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Panoramic view of Sestriere

Sestriere, the flagship of the Via Lattea international ski area

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Matteo Corradi
Dec 12, 2016
At the top of the hill, surrounded by the peaks of Kandahar, Motta, Sises and Fraiteve, at an altitude of 2035 metres is the famous ski resort of Sestirere, host to several competitions in the 2004 Alpine Ski World Cup, and the 2006 Winter Olympics. In Sestriere you’ll find not only famous slopes of champions where you can challenge your limits, but also ones suitable for those who are new to the world of skiing, as well as a large snow park. It is the highest town in Italy, famous not only for skiing but for the multitude of events it hosts throughout the year, attracting visitors from all over the world, and of all ages and interests.

Skiing, snowboarding, golf, and altitude training

Sestriere is not only a ski resort. In the summer months this area and its altitude are used by teams of athletes for altitude training, and by hiking enthusiasts and golf lovers.

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