SEASON OPENING November 30th 2019
SKI PISTES
Photo by Eze Urrets

SKI SLOPES

A SLOPE FOR EVERY SKIER

Descend the full 1000 meters from Blesaccia peak. Ski freely down the wide Centrale. Enjoy the natural beauty of the Gessi and give in to your love of downhill adrenaline in the Zuelli walls.

Livigno resort boasts a massive 120 km of slopes: 26% blue ( easy), 57% red ( intermediate) and 17% black ( hard). In fact, its huge selection of runs is one of the reasons people keep coming back – you’d be hard-pressed to find this much skiing terrain at other resorts.

Carosello 3000

LENGHT
GAP
SLOPE
MAX SLOPE
CENTRALE
3380 m
771 m
23,41%
39,78%

CENTRALE

As the name suggests, this is one of the main runs at the resort. It starts at the top of the Carosello 3000 gondola and takes skiers almost 4 km down to the valley bottom. It starts off wide, with varying steepness, making for truly enjoyable skiing. After the Carosello 3000 mid-station, the features of Centrale change completely as it follows the route of the roads through the forest.

POLVERE
2355 m
531 m
23,86%
36,61%

POLVERE

Polvere offers guaranteed top snow conditions throughout the winter season, as well as amazing views across the whole of the Livigno Valley. Its wide, terraced slopes offer pro-skiers a special thrill, and are also a great place for beginners to tackle a more challenging descent.

AQUILA
488 m
108 m
21,91%
29,67%

AQUILA

Aquila is a connecting piste linking the top station of the Federia chairlift with the Polvere run. Although it’s not far from the resort’s other runs, it’s separated by an alpine ridge, giving skiers the brief sensation of being miles away from everything. The panoramic view across the Val del Canton is a real treat. Given its position, it's usually less frequented, giving the skier the pleasure of skiing completely by himself.

BABY
325 m
42 m
12,94%
29,40%

BABY

The Baby run starts at the top of the Carosello 3000 gondola. From here, skiers can choose either the Federia or Livigno Valley for their descent. To the left of the slope there is a fun area for kids and a small freestyle snowpark.

KL
170 m
39 m
24,00%
30,88%

KL

KL is a connecting piste linking the Federia and Baby Lac Salin chairlifts. It features a steep wall complete with speedometer.

LAC SALIN
841 m
169 m
20,61%
31,98%

LAC SALIN

The Lac Salin run starts about halfway down the Baby piste, heading into the Federia Valley where it joins the Federia run.

FEDERIA
1087 m
285 m
27,26%
37,48%

FEDERIA

Federia is a wide slope with a steady pitch that runs alongside the Federia ski lift. Like all the runs on this side of the valley, Federia is a north-facing slope offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. On the left of the Federia, there is the "Freeride Academy": an area left with fresh snow where people can approach freeride in safety.

SLALOM
601 m
157 m
27,07%
36,19%

SLALOM

Slalom is a wide piste with gentle counterslopes running alongside the Federia ski lift. Like all the Federia Valley runs, Slalom is a north-facing slope offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. This piste often features a giant slalom course that is open to everyone.

MAGU
699 m
182 m
27,28%
49,96%

MAGU

This is a wide run with a steady pitch that takes skiers into the heart of the Federia Valley with its breathtaking landscape through snowy peaks. Like all the Federia Valley runs, Magu is a north-facing slope, offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. Between the Magu and Federia runs lies the "Freeride Academy": an area left with fresh snow where people can approach freeride in safety.

GESSI
1705 m
283 m
16,58%
45,59%

GESSI

The Gessi run offers views across the breathtakingly unspoilt Federia Valley. In the upper part, easy and suitable also for not expert skiers, is the chance to unleash the creative streak having fun on many bumps and curves. On the other hand, the lower part presents a steep wall, where expert skiers can have fun tight turns and trying out some technique. this part is easily avoidable reconnecting to the lower part of the Federia slope. With great views and the chance to have fun and get creative, this is one of the best runs in the whole resort.

FEMMINILE
1535 m
447 m
26,32%
43,25%

FEMMINILE

The Femminile run can be reached from the top of the Blesaccia II chairlift, the highest skiable point in the whole resort. It starts off smooth and gentle, before steadily getting steeper and reaching a gradient of 56%, making it one of the most exciting runs in the area. At the bottom, the Femminile piste joins up with the Zuelli run, giving skiers the chance to descend all the way to the bottom of the mountain in one go.

