Sauze d’Oulx – Summer Events 2020

From mid-June to early September Sauze has a host of events for all the family, from summer markets to guided walks, music concerts to sports events and much more.

Sestriere: motorbike tourism restarts from the 2000 meters of the Colle with “In Moto Oltre le Nuvole”

Everything is ready at Colle del Sestriere to host the eighth edition of “In Moto Oltre le Nuvole” on 26, 27 and 28 June with guided tours on the 700 km of ex-military roads at high altitude of the Vialattea Olympic mountains, among the valleys of Susa and Chisone Valley.

How summer 2020 will be like at the Hotel Etoile des Neiges

While you are thinking about holidays, we have organized ourselves to make you live in total relaxation and safety!

It doesn’t seem true, but we can finally reopen and we have decided on a date! If there are no other news, we will open on June 26 in total safety.

#istayathome ..but when the COVID-19 emergency will be over, how many things I will do and see in Valle di Susa!

In these difficult days, we at the Hotel Etoile des Neiges also recommend everyone to stay at home!
But, if you want some suggestions about something nice to do while you are at home, we suggest you to explore the beauty of the Valle di Susa and its surrounding areas.

Sauze d’Oulx – Summer Events 2019

From mid-June to early September Sauze has a host of events for all the family from summer markets to guided walks, music concerts to sports events and much more.

The classic Mount Chaberton Skyrace will be back in 2019

Sunday 30 June at 9.00 am the Skyrace will start from piazza Europa in Cesana Torinese, which is part of the Skyrunner® Italy Series, the most important circuit in Italy and the most important tool to promote Skyrunning in Italy.

Sauze d’Oulx on Lonely Planet: among the best low cost ski resorts in Europe

After having elected Piedmont as the first region in the world to visit in 2019, Lonely Planet Italy puts Sauze d’Oulx among the best-priced ski resorts in Europe.

Alta Valsusa, in spring the Saracen gallery reopens

A few years ago, on these pages, I would recite the de profundis for the Seguret gallery (or the Saracens) and the military route 79 of the Pramand. It had just been closed to transit by the Turin Military Engineers Command, because it threatened to crash, with serious damage to the transit of cars, motorcycles or pedestrians. There was the threat – real, it was not just a rumor – that the military, then owners of the rolling stock, wanted to close the tunnel forever by making it shine with the mines. Thus protecting itself from any responsibility.