At the heart of the Piedmont Alps, at 1300 m above sea level, the ski resort of Bardonecchia has greatly expanded since it hosted the Olympic events in Turin in 2006. This pretty mountain village has succeeded in maintaining its traditional charm while implementing modern structures and quality services, whether sporting, cultural, customary, or techniques.
The ski resort of Bardonecchia, extensively refurbished for the Olympics totalling 100 km of pistes spread over 3 areas located between 1300 and 2800 m above sea level. The Colomion sector with its wide runs winding through the forest. The area of Jafferau, available 5 min from the centre of the resort by free shuttle is the high altitude sector. With descents from up to an altitude of 2800 m, it offers grand views along technical and beautiful off-piste runs. Finally, the area of Melezet offers access to the Bardonecchia snowpark served by a 4-seater chairlift. For expert level skiers, it is equipped with a 130 m long Olympic halfpipe. Burton Progression Park is itself dedicated to beginner level freestylers.
In the evening, the resort shows a different side, festive and friendly tables at the restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs. Concerts, exhibitions, and performances punctuate the life of Bardonecchia throughout the winter.
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