ZUELLI
2641 m
865 m
28,02%
50,42%

ZUELLI

With the Blesaccia, Zuelli takes skiers directly from the top of the Livigno Mountain all the way to the bottom. It's placed on the left of the Blesaccia chairlift, and the descent offers wonderful views of the town against the backdrop of alpine peaks. Skiers can feel the thrill of making an almost 1000-metre descent all in one go. The famous final steep section is the icing on the cake, making this a top-notch technical run.

BLESACCIA
617 m
210 m
36,26%
42,10%

BLESACCIA

With Zuelli, Blesaccia takes skiers directly from the top of the Livigno Mountain all the way to the bottom. It's placed on the left of the Blesaccia chairlift and, for the first part, goes parallel to the Zuelli slope. It offers wonderful views of the town against the backdrop of alpine peaks. In the final part it gets narrower, here skiers can take a nice rithm and have fun on its sweet bumps.

VALLE
1083 m
307 m
29,83%
39,16%

VALLE

Valle is a great alternative for those who want a more thrilling descent from the top of the Fontane Vetta chairlift. The Valle run starts with a great steep section that ends in a bowl before heading towards the Blesaccia run.

LENGHT
GAP
SLOPE
MAX SLOPE
CENTRALE
3380 m
771 m
23,41%
39,78%

CENTRALE

As the name suggests, this is one of the main runs at the resort. It starts at the top of the Carosello 3000 gondola and takes skiers almost 4 km down to the valley bottom. It starts off wide, with varying steepness, making for truly enjoyable skiing. After the Carosello 3000 mid-station, the features of Centrale change completely as it follows the route of the roads through the forest.

POLVERE
2355 m
531 m
23,86%
36,61%

POLVERE

Polvere offers guaranteed top snow conditions throughout the winter season, as well as amazing views across the whole of the Livigno Valley. Its wide, terraced slopes offer pro-skiers a special thrill, and are also a great place for beginners to tackle a more challenging descent.

AQUILA
488 m
108 m
21,91%
29,67%

AQUILA

Aquila is a connecting piste linking the top station of the Federia chairlift with the Polvere run. Although it’s not far from the resort’s other runs, it’s separated by an alpine ridge, giving skiers the brief sensation of being miles away from everything. The panoramic view across the Val del Canton is a real treat. Given its position, it's usually less frequented, giving the skier the pleasure of skiing completely by himself.

BABY
325 m
42 m
12,94%
29,40%

BABY

The Baby run starts at the top of the Carosello 3000 gondola. From here, skiers can choose either the Federia or Livigno Valley for their descent. To the left of the slope there is a fun area for kids and a small freestyle snowpark.

KL
170 m
39 m
24,00%
30,88%

KL

KL is a connecting piste linking the Federia and Baby Lac Salin chairlifts. It features a steep wall complete with speedometer.

LAC SALIN
841 m
169 m
20,61%
31,98%

LAC SALIN

The Lac Salin run starts about halfway down the Baby piste, heading into the Federia Valley where it joins the Federia run.

FEDERIA
1087 m
285 m
27,26%
37,48%

FEDERIA

Federia is a wide slope with a steady pitch that runs alongside the Federia ski lift. Like all the runs on this side of the valley, Federia is a north-facing slope offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. On the left of the Federia, there is the "Freeride Academy": an area left with fresh snow where people can approach freeride in safety.

SLALOM
601 m
157 m
27,07%
36,19%

SLALOM

Slalom is a wide piste with gentle counterslopes running alongside the Federia ski lift. Like all the Federia Valley runs, Slalom is a north-facing slope offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. This piste often features a giant slalom course that is open to everyone.

MAGU
699 m
182 m
27,28%
49,96%

MAGU

This is a wide run with a steady pitch that takes skiers into the heart of the Federia Valley with its breathtaking landscape through snowy peaks. Like all the Federia Valley runs, Magu is a north-facing slope, offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. Between the Magu and Federia runs lies the "Freeride Academy": an area left with fresh snow where people can approach freeride in safety.

