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The Alps are the highest and most extensive mountain range system that lies entirely in Europe, and stretching approximately 1,200 kilometres across eight Alpine countries: France, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany and Slovenia. Europe's highest mountain ranges—the Dolomites and the French, Swiss, and Savoy Alps—form Italy's borders on the north and west. On their snow-covered slopes are some of Europe's most famous ski resorts. At these high altitudes—more than a dozen peaks in the Dolomites alone exceed 3,000 meters—snow is almost certain from November through April, and the season is often longer.
The most skiable terrain and the broadest range of opportunities are in the Dolomites, where 12 major ski areas total more than 1,200 kilometers of ski trails. Whichever region you choose - the Dolomites, the Val d'Aosta (where Italy borders France and Switzerland), or the Savoy Alps west of Turin - you'll be rewarded with spectacular scenery and single ski runs that can take several hours, dropping from high in the mountains all the way into the resort town at the base. Find plenty of things to do in Italy in your off-slope time as well, and you'll find the cost of a vacation in Italy usually lower than at ski resorts in France or Switzerland.