Grand Hotel La Torre

Via della Torre 4, Salice D'Ulzio, Piedmont, 10050, Italy | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Salice D'Ulzio

What I've learnt while staying in the French Alps

A travel blog entry by b_btravel


... It is an absolutely amazing experience. 5. It is possible to ride a small plastic toboggan down a mountain at high speed while it is snowing and live to tell the story. 6km, 60minutes and more laughter than you think your body is capable of. I have to say, my week at Val Thorens has been quite unbelievable. Our days have consisted of skiing down some of the most beautiful ...

Skiing Val Thorens

A travel blog entry by b_btravel


Exciting news!!!!!! I have finally tested out my new skis and they are awesome but apparently you can still end up as a snow ball even when you own awesome rainbow skis. So far my fall count is at 5 but nil injuries to date so going well. We are staying right on the ski slopes here in Val Thorens, you can see the lift from our room and it is literally ski in, ski out. It's quite amazing really. There are a so ...

Off to Les Menuires

A travel blog entry by ianpve


... Lake Geneva, to mountain views as we headed towards Les Menuires. Stopped at a service station for a short break. As it was named after the region, I had a panini Savoyard, ham and reblechon cheese, delicious but I'd forgotten how strong reblechon is. It's clear that there isn't as much snow as two years ago. But we arrived at Hotel Skilt in time to get our boots and ...

From Paradise to Heaven via Ireland

A travel blog entry by hicster


... of Puy-Saint-Andre, 2,950m above sea level. Not a road I would like to drive in winter. We wandered around the church and saw these graves. It would appear to be the custom for relatives to have plaques made, as well as a headstone. I don’t know whether this is true of all of France, or just this region. The village further around the hill, Puy-Saint-Pierre, had a better access road, but steeper streets in the village ...

Losing my religion

A travel blog entry by staciehall


... layers before recrossing the French border for the final climb. There is an old prison, L'exile, along this road - as we went past I wondered if they now use it to lock up sadistic race organisers. We kept the banter up in the bunch to keep spirits lifted, which was important as their was no support on the course during the 60km Italian section - no aid stations, support vehicles or volunteers. Only polizia ...


This resort, located on Via della Torre 4, Salice D'Ulzio, is near Pragelato and Via Vialattea.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel La Torre Salice D'Ulzio

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent