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Advice - Where to go from Milan next week

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Good evening,

I'm trying to decide where to go from Milan next week. In January and February I was all over the forecasts like a tramp's dug eating beetroot chips. I could have told you the snow depths in 99% of Austrian resorts.

I took my eye off the snowball as I thought I wasn't going back to the mountains. I understand there was a period of extreme meltyness in February.

Where is in good nic that I can reach from Milan? I don't mind hoofing it on the Italian railways all the way to Austria.

Any advice much appreciated.

Cheers

El Esquiador
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Hire a car and head up to Switzerland? Flims/Laax, Davos. Good snow up that way. St Moritz? Or Bormio? The Dolomites? Never flown to Milan for skiing so can't help much more than that I'm afraid. I wouldn't worry too much about lack of snow anywhere just now but you haven't really said what you're after so might explain lack of feedback?
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Passo tonale/ponte Di legno is a brilliant area. Good slopes, modern lifts. and if the weather is no good it has a glacier.

Drive from Milan isn't too long or complex plus very scenic
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@sean1967, piste or off piste? It’s warm so go high. Klosters/Davos got puked on. Zermatt is great and very high or Cervinia for the easier access and cheaper Italian prices. Big French resorts also looking in good nick...
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Thanks for the info. I'm on piste only.
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Cervinia is looking decent, I might head there.
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Valtournenche is a good alternative place to stay and still ski Cervinia/Zermatt.
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