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Claviere on 19th Dec

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Hi Everyone,

Now that I have flights booked to Turin for 19th Dec , my next questions are where to go and where to stay? It has to be Italy this time for quarantine reasons.

So, initially thought Sestriere & Sauze D'Oulx.

Can anyone recommend a good place to stay there? And anywhere else to stay like Claviere, for example? I am looking for budget accommodation for 8 people.

By the way, is 19th Dec a concern for snow reliability?

Jon
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@jonnyboy9, I would say Claviere would be the best place as the snow is more reliable in Montgenevre/Claviere than Sauze early/late season. However if you ski in Montgenevre would you need to quarantine? (the quarantine is a bit bonkers really for international ski areas when people can move easily between two countries!) Claviere on its own would be a small area and it is a bit of a trek from there to Sauze/Sestriere.

I also think that it is too early to tell which countries quarantine will apply to by Christmas. I expect Italy will get added at some point under the current criteria. Then it will be a case of whether the government changes the criteria on applying FCDO restrictions and what rules other countries apply to us if we end up with higher numbers than them. Hopefully testing will improve and quarantine will be reduced.
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Well, we have free changes on flights up until 5th Dec. So, we do have options to delay if need be.
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How hard is it to go from Claviere to Sestriere?
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Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Clavier to Sestriere etc is a big down and up. You might do it once in a week but not regularly, too much faff at Cesana. There's a reasonable amount of skiing for one week Montgenevre\Claviere. You can also have a day in Serre Chevalier and I'd do that if I wanted to try a different resort
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