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Get a guide.
The site has links to them.

On the non-skiing note:
That part of Italy has incredible food, and you won't find many
restaurants in the US that serve it.  Think porcini.
The local apre ski drink is named for the vessel it comes in a "grola".
Hot mulled wine, and other things, in a multi-spouted, usually wood,
pot/container.  You pour directly into your mouth.  Usually consumed by
a group.
The top wines there are from Piedemonte.  Barolo and Barbaresco beign
the top ones.

Dillon, Bob wrote:

>Alagna it is.
>
>check out:  http://www.alagna.it/lifts/lifts.htm and then click on off-piste
>skiing, then click technical description.
>
>any skivt-l'rs been there?  any advice or recommendations would be
>appreciated.
>
>Bob
>
>
>

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