhee,2 x Haute Nendaz Verbier,3 xHeavenly Valley,Hintertux,Hunter Mountain,Season> Ischgl,3 x Jackson Hole,Kappl,2 x Kaprun,Killington,Kimberley,La Monges,La Rossiere,La Thuile,Lake Louise,Las Lenas,Les Arcs,Les Menuires,Livigno,Mamouth Mountain,Meribel,Mount Bachelor,Mount Hutt,Mount Norquay,5 x Neustift,Obergurgl,Park City,Perisher Blue,Pitztal,Portillo,Red Mountain,Remarkables,Saalbach Hinterglem,Samnaum,Santa Caterina,See,Snowbird,Snowmass,2 x Solden,Soldeu,3 x Soll,3 x Squaw Valley,32 x St Anton,2 x Season > St Anton,Steamboat Springs,Steinach,7 x Sun Valley,Season> Sun Valley,Sunshine,2 x Taos,Tasman Glacier,12 x Telluride,2 x Season > Telluride,Thredbo,Treble Cone,Turoa,Vail,Val Thorens,Valle Nevado,Valmoral,Wakkapapa,Whistler,Zell am See

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post #89 of 128
Southern California and nearby
Lee Canyon (now Ski Las Vegas)
Mt. Baldy
Kratka Ridge
Mt. Waterman
Mountain High
Snow Valley
Snow Summit
Bear Mt.
Ski Sunrise
San Gorgonio
Arizona Snowbowl

Sierra
Mammoth
June Mt.
Tioga Pass
Northstar
Heavenly Valley
Sugar Bowl
Squaw Valley
Kirkwood
Alpine Meadows
Mt. Reba Bear Valley
Sierra-at-Tahoe
Mt. Rose

Utah
Park City
Snowbird
Alta
Deer Valley
Brian Head
Brighton
Solitude
Utah Powderbirds
Powder Mt.
Snow Basin
The Canyons

Colorado
Aspen Highlands
Snowmass
Aspen Mt. (Ajax)
Beaver Creek
Vail
Copper Mt.
Arapahoe Basin
Winter Park
Keystone
Steamboat
Crested Butte
Telluride
Purgatory
Loveland Pass
Breckenridge
Wolf Creek
Monarch
Silverton

Other U.S. Rockies
Sun Valley
Taos
Jackson Hole
Ski Apache
Targhee Snowcat
Grand Targhee
Schweitzer
Montana Backcountry Adventures
Big Sky
Yellowstone Club
Big Mountain

Pacific Northwest
Mt. Bachelor
White Pass
Timberline
Blackcomb
Whistler
Mt. Hood Meadows
Crystal Mt.
Mt. Bailey Snowcat

Interior Western Canada
Island Lake Snowcat
Fernie Alpine Resort
Whitewater
Red Mt.
TLH Heliski
Selkirk-Tangiers Heli
Apex Alpine
Big White
Silver Star
CAT Powder Skiing
Castle Mt.
RK Heliski
Lake Louise
Sunshine Village
Retallack Snowcat
CMH Kootenay Heli
Kicking Horse
Mt. Norquay
Panorama
Great Northern Snowcat

Northeast
Killington
Tuckerman's Ravine
Stowe
Mad River Glen
Jay Peak
Stoneham
Mt. Ste. Anne
Le Massif
Mont Grands-Fonds

Europe
Le Tour
Grands Montets
Vallee Blanche
Courmayeur
Verbier
Brevant/Flegere

Southern Hemisphere
Mt. Hutt (N.Z.)
Tasman Glacier(N.Z.)
Coronet Peak (N.Z.)
Whakapapa (N.Z.)
Thredbo, Australia
Treble Cone (N.Z.)
Cardrona (N.Z.)
Harris Mt. Heli (N.Z.)
Las Lenas, Argentina

115 areas total: more detail by area and season at http://bestsnow.net/vertfeet.htm
post #90 of 128
All in Europe, always in the Alps.
From West to East

France

Chamonix
La Plagne
La Rosiere

Italy

Valle d'Aosta
Courmayeur
Pila
Champorcher
Champoluc
Gressoney
Chamois
La Thuile

Piedmont
Alagna (many, many years ago)

Lombardy
Bormio
Livigno
Madesimo
Chiesa Val malenco
Barzio
Artavaggio (now no more a ski area)
Lizzola
Foppolo
S. Simone
Passo Tonale
Passo Stelvio

Trentino Alto Adige & Veneto
Dolomiti Superski
Madonna di Campiglio
Predazzo
Seiser Alm/Sciliar
Passo del Giovo/Jaufenpass
S. Vigilio di Marebbe/St. Vigil in Enneberg (Plan de Corones/Kronplatz)

Switzerland
St. Moritz
Corvatsch
Andermatt

Austria
Galtuer
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