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Aprica snow report

Last update: 09/03/2020

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Aprica


Aprica is one of the most famous ski resorts in Lombardy, thanks to its 50Km of slopes served by 22 ski lifts. You can ski from 2300m of altitude to 1100m, where the village is located. Even if it is not so high, the snow lasts longs, because of its northern exposure. It also enjoys a good snowmaking system and its ski lifts are becoming better and better. The ski area is divided in four interconnected zones: Barandello, with its 15Km of slopes served by a streamlined four-seat chairlift reaching about 2000m of altitude; then Palabione, where there are the…


Aprica is one of the most famous ski resorts in Lombardy, thanks to its 50Km of slopes served by 22 ski lifts. You can ski from 2300m of altitude to 1100m, where the village is located. Even if it is not so high, the snow lasts longs, because of its northern exposure. It also enjoys a good snowmaking system and its ski lifts are becoming better and better. The ski area is divided in four interconnected zones: Barandello, with its 15Km of slopes served by a streamlined four-seat chairlift reaching about 2000m of altitude; then Palabione, where there are the majority of ski lifts, with more than 20Km of slopes going down to the village from 2300m of altitude. Here, you will find the beautiful run called Dosso Pasò. The third area, Magnolta, hosts slopes reaching about 2100m of altitude, with a high-altitude connection to Palabione, called Granvia del Gallo; the Magnolta run is known for its difficulty and for the snow park. The Initial Park is a sport facility for snowboarders and free style skiers, and it is served by a platter lift lightened at night. The Campetti area, near the village, in the south, is a big ski school area, served by a web of platter lifts and magic carpets, and a chairlift. It is also an arriving point for the slopes coming from high up. Besides of alpine skiing, Aprica and the neighbouring areas hosts 17Km of runs for Nordic skiing, in Pian di Gembro, Trivigno and Magnolta, and they offer a wide range of ski mountaineering routes in the mountains around them, like Padrio, Zappello dell’Asino, or Bergamo Alps (0342 746113 [email protected]). Every year, at the end of February, it takes place the Stralunata, an alpine skiing run by night.

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Km OF TRACKS

24

blue

18

red

8

black

22 TOTAL FACILITIES

0

Ropeways

2

Cableways

0

Funiculars

6

Chair lifts

10

Skilifts

4

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