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Pescasseroli - Pescasseroli

Abruzzo, Italy

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Pescasseroli ski resort is a small ski area with 15 runs in total that wind down through the quiet and picturesque resort nestled in the heart of the Province of L'Aquila, Italy. It is located near the pretty town of Pescasseroli which dates back to the 11th Century giving it, and the nearby ski resort, a feeling of culture and history. The resort is quite low down compared to other resorts in Italy, but the off piste skiing is still available and is recommended given that there are only around 8km of pisted runs. The ‘Vallone’ blue ski run is one of the longer runs as it cuts down the valley with trees on either side. In terms of snow conditions, due to the sheltered nature of the ski resort the snow is generally reliable which means that the resort is open for a reasonably long time in ski season terms. The resort is only 1.5 hours from the coastal town of Pescara which does have a small airport. Otherwise, Rome is another good option for transport. There is parking available near the ski resort, although this can get busy when ski conditions are good so be careful when planning your trip here.

Size: Small

9km

Resort Altitude: Low

1240m

Ski Range

1940m
1240m

Pistes Available

15

0663

Lifts

5

2 drags
3 chairs
Opens 21.12.2020 to 29.03.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Transfer Information

Rome

144km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

Naples

157km

Av. Transfer time

2.5hr

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Pescasseroli ski resort is a small ski area with 15 runs in total that wind down through the quiet and picturesque resort nestled in the heart of the Province of L'Aquila, Italy. It is located near the pretty town of Pescasseroli which dates back to the 11th Century giving it, and the nearby ski resort, a feeling of culture and history. The resort is quite low down compared to other resorts in Italy, but the off piste skiing is still available and is recommended given that there are only around 8km of pisted runs. The ‘Vallone’ blue ski run is one of the longer runs as it cuts down the valley with trees on either side. In terms of snow conditions, due to the sheltered nature of the ski resort the snow is generally reliable which means that the resort is open for a reasonably long time in ski season terms. The resort is only 1.5 hours from the coastal town of Pescara which does have a small airport. Otherwise, Rome is another good option for transport. There is parking available near the ski resort, although this can get busy when ski conditions are good so be careful when planning your trip here.