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Italian ski area set for revamp
Wednesday, 04 July 2007




The Dolomiti ski area is to undergo a series of refurbishments, it has been revealed.
Under the move, a number of new lifts and runs will be added to ski and snowboard resorts throughout the Italian region, reports First Tracks.
A covered detachable quad chairlift will be added at Cortina d'Ampezzo, replacing the Taiarezze-Fedo.
Meanwhile, the Larchen lift at Alta Pusteria will be renovated with a new freeride slope added in the Monte Baranci sector. The resort will also receive a new eight-passenger gondola at the Croda Rossa.
All the improvements are scheduled for completion by the beginning of the 2007-08 ski and snowboard season.
The Val di Fiemme/Obereggen resort is to extend the Prafiori and Salera slopes and introduce new snowmaking technology.
Meanwhile, it has recently been revealed that the Swiss ski resort of Grindelwald is set to receive a welcome a new six-seater chair.
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