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Valle d'Aosta - Vallée d'Aoste: Valtournenche - Sci, nebbia e neve
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Not always ski areas are sunny places. And not always you can ski at ease ... The 360 Photo shows a foggy and snowy day: apart the red coke and some flags, all is white, skiing is impossible. Only survival kit is a strong "grappa-schnapps" in the refuge.

The panorama was shot in Cime Bianche, a normally pleasant ski resort in the Alpine area of Matterhorn - Cervino. Valtournenche itself is a beautiful village in Aosta Valley, one small Italian region "embedded" in the West Alps.

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Uploaded: 30/03/2013
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: italia; italy; italie; valle; vallee; valley; aosta; aoste; cime bianche; valtournenche; ski; sci; winter; inverno; hiver; nebbia; fog; snow; neve; rifugio; refuge
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