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Related Regions: Italy, Torino, Europe, Piemonte, Europe Overall, Val di Susa

Elevation

  • 9186ft
    Summit
  • 4921ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 4265ft
    Base

Lifts

  • 1
  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 2
  • 0
  • 3
  • 11
  • 20
    Total

Terrain

  • Intermediate Runs

    50%

  • Advanced Runs

    43%

  • Expert Runs

    7%

  • Runs

    46

  • mi Pistes

    62.1 mi

  • Terrain Parks

    1

  • Longest Run

    3.9 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    140 ac

  • mi Snow Making

    31.1 mi

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Overview

Bardonecchia, with over 100 km of slopes and 23 ski lifts, is made up two ski areas. On one side there's the area that includes Colomion, Les Arnauds and Melezet, which is characteristized by wide slopes that cut through the forest. A thick and artistic spider web of slopes connects Campo Smith (1330 m) in the center of town to the vast plateaus of Vallon Cros, which at 2400 m of altitude is above the treeline. Five minutes from downtown, connected via a free skibus, is the Jafferau resort (highest point 2800 m). Here most of the slopes are out of the forest which allows for an unparalleled view of the surrounding mountains and infinite possibilities of off trail itineraries in the spring. Jafferau is famous for having hosted all of the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic snowboarding events at the Melezet snowpark. Bardonecchia is easy to reach by car or by train, thanks to the train station located just a few hundred meters from the slopes. There's something for everyone and the fact that it's a real mountain town makes it a perfect destination for a fun and relaxing family vacation filled with sports, nature and good food.

Important Dates

  • Projected OpeningProjected Closing11/30/201904/13/2020
  • Projected Days Open
    130
  • Years Open
    19
  • Average Snowfall
    24"

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The best way of getting around Torino is either by walking, which many people seem to favor, or via the public transport, which has been enhanced in terms of lines and frequency for the Olympic event. All Olympic venues have disability access and can be reached either by train, car or the Olympic transport services. For security reasons, some sections of mountain roads are closed to the traffic during the Games and it is not possible to reach the competition venues by private car. Special trains will be available every half an hour! Otherwise, if you decide to come by car, book your parking space in the park&ride car parks wherever possible. Info: 800 019152 or +39 011 5764574. It is not possible to reach the competition venues by private car: all cars must be left at the park&ride terminals linked to the public transport network.

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Bardonecchia Reviews

plog108
28th February 20194
Lovely little town accessible by train from kings cross. Very friendly and relatively quiet. Good food in the area Well kept pistes...Full review
Phil O
23rd February 20193
A smaller resort best suited to new intermediate skiers (1 -3 weeks experience). The resort lacks any long greens for novice skiers...Full review
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