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Andalo, Italy

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beautifully Italian ,very welcoming fun and well maintained .great fun read full

glenn mc cullough

beautifully Italian ,very welcoming fun and well maintained .great fun read full

glenn mc cullough
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Andalo is a connoisseur's ski resort and good skiers really rate it. It's better than the comparitively modest mileage would suggest. The runs have great variety and the hard working lift company groom them to corduroy perfection. Investment is continuous with millions of Euros being spent in the next few years and the uplift is first class; modern, swift and well organised, with high speed chairs predominating. The snowmaking system is one of the best in the Dolomites and now covers about 80% of the system.

Everyone who skis here, whatever their standard, however much piste they are used to bashing, comes back with rave reports. Although the piste map covers only a medium sized area, it really is better than many household-name resorts costing considerably more and we have no hesitation in recommending it to practically everyone. There are miles of informally pisted skiing through the trees and some fabulous off-piste too. Beginners have excellent nursery areas in the village and also at the mid station where the snow is always good. Intermediates have plenty of excitement on the long reds and blues which are well worked out with no flat spots or unpleasant surprises. Advanced have fantastic off-piste and mogul runs on the high slopes above Fai as well as a brand new black run. You can buy an extension to Madonna di Campiglio and Folgarida by ski bus.

One of the nicest things about Andalo is the friendly village which has both character and life. You don't get high prices or blas service here. There's an original hamlet with a few rustic old farm buildings and the resort is just below, closer to the lifts. There are plenty of bars and non-ski activities. The horse-drawn sleigh rides through the woods are a special delight. All in all, we recommend it highly.

Large, friendly village with plenty of character. There's an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants and a fine sports complex. o sports centre (ice skating, swimming pool, amusement arcade, karaoke, disco); gymnasium, solarium, nightclub, Italian cinema, torchlit descents, 6 outdoor tennis courts, sleigh rides, tobogganing, horse-drawn sleigh rides, snowshoe walks with alpine guide, frozen waterfall climbing, cross-country skiing, tours of local wine cellars, doctor, pharmacy, bank, post office, tourist office, excellent ski hire, good public transport to Trento.

  • 1050m
  • Resort Altitude

  • 60km
  • Of Piste

  • 7km
  • Longest Run

  • 1
  • Draglifts
  • 19
  • Ski Lifts

  • 2125m
  • Highest Lift

  • 16
  • Chairlifts

  • 2
  • Cable-cars
  • Heated Outdoor Pool
  • Ice Rink
  • Traditional village resort
  • Lively après ski
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