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Low-cost skiing: here are the perfect locations

Practicing winter sports can be an intense passion and, often, very costly too.
The cost of one day on the snow in an average location, including transportation, a ski pass and food, reaches around €100 per person.

We can even name locations where the price rises steeply, such as St. Mortiz and Verbier in Switzerland, St. Anton in Austria and Cortina in Italy; luckily, there are also other ski spots that counter the trend.
Here are 5 perfect locations for low-cost skiing:

1. Monte Baldo – Veneto. The area is stunning, and you can reach heights of 1830 metres. A daily ski pass costs €22; if the local ski tracks are not enough, you can also reach the slopes of Prà Alpesina thanks to very convenient transport links.

2. Argentera – Piedmont. A few steps from the French border, this location is ideal for a holiday full of snow and tranquillity. A ski pass costs €22 for 20 kilometres of alpine ski tracks, two cross-country ski tracks, and an area dedicated to toboggans and bobsleighs.

3. Lagorai – Passo Brocon - Trentino Alto Adige. One of the region’s few low-cost destinations. It offers 15 kilometres of natural and artificial snow tracks, that you can access in the winter with a €25 ski pass or by using the hourly rate and points system.

4. Val di Rhemes - Val d’Aosta. An alpine location facing a moderately sized skiing area, ideal for both expert skiers and beginners. The cost is definitely tempting: you can buy a daily ski pass for just €19.

5. Val Cenis – France. This French ski resort offers 125 kilometres of tracks for alpine skiing and 30 kilometres for Nordic skiing, plus several tourist services. The daily ski pass costs €35 and offers one of Europe’s best quality to price ratios.

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