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Sauze d'oulx

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Returned a week ago from Sauze. They have done well to hang on to the little snow they have. I think it must be the artificial snow that doesn't melt under sunlight.
However, apart from spending a day or so finding the icy areas to avoid, I must say the uplift system is still not up to the mark for an alpine resort. Closing some lifts to funnel everyone into Sportina for continued uphill travel and relying on two Pomas to get back from San Sicario is woeful.
James @ Sauzeonline paints an optimistic picture in his weekly reports and has informed us that a British company has taken ownership of the uplift system. Something has to be done there as over the last 10 years there have been changes but little improvement.
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I'd always assumed they were reluctant to invest more into the lift system due to the poor snow record
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
The company that ran it were loathe to invest. They kept on trying to cut costs, rather than invest, shrinking to ski area. They also only invested in the core areas of Sestriere and some Sauze, leaving outlying resorts to suffer.
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Icon are the company who have bought the Via Lattea area

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