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by: Paul Watson - 7th March 2019

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Poor Lift Infrastructure

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Claviere is a convenient resort, and prob OK for beginners, but it is seriously let down by the arrangement and age of its infrastructure. The useful area has one HSD chair and 4 slow fixed chairs. The base area is on a slope with one lift at each end. The top end one (48) is very annoying with the base on an additional little hill. The HSD starts about 1/4 of the way up and there are some nice runs from the top fanning out of the resort, but serious skiers would want to take advantage of the "linked" Via Lattea resorts. Seriously to do this you will need a car or taxis. Montgenevre has some fabulous skiing and is easily accessible via the aforementioned lift 48, but be careful, return skiing is via the highest point on the map. From Montg' base it's an HSD followed by a hurrendously slow old fashioned fixed, followed by a long strenuous and tricky french standard Red that you would not want to be tackling at the end of a long day, and or with a mixed ability group in any thing other than perfect conditions. Alternatively it's only a couple of Km along the road. Access to The rest is first Via Sansicario. from the farthest point of Claviere is a long green that is rarely open, so a downhill chair, and then another then a Gondola up. Sansicario is another poorly laid out area, and access to Sauxe is tedious, Sestriere less so. In any case without transport it's not worth it. it's 25 minutes by car. I'm back in the Brenta Dolomites next time!

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