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30 / 11 / 2017

The official opening day of the 2017/18 season is December 8th. Here in Sauze d’Oulx they are starting off on Friday by opening the main Sportinia chair and Rocce Nere. On Saturday and Sunday hopefully we’ll see the Clotes chair open along with Lago Nero, Bourget and the 2 chairs in the bowl, Chamonier and Colo, snow depending.

Until the 23rd December, during the week, we will only have Sportinia and Rocce Nere open with the other lifts mentioned above open at the weekends. From the 23rd the area should be fully open.

A new addition this season to Sauze is the Cote Faure chairlift. This starts at the top of the 2000 run and will take skiers up to the top of Moncrons. The old Moncrons drag lift has been retired. They have also built a new piste coming from the top of the chairlift. As soon as I can get up there with my Gopro I’ll bring you a video report from the area.

Unfortunately they have decided to only open this at weekends so if you’re coming out this winter bear that in mind and head over Saturday or Sunday.

Lift pass prices have largely remained the same as last season. More information on that can be found here https://www.sauzeonline.com/lift-pass-prices/

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Any chance of snow??? And if not can you give us a brief as to runs that are running thin. I know you have to sell it, but peeps have already booked and it would be good to know where the poor conditions are. James Thank in advance ⛷😎🙏

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