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The best ski slopes of the Alps: where to find them

The best ski slopes of the Alps

Are you a skier or a snowboarder who loves the thrill? Do you like facing slopes that require expertise and the best equipment? Here are some tips to find the best ski slopes of the Alps.

One of the pioneers of skiing, Otto Schniebs, once wrote: "Whatever the degree of skill that a skier can own, he should never forget that his skis are, after all, only a tool, a means by which he can enjoy the winter in all its glory and strength, breathing the fresh air". To better face this discipline, it is necessary to find the challenge that best suits your skills.

The 5 most popular slopes in the Alps

The Alps offer wonderful views, natural and sportive tracks, downhills and some of the best ski lifts in the world. Hence, the 5 best and most beloved tracks on these mountain ranges:
1) Tulot. In Val Rendenza, province of Trento is part of the Pinzolo Ski Area. 2.6 km long, branching from breathtaking views with 900 vertical meters. Walls and changes of direction, are a tough but not impossible challenge for a path that, while down in the valley, it becomes easier to follow.
2) Saslong. In Val Gardena, this famous slope hosts the annual competition of the downhill World Cup. Its inclination and a wide track that lingers in the woods will commit, since the first curves, even the most experienced skiers
3) Spinale.This slope is situated in one of the most beautiful areas of the Brenta Dolomites: Madonna di Campiglio. Narrow and winding, it is a real challenge, which tests your attention and your ability to ski on hard snow, without respite.
4) Polvere.This slope is located in Livigno and allows you to descend from 2755 meters to 2200 to a path almost straight: ideal for those who love speed!
5) Deborah Compagnoni. Dedicated, as its name suggests, to one of the most popular champions of this sport, this slope has hosted over the years, the World Cup in Alpine skiing races for both male and female. Tortuous and challenging in its highest peak, it becomes sweet and challenging down the valley.

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