“The Vialattea is an international skiing area consisting of 5 Piedmontese resorts, Sestriere, Sauze d'Oulx, Sansicario, Cesana, Claviere and Montgenevre in France. It offers more than 211 skiing-connected runs, for a total extent of 400 km There are 91 lifts that range from an altitude of 1350m in Cesana to 2800m at Mount Motta, a peak that gives a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains allowing skiers to appreciate the vastness and beauty of the area."
Part of the Italian Milky Way with links to 400 km of Skiing, assuming there is snow. Very quiet with a limited selection of places to drink in the evenings.8 people went to the Milky Way for a few rounds of golf and were surprised to find that there was actually some snow that the weathermen hadn't told us about. After spending a day on it we used a coach for the rest of the week to visit neighboring ski resorts. Duncan joined us for the first time and taught us all about the complicated ski grading system. (although we still don't believe Mauve is used)