Those who think winter is sad have never been skiing in Emilia Romagna!
Here it is easy to spend a few hours having fun on the snow. From Piacenza to Forlì there are 18 ski resorts, an imaginary 250 km long run for your most loved sports. Healthy, safe and accessible fun: blocked skipass prices, special deals, lots and lots of snow....and more!
THE WHITE MAGIC OF THE APENNINES
All the ski resorts in the Apennines, from Piacenza to Forlì; an imaginary 250 km long run with state-of-the-art facilities, improved snow guns, wider runs and many other activities for adults and children as well as skiing. From the snowpark to snowkiting and snowboarding, from snow rackets to Nordic walking...followed by a rest in the lovely mountain lodges; there is everything you need for an all-round enjoyable experience on the snow.
Piacenza Apennines: Penice Pass 1150 - 1450 m
The Penice Pass skiing district is on the slopes of Mount Penice between the municipalities of Monconico and Bobbio. It offers runs of different levels of difficulty.
Parma Apennines: Lagdei Lagosanto 1257 - 1525 m
Against the beautiful backdrop of Parco dei Cento Laghi the Lagdei Lago Santo resort is at the heart of a wonderful natural environment.
Piane di Mocogno
Modena Apennines, Piane di Mocogno - cross-country skiing
Eight loops for over 45 km of trails on average ten metres wide are groomed for both techniques (classic and skating). There are over 25 km of snow racket trails.
Reggio Emilia Apennines, Pratizzano
This ski resort is dedicated to cross-country skiing with a network of tracks to satisfy even the most expert cross-country skiers. Pratizzano is the undisputed capital of cross-country skiing.
Mountain Community of the Reggio Emilia Apennines
Between Cisa Pass and Forbici Pass the wood covered ridges that separate Tuscany from Emilia give way to a true mountain environment.
The Mountain Community of Frignano
The Mountain Community of Frignano includes 10 municipalities of the Modena Apennines: Pavullo nel Frignano, Fanano, Fiumalbo, Lama Mocogno, Montecreto, Pievepelago, Polinago, Riolunato, Serramazzoni, and Sestola