"To fill out my section on Italy, I have chosen two ski resorts that are not at all as large or famous as the Dolomite and Via Lattea ski areas. Alagna Valsesia cannot compete with its neighbors in number of lifts, but it does have a 2069-meter lift-served vertical drop, placing it among the top ten in the world in that category. It is a picturesque village, built in the shadow of Monte Rosa and linked with the villages of Gressoney and Champoluc. Alagna is an unusual ski area with almost no pistes and very steep terrain, quite in keeping with the most recent direction of the ski world toward extremism."
Moet wel een goed boek zijn.
(maar de wePowder Guide the Alps kan het vast toppen, of niet @meteomorris