Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti, Folgarida

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Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti is located in Folgarida. Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Folgarida Edition.
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  • Beautiful extensive ski resort where several areas connect to each other. Lifts may get badly, often out of date, still functioning fine. Area where skiers of all abilities can come off their fine slopes, beautiful wide slopes to beautiful trails through the forests. Good snow, nice weather.. In short, great place for a sporty skiing week!
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  • Beautiful landscapes, good lifts, great snow, great dining options, only minus the row at the turnstiles on some chairlifts.
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  • Episodes that I witnessed in the queue at the lifts 20-30 files Folgarida:-minutes during the carnival week, and workers to the plants that they cheated highly even when on a single 6-seater passenger 1 saliva, without seeking people to rise by filling the capacity. When my partner tried to suggest the responded poorly and were advised to go skiing abroad; -the field school: I was with my 4-year-old daughter to accompany her on top to make school where the master was waiting for children to begin the lesson. After 15 minutes in a queue at the turnstile I realize I left my ski pass in your backpack at the refuge. My daughter, with bib of the ski school, and passes. I ask the attendant to let me pass, I explain that I just had to accompany her on top of the head, it was already late and the lesson was about to begin. Unfortunately I found myself in front of a dumb and stupid person, who refused categorically, raised my daughter that he had started to cry and made her exit from the urlandomi chair lift to take off your skis and get too out of line. Dementia and dullness. -Other chairlift beside the field school: while I was in the queue I assist another incredible scene: go the turnstiles a ski instructor with her kids by 4/5 years. One of the last stops responding at the turnstiles, I don't know if because of the lack of the ski pass or a problem reading. The master intervenes and asks the Clerk to the chairlift to do please pass the baby. The man refuses. The master insists and says that the child like everyone else has a ski pass but the guy starts yelling that the baby cannot pass and must immediately come off your skis and get out of the chair lift. We're talking about a little boy of 4/5 years. Where would he go? Be alone at the base of the Chair? Or the master would have to leave just the other babies who were already gone up??? The master thankfully, big boy, is back in behind, raised the baby weight by making him climb over the turnstile, and said that the baby with him. The addettp was going to jump on him. Another episode of inexplicable stupidity and ignorance. The area is nice but the stupidity and rudeness of these people is not good for tourism. Will not be returning.
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