This is really our favorite place. Most of the people stay in Alpe Cermis, but the quaility of the slopes here is much more better and what is important there is much less people. Other things are same for Italy - perfect snow, sunny weather, plenty of restaurants and great skiing opportunities.
We visited this ski area for the day from Passo San Pellegrino and found it very enjoyable. We had a mix of intermediate and advanced skiers in our group and there were runs for all of us. There is a particularly challenging black run, which as an intermediate skier I also enjoyed. Great views of the area from the top... 更多
Well, we were badly surprised by the money collection of ski bus drivers, first time I have ever met something like that, very disappointing, we had combined ski-passes for whole area (Alpe Lusia - San Pellegrino). There is no advantage to buy Alpe Lusia - San Pellegrino 6 day ski-pass, there is no on ski connection between the two areas,... 更多
Alpe Lusia offers a variety of nice slopes from black to green - most red or blue. Many good places to eat and drink!
This is a great place, especially for the beginners. I found the slopes of Lusia just perfect to improve my skiing technique. The quality of artificial snow was excellent and even in a sunny warm day the conditions were just perfect!
This season was exceptionally warm with +3 to +6 degrees on the pistes. Snow was artificial but it was good enough. There are many coaches for individual or group lessons. Two of us were beginners and one was intermediate. The "maestri" are nice, patient and very professional. Most of them can speak English. The views of Dolomiti are stunning. Not... 更多
Great cable car and walked through woods to the quirky restaurant of Rifugia Larezila where we ate pasta with wild boar ragu- delicious.