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Cervino - Sci Estivo, Breuil-Cervinia
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  • Glacier in optimal conditions and crowding the slopes right ... Shame about the extreme difficulty in returning to the cableway (a treadmill). Unacceptable then that there is only a chemical bath (gross) for skiers. If you want to go to the bathroom to Swiss retreat have to pay 2 € (and lose half an oa to arrive). The scenery and skiing then repay everything ...
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  • The ice of Plateau Rosa can be reached from Breuil Cervinia cable car or by Switzerland with 3 spans Zermatt, in whose territory it is located. Throughout the summer and in fall (after a temporary closure in September and October), allows fans to not to miss a day of skiing with the charming panorama of the Matterhorn. Place of attraction for ski clubs and racing teams offers a decent training ground not only for skiing but also for lovers of good food. The extension of the runways is limited but still quite sufficient. The snow quality is good in the morning and is influenced by temperature increases from noon onwards. Therefore we recommend that you start with the first cable cars around 8.30. Easy and convenient parking in the series of squares that lie just around the cable. Avoid the weekend crowds. The subscription price pretty high.
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  • We came from the deep South, with the desire and passion of skiing off season in spectacular scenery. First day, electrical failure due to thunderstorm, and I understand that. Second day, predictions of bad weather variability and light from 15 onwards (the skiing stops at 13). Day instead beautiful both downstream peak, but the Swiss, who run the lifts of the ski slopes, leave everything closed. Now, I can understand all the security measures, in every place there is a parameter and a different sensibility, but at this point, after finding that the possibility of skiing in summer does not exceed 20% daily, I can also expect to find similar conditions in winter, and thus keeps closing links. The Alps are full of wonderful places to ski, even in the summer in Austria and France. So, thank you, and never see each other again.
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