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by: Matt Rawlingson Plant - 31st December 2017

  • 4
  • 5Beginner
  • 4Intermediate
  • 3Expert
  • 4All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 4Family Friendly
  • 4Aprés Ski
  • 4Terrain Park
  • 4Overall Value
Good value, wide nursery slopes, not busy (Christmas 2017)
3 hour transfer, 20 minute bus ride to the other side of the valley for other ski area

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Having skies in most European countries I looked forward to our Christmas ski holiday with all 15 members of my extended family. If you can reach the beautiful Livignio valley with a 3 hour transfer all the better, I wish we could have! I would suggest finding your accommodation not directly facing the Main Street as even though traffic is pretty light it certainly affected the quality of sleep. It didn’t help that we were on the ground floor so had to also put up with loud probably drunk revellers returning from a night out. The quality of the snow was excellent. There was enough length of runs to keep my family amused but at the same time don’t compare this resort to the likes of Tignes / Val D Isere etc! If our children had been any younger (8 & 10) and less good skiers then catching the bus with skis etc would be quite challenging. They didn’t have lessons this time but I saw many taking place and really liked that the ski schools have a maximum of 8 children per instructor (unlike in France where is can be up to 14 per group). We found the local Italians charming and helpful. The food quality was very good and price varied depending if you decided to have something on the mountain side or back in town. We also took a day off mid week (when it was very snowy) and took the 1:15 hours to the Spa town of Bormio for about 10 euros return. A very relaxing day out but if you want to go to the other spas in Bormio apart from Terme spa then apparently you need to book at peak times at least 2 months ahead! I did go to shop so can’t comment on this apart from the spirit price was certainly cheaper than in the UK.

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