GESSI
1705 m
283 m
16,58%
45,59%

GESSI

The Gessi run offers views across the breathtakingly unspoilt Federia Valley. In the upper part, easy and suitable also for not expert skiers, is the chance to unleash the creative streak having fun on many bumps and curves. On the other hand, the lower part presents a steep wall, where expert skiers can have fun tight turns and trying out some technique. this part is easily avoidable reconnecting to the lower part of the Federia slope. With great views and the chance to have fun and get creative, this is one of the best runs in the whole resort.

FEMMINILE
1535 m
447 m
26,32%
43,25%

FEMMINILE

The Femminile run can be reached from the top of the Blesaccia II chairlift, the highest skiable point in the whole resort. It starts off smooth and gentle, before steadily getting steeper and reaching a gradient of 56%, making it one of the most exciting runs in the area. At the bottom, the Femminile piste joins up with the Zuelli run, giving skiers the chance to descend all the way to the bottom of the mountain in one go.

ZUELLI
2641 m
865 m
28,02%
50,42%

ZUELLI

With the Blesaccia, Zuelli takes skiers directly from the top of the Livigno Mountain all the way to the bottom. It's placed on the left of the Blesaccia chairlift, and the descent offers wonderful views of the town against the backdrop of alpine peaks. Skiers can feel the thrill of making an almost 1000-metre descent all in one go. The famous final steep section is the icing on the cake, making this a top-notch technical run.

BLESACCIA
617 m
210 m
36,26%
42,10%

BLESACCIA

With Zuelli, Blesaccia takes skiers directly from the top of the Livigno Mountain all the way to the bottom. It's placed on the left of the Blesaccia chairlift and, for the first part, goes parallel to the Zuelli slope. It offers wonderful views of the town against the backdrop of alpine peaks. In the final part it gets narrower, here skiers can take a nice rithm and have fun on its sweet bumps.

VALLE
1083 m
307 m
29,83%
39,16%

VALLE

Valle is a great alternative for those who want a more thrilling descent from the top of the Fontane Vetta chairlift. The Valle run starts with a great steep section that ends in a bowl before heading towards the Blesaccia run.

LENGHT
GAP
SLOPE
MAX SLOPE
CENTRALE
3380 m
771 m
23,41%
39,78%

CENTRALE

As the name suggests, this is one of the main runs at the resort. It starts at the top of the Carosello 3000 gondola and takes skiers almost 4 km down to the valley bottom. It starts off wide, with varying steepness, making for truly enjoyable skiing. After the Carosello 3000 mid-station, the features of Centrale change completely as it follows the route of the roads through the forest.

POLVERE
2355 m
531 m
23,86%
36,61%

POLVERE

Polvere offers guaranteed top snow conditions throughout the winter season, as well as amazing views across the whole of the Livigno Valley. Its wide, terraced slopes offer pro-skiers a special thrill, and are also a great place for beginners to tackle a more challenging descent.

AQUILA
488 m
108 m
21,91%
29,67%

AQUILA

Aquila is a connecting piste linking the top station of the Federia chairlift with the Polvere run. Although it’s not far from the resort’s other runs, it’s separated by an alpine ridge, giving skiers the brief sensation of being miles away from everything. The panoramic view across the Val del Canton is a real treat. Given its position, it's usually less frequented, giving the skier the pleasure of skiing completely by himself.

BABY
325 m
42 m
12,94%
29,40%

BABY

The Baby run starts at the top of the Carosello 3000 gondola. From here, skiers can choose either the Federia or Livigno Valley for their descent. To the left of the slope there is a fun area for kids and a small freestyle snowpark.

KL
170 m
39 m
24,00%
30,88%

KL

KL is a connecting piste linking the Federia and Baby Lac Salin chairlifts. It features a steep wall complete with speedometer.

LAC SALIN
841 m
169 m
20,61%
31,98%

LAC SALIN

The Lac Salin run starts about halfway down the Baby piste, heading into the Federia Valley where it joins the Federia run.

FEDERIA
1087 m
285 m
27,26%
37,48%

FEDERIA

Federia is a wide slope with a steady pitch that runs alongside the Federia ski lift. Like all the runs on this side of the valley, Federia is a north-facing slope offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. On the left of the Federia, there is the "Freeride Academy": an area left with fresh snow where people can approach freeride in safety.

