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Asiago - Asiago Plateau

Vicenza, Italy

Asiago - Baita Valbella Ski Map

Asiago - Baita Valbella Ski Map
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The Asiago Plateau as the name probably indicates is a real haven in Italy for Nordic and Cross-Country skiing. Asiago is in the Italian Alpes. Asiago is a low ski resort with a village height of 1000m and with skiing being at relatively low altitude it can mean that snow coverage can be variable.

This pretty area is made of 8 villages and small towns with 15 small separate ski areas. The ski areas are more suited to beginners and intermediates and snowboarders may also enjoy the area. The largest of the ski areas is Verena 2000.

There are lots of bars and restaurants to enjoy in Asiago with a variety to suit all tastes and budgets. Some areas are better suited to Alpine skiing than others. The piste map we display here is for the Baita Valbella region. The Asiago area does have lifts which are spread out across a number of resorts and tend to be drags or carpets to assist Cross Country skiers. Across the region as a whole there is a real variety of runs and resorts. The resort would be best suited to those who also want to try Nordic or Cross Country skiing.

Size: Medium

67km

Resort Altitude: Low

992m

Ski Range

2020m
992m

Pistes Available

76

12242614

Lifts

40

32 drags
8 chairs
Opens 7.12.2020 to 29.3.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardSkatingHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

1

Transfer Information

Asiago

5km

Av. Transfer time

0hr

Venice

132km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

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The Asiago Plateau as the name probably indicates is a real haven in Italy for Nordic and Cross-Country skiing. Asiago is in the Italian Alpes. Asiago is a low ski resort with a village height of 1000m and with skiing being at relatively low altitude it can mean that snow coverage can be variable.

This pretty area is made of 8 villages and small towns with 15 small separate ski areas. The ski areas are more suited to beginners and intermediates and snowboarders may also enjoy the area. The largest of the ski areas is Verena 2000.

There are lots of bars and restaurants to enjoy in Asiago with a variety to suit all tastes and budgets. Some areas are better suited to Alpine skiing than others. The piste map we display here is for the Baita Valbella region. The Asiago area does have lifts which are spread out across a number of resorts and tend to be drags or carpets to assist Cross Country skiers. Across the region as a whole there is a real variety of runs and resorts. The resort would be best suited to those who also want to try Nordic or Cross Country skiing.