Alleghe Skigebiet Guide
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Alleghe Skigebiet Guide
- Langlauf:37 km
- Fortgeschrittener Anfänger50%
Alleghe, in Italy (in the Veneto region), is a medium sized ski resort with 9 ski lifts (inc 3 chair lifts, 5 surface lifts) that offers skiers an incredible 1100 metres (3609 feet) of vertical descent. Alleghe has 18 pistes with a total length of 28 kilometers (18 miles). Alleghe is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders with some terrain for beginners but little of interest for advanced skiers. There are 37 kilometers (23 miles) of cross country ski trails at Alleghe. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park. All of the pistes at Alleghe are covered by snow-making. The closest airport is at Venice / Venezia but the transfer time is 2 hours. The nearest train station to Alleghe is at Belluno. There is accommodation located close to the pistes but we would welcome additional information about any hotels or chalets in Alleghe.
- Nächster Flughafen:Venice / Venezia
- Nächster Bahnhof:Belluno
- Infotelefon:+39 0437 523544
- Skigebiet Info-Website:www.skicivetta.com
- Pistennahe Unterkunft:yes
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Visitor Reviews of Alleghe
Rick Parker from United Kingdom writes:
I enjoyed reading the last two comments concerning this typical Italian resort. A wonderfully relaxed and quiet pace to the skiing. It's appreciable when you ski onto the Sella Ronda 'round' how frenetically stupid skiing can become.
I've used Alleghe now for several years as a gateway to backpack ski tour round the Dolomites. Here and Falcade are excellent gateways to start a tour staying at the mountain refugios. As an average intermediate skier it's quite easy to tour the Dolomites with a 30 litre pack, staying either in valley towns like this or in high altitude refugios perched at 1000 metres or so. You're very likely not to hear an English voice on the slopes in Falcade; come 2pm you'll have the slopes to yourself as the Italians will be sat in bars taking in the sun by then.
There again you can go to France, pay twice as much, queue up for hours to ski the same slopes and go back to the same chalet/hotel...