Sorry for my english.
What are you looking for? If you are looking for a 4 day of hard skiing in worderful winter snow Val Senales is the perfect choose. The resort has a 1200m of vertical drop and all slopes are over 2000 m. The whether in march will be perfect, not too cold, probably sunny and without crowded slopes. Cons are that the resort is quite small, far from other resorts (the nearest maybe is Merano 2000).
i know about Livingo...but i will go to Munchen and then by car...i prefer somewhere in S.Tirol....
i didnt find other alternatives..
i want to find:
- good snow-conditions
- not over crowded
- blue slopes (i will go with my wife)
- not so expensive...
if you have anything else in mind, then...
In Italy (but it's not "real Italy"... more "german" than "italy") you can see Resia, San Valentino alla Muta , Maseben in Val Venosta; also Vipiteno (with Racines) or Bressanone (with Plose), a few km near the highway . German language here is more frequent than Italian ... In Alta Valtellina (BORMIO-LIVIGNO) you can find 100% "italia" (and very good italian ltipical food such as pizzoccheri, sciatt, bresaola, polenta, local cheese, good wine)
Garmisch dont have enougl blue slopes...
the resort in Val Venosta you think will have good snow conditions during March?
You can find optimal snow condition in March at Livigno (free-tax resort, ideal for shopping) , Bormio (with 3 thermal alternatives, very good for women ...) , La Thuile (near Courmayeur) and Valtournanche-Cervinia-Zermatt ; I think that these resorts are better than Val Senales, with same quality of snow (bigger, with several easy slopes, and more interesting for after-skiing).
We want your photos and your detailed report !!!
Welcome in Italy
yeap...all these are better than Val Senales but far away from Munchen airport...
i prefer to go to Italy for skiing, but somewhere near Austria with easy access with car...somewhere near Bolzano