Best places to go snowboarding in Italy

#1. Livigno, Italy

With an amazing park, open terrain, legal and accessible off-piste, a warm Italian reception, and prices far cheaper than most other resorts in western Europe, Livigno is one excellent Italian job.

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#2. Val Gardena, Italy

Massive linked area, mostly excellent despite the many flat bits linking it all up. Must be the most beautiful area in the World

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#4. Passo Tonale , Italy

Some fine terrain, the best beginners resort in Italy.Limited for expert riders.

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#5. Canazei, Italy

Big linked area in Fassa Valley.

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#6. Pila, Italy

Great for intermediates and mixed groups

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#7. Courmayeur, Italy

Not a bad place, with some good carving but basic freeriding. Great for beginners apart from overcrowded novice slopes. Good local services.

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#8. La Thuile, Italy

An okay freeriders resort with some nice powder spots and trees to ride. Also good for carving but the slopes can be a bit tricky at the lower sections.

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#9. Cervinia, Italy

Amazing views of the Matterhorn and plenty of long easy and intermediate pistes but nothing hardcore, and mostly above tree level. Links up to Zermatt so plenty of terrain to explore.

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#10. Claviere, Italy

Old and traditional but an okay linked area.

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