Livigno, Italy’s tax–free ski resort in northern Lombardy, is opening its crosscountry ski track. With snow falls and low temperatures, the three kilometre freestyle track is already available for warm-up sessions and training before the real ski season starts.
Livigno’s ski season traditionally starts every year with the famous “Sgambeda” cross–country ski festival, now in its 20th edition, and this year the slopes should open on December 11.
For children there is the “Minisgambeda” event. For details on hotels and shopping in Livigno, see the Livigno.
it site, for detailed information on ski passes and ski slopes, see the skipassLivigno. com site.
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