SLALOM
601 m
157 m
27,07%
36,19%

SLALOM

Slalom is a wide piste with gentle counterslopes running alongside the Federia ski lift. Like all the Federia Valley runs, Slalom is a north-facing slope offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. This piste often features a giant slalom course that is open to everyone.

MAGU
699 m
182 m
27,28%
49,96%

MAGU

This is a wide run with a steady pitch that takes skiers into the heart of the Federia Valley with its breathtaking landscape through snowy peaks. Like all the Federia Valley runs, Magu is a north-facing slope, offering excellent snow conditions throughout the winter. Between the Magu and Federia runs lies the "Freeride Academy": an area left with fresh snow where people can approach freeride in safety.

GESSI
1705 m
283 m
16,58%
45,59%

GESSI

The Gessi run offers views across the breathtakingly unspoilt Federia Valley. In the upper part, easy and suitable also for not expert skiers, is the chance to unleash the creative streak having fun on many bumps and curves. On the other hand, the lower part presents a steep wall, where expert skiers can have fun tight turns and trying out some technique. this part is easily avoidable reconnecting to the lower part of the Federia slope. With great views and the chance to have fun and get creative, this is one of the best runs in the whole resort.

FEMMINILE
1535 m
447 m
26,32%
43,25%

FEMMINILE

The Femminile run can be reached from the top of the Blesaccia II chairlift, the highest skiable point in the whole resort. It starts off smooth and gentle, before steadily getting steeper and reaching a gradient of 56%, making it one of the most exciting runs in the area. At the bottom, the Femminile piste joins up with the Zuelli run, giving skiers the chance to descend all the way to the bottom of the mountain in one go.

ZUELLI
2641 m
865 m
28,02%
50,42%

ZUELLI

With the Blesaccia, Zuelli takes skiers directly from the top of the Livigno Mountain all the way to the bottom. It's placed on the left of the Blesaccia chairlift, and the descent offers wonderful views of the town against the backdrop of alpine peaks. Skiers can feel the thrill of making an almost 1000-metre descent all in one go. The famous final steep section is the icing on the cake, making this a top-notch technical run.

BLESACCIA
617 m
210 m
36,26%
42,10%

BLESACCIA

With Zuelli, Blesaccia takes skiers directly from the top of the Livigno Mountain all the way to the bottom. It's placed on the left of the Blesaccia chairlift and, for the first part, goes parallel to the Zuelli slope. It offers wonderful views of the town against the backdrop of alpine peaks. In the final part it gets narrower, here skiers can take a nice rithm and have fun on its sweet bumps.

VALLE
1083 m
307 m
29,83%
39,16%

VALLE

Valle is a great alternative for those who want a more thrilling descent from the top of the Fontane Vetta chairlift. The Valle run starts with a great steep section that ends in a bowl before heading towards the Blesaccia run.



Sitas Spa

LENGHT
GAP
SLOPE
MAX SLOPE
COSTACCIA
1328 m
339 m
25,48%
44,50%

COSTACCIA

Costaccia begins at the Costaccia Hut, at the top of the cableway Livigno Centro. It's the easier variant of the Natale slope. It starts off pretty steep, before becoming gentler as it guides skiers into a more relaxing area of woodland. This is a run to really savour and offers the benefit of being a high-altitude piste that can be skied in any conditions.

NATALE
297 m
108 m
34,48%
41,40%

NATALE

The Natale slope begins at the Costaccia Hut (on the right of its easier variant Costaccia). It starts off steep, with a technical wall, before becoming gentler and joining the Costaccia slope in the woods.

BELLA VISTA
2820 m
398 m
14,13%
41,80%

BELLA VISTA

Bellavista is a blue run suitable fot beginners, with an incredible view across the valley. Iit starts from the top of the Vetta chairlift and it ends at the Costaccia hut. It offers one of the best panoramas of the resort, with a backdrop of Livigno Lake and the rocky peaks of Monte Cassa del Ferro.

CUNA BELLA
208 m
60 m
28,89%
39,20%

CUNA BELLA

A short variant that departs from the Bellavista run and takes skiers into a wonderful bowl overlooking the start of the Federia Valley and the Calcheira Bassa freeride area. It joins up with the Costaccia run.

