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What do you think about Macugnaga?
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Was there when there was some snow v 6 2016. Monte Moro was closed unfortunately and Belvedere was nothing to brag about. Great food and cheap accommodation. If it dumps, Monte Moro can be an alternative otherwise it is probably the summer that applies.

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Hi, because nobody wrote anything, I thought I'd fill up with some info about Macugnaga, pronounced Macunjaga.
The village is not different nearby villages, type Alagna, quiet places where skiing is in the center, here it is DEATH after 6 o'clock.
Macugnaga has two different mountains, Mont Moro with cable car up on a plateau which gives 1200 meters of high altitude, well-prepared slopes, not much opportunity for off-piste dock, even for V3 2106 when there was some snow. The cable car is open only on the weekend certain periods of the year.
The second mountain Belverde has a chairlift that takes a first 300 meters and then another 300 meters. the upper part has only black runs. The lifts over the track are no further, the gondola swings a lot, and the seat lifts are completely steel, even the sitting area, cold !!
As you walk off the seat rails at Belverdetoppen, Monte Rosa massages 2500 meters as a wall of ice and granite, powerful, up to the highest Dufour peak at 4634.
The ride is good but not more, the food cheap both in the village and in the hill. The village's specialty is Pasta Macugnaga which is a variant of carbonara, very good.
So, OK ride, cash lift, good and cheap food and cheap accommodation.
Imagine it's better in summer for those who like to hike.


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