Via Lattea is a large ski resort located 44 miles west of Turin, Italy. Straddling the French-Italian border, it encompasses 400km of slopes stretched over 7 smaller resorts, and has been known to host international competitions at the highest level, including the Winter Olympics in 2006.
The resort name is translated as ‘Milky Way’, and guests will undoubtedly feel in awe of Via Lattea with so many slopes to discover. They are enough to challenge the most advanced skier, with the collective facilities at the resort offering a wide variety of runs, trails and opportunities for exploration. They include Sestriere, Sauze D’Oulx, Cesana-Sansicario, Oulx, Claviere, Pragelato and Monginevro, all able to be accessed using a day or seasonal ski pass.
Skiers are able to take advantage of slopes in between an elevation of 1,372 and 2,749 metres with a weighting towards the intermediate difficulty. This means that Via Lattea is great for beginners and advanced skiers all looking for a challenge; fantastic for all abilities. With 63 ski lifts for transportation, it is also easy for guests to get around, navigating the wonderful slopes of Via Lattea at their leisure. There’s also night skiing available on a fully-illuminated Olympic track at Sestriere.
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