CROCE VALANDREA
841 m
176 m
20,97%
41,10%

CROCE VALANDREA

The best feature of this piste is the spectacular steep section where expert skiers can perfecting their technique. The Croce slope starts on the right of the Costaccia hut and take its name from the crucifix placed next to the slope, overlooking the entire valley. Precise turns and speed control make for maximum enjoyment of this run.

LARICI
531 m
164 m
36,64%
50,70%

LARICI

The best feature of this piste is the spectacular steep section that lead to the mid-station of the Livigno Centro gondola. This slope is just after the Croce piste, here is where skiers can really work on perfecting their technique. Precise turns and speed control make for maximum enjoyment of this run.

LE ZETE
676 m
200 m
29,56%
33,80%

LE ZETE

Le Zete starts from the middle-station of the Livigno centro gondola and ends at the village. It's main feature is the width, which enable skiers to have fun with big curves. It's quite steep, and offers a gorgeous panoramic view over the houses of Livigno, including some old traditional rural homes.

RIN (FONTANE)
1192 m
332 m
27,82%
38,70%

RIN (FONTANE)

Rin is the name of the slopes that follow the route of the Fontane Vetta ski lift. The two sides are very different (and both worth trying out), with sections of varying steepness, bumps, dips and a bird’s eye view of the town of Livigno.

LENGHT
GAP
SLOPE
MAX SLOPE
COSTACCIA
1328 m
339 m
25,48%
44,50%

COSTACCIA

Costaccia begins at the Costaccia Hut, at the top of the cableway Livigno Centro. It's the easier variant of the Natale slope. It starts off pretty steep, before becoming gentler as it guides skiers into a more relaxing area of woodland. This is a run to really savour and offers the benefit of being a high-altitude piste that can be skied in any conditions.

NATALE
297 m
108 m
34,48%
41,40%

NATALE

The Natale slope begins at the Costaccia Hut (on the right of its easier variant Costaccia). It starts off steep, with a technical wall, before becoming gentler and joining the Costaccia slope in the woods.

BELLA VISTA
2820 m
398 m
14,13%
41,80%

BELLA VISTA

Bellavista is a blue run suitable fot beginners, with an incredible view across the valley. Iit starts from the top of the Vetta chairlift and it ends at the Costaccia hut. It offers one of the best panoramas of the resort, with a backdrop of Livigno Lake and the rocky peaks of Monte Cassa del Ferro.

CUNA BELLA
208 m
60 m
28,89%
39,20%

CUNA BELLA

A short variant that departs from the Bellavista run and takes skiers into a wonderful bowl overlooking the start of the Federia Valley and the Calcheira Bassa freeride area. It joins up with the Costaccia run.

CROCE VALANDREA
841 m
176 m
20,97%
41,10%

CROCE VALANDREA

The best feature of this piste is the spectacular steep section where expert skiers can perfecting their technique. The Croce slope starts on the right of the Costaccia hut and take its name from the crucifix placed next to the slope, overlooking the entire valley. Precise turns and speed control make for maximum enjoyment of this run.

LARICI
531 m
164 m
36,64%
50,70%

LARICI

The best feature of this piste is the spectacular steep section that lead to the mid-station of the Livigno Centro gondola. This slope is just after the Croce piste, here is where skiers can really work on perfecting their technique. Precise turns and speed control make for maximum enjoyment of this run.

LE ZETE
676 m
200 m
29,56%
33,80%

LE ZETE

Le Zete starts from the middle-station of the Livigno centro gondola and ends at the village. It's main feature is the width, which enable skiers to have fun with big curves. It's quite steep, and offers a gorgeous panoramic view over the houses of Livigno, including some old traditional rural homes.

RIN (FONTANE)
1192 m
332 m
27,82%
38,70%

RIN (FONTANE)

Rin is the name of the slopes that follow the route of the Fontane Vetta ski lift. The two sides are very different (and both worth trying out), with sections of varying steepness, bumps, dips and a bird’s eye view of the town of Livigno.

LENGHT
GAP
SLOPE
MAX SLOPE
COSTACCIA
1328 m
339 m
25,48%
44,50%

COSTACCIA

Costaccia begins at the Costaccia Hut, at the top of the cableway Livigno Centro. It's the easier variant of the Natale slope. It starts off pretty steep, before becoming gentler as it guides skiers into a more relaxing area of woodland. This is a run to really savour and offers the benefit of being a high-altitude piste that can be skied in any conditions.

NATALE
297 m
108 m
34,48%
41,40%

NATALE

The Natale slope begins at the Costaccia Hut (on the right of its easier variant Costaccia). It starts off steep, with a technical wall, before becoming gentler and joining the Costaccia slope in the woods.

BELLA VISTA
2820 m
398 m
14,13%
41,80%

BELLA VISTA

Bellavista is a blue run suitable fot beginners, with an incredible view across the valley. Iit starts from the top of the Vetta chairlift and it ends at the Costaccia hut. It offers one of the best panoramas of the resort, with a backdrop of Livigno Lake and the rocky peaks of Monte Cassa del Ferro.

CUNA BELLA
208 m
60 m
28,89%
39,20%

CUNA BELLA

A short variant that departs from the Bellavista run and takes skiers into a wonderful bowl overlooking the start of the Federia Valley and the Calcheira Bassa freeride area. It joins up with the Costaccia run.

CROCE VALANDREA
841 m
176 m
20,97%
41,10%

CROCE VALANDREA

The best feature of this piste is the spectacular steep section where expert skiers can perfecting their technique. The Croce slope starts on the right of the Costaccia hut and take its name from the crucifix placed next to the slope, overlooking the entire valley. Precise turns and speed control make for maximum enjoyment of this run.

LARICI
531 m
164 m
36,64%
50,70%

LARICI

The best feature of this piste is the spectacular steep section that lead to the mid-station of the Livigno Centro gondola. This slope is just after the Croce piste, here is where skiers can really work on perfecting their technique. Precise turns and speed control make for maximum enjoyment of this run.

LE ZETE
676 m
200 m
29,56%
33,80%

LE ZETE

Le Zete starts from the middle-station of the Livigno centro gondola and ends at the village. It's main feature is the width, which enable skiers to have fun with big curves. It's quite steep, and offers a gorgeous panoramic view over the houses of Livigno, including some old traditional rural homes.

RIN (FONTANE)
1192 m
332 m
27,82%
38,70%

RIN (FONTANE)

Rin is the name of the slopes that follow the route of the Fontane Vetta ski lift. The two sides are very different (and both worth trying out), with sections of varying steepness, bumps, dips and a bird’s eye view of the town of Livigno.



The Hero Slopes are the most iconic slopes of the ski area. They are different in characteristics and difficulties, but in each one, for different reasons, the skiers can feel unique emotions. You just need to find your favourite one.

Julian Giacomelli
Tips&Tricks

BY JULIAN GIACOMELLI
(LOCAL PRO-SKIER)
The Blesaccia-Zuelli piste offers the only direct top to bottom run of the mountain. That's a non-stop 1000-metre descent. The final wall is truly epic.
Because they are north-facing, the Federia slopes have the best snow conditions in the whole resort. You can easily ski there even in late May, and the scenery is amazing.
If you're a pro-skier, try the Croce and Larici slopes that come down from Costaccia. There are two steep walls where you can really work on perfecting your technique. The Polvere slope is also great for thrill-seeking pros.
On the opposite side of the valley, the Natale run is super scenic. Here you can get a view of the whole of the Livigno valley covered in snow before you disappear into the silence of the forest.
The pistes from the Vetta chairlift (no.28) are perfect if you are out with family and kids. You get the great feeling of being high up the mountain but the slopes are wide and gentle. And at the bottom there's the Costaccia Hut.
If it looks cloudy when you wake up, check the webcams straight away. You might be lucky enough to ski above the clouds.
If you want an extra taste of what's on offer, check out my videos in the “5 Hero Slopes of Carosello 3000” article. See you in Livigno!
Julian Giacomelli
Tips&Tricks

BY JULIAN GIACOMELLI
(LOCAL PRO-SKIER)
What people say

  • Amazing and breathtaking views from the top. Well groomed slopes and good off piste opportunities.
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  • Carosello 3000 means greatly prepared ski slopes and fabulous views of the Italian mountains.
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  • Spectacular views from the lift which delivered us to heaven.
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