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Pescocostanzo - Pescocostanzo

Abruzzo, Italy

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Pescocostanzo ski resort is a small skiing resort located near the gorgeous Renaiissance town of with a limited number of chairs, although there are 9 ski runs here. The ski area itself has some good scenery, typical of a picturesque ski resort in the Apennines mountain region in L'Aquila. The terrain is best suited to beginner and intermediate skiers, with a range of blue runs available. However, the more adventurous skier can try cross country skiing around here, as well as a small amount of off piste skiing. Given that there is about a 500 metre descent around in total across the resort, it is large enough to fully enjoy a few days skiing. The mountain is slightly exposed, although as with most resorts around here it is still reasonably sheltered. The resort does not get the sun in the evening, so it is best to ski in the morning if possible. There is a fair amount of accommodation available, with over 20 hotels/chalets in the surrounding area. Rome and Pescara are the nearest airports.

Size: Small

9km

Resort Altitude: Low

1382m

Ski Range

1778m
1382m

Pistes Available

13

4531

Lifts

4

2 drags
2 chairs
Opens 31.12.2020 to 29.03.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

1

Transfer Information

Rome

229km

Av. Transfer time

3hr

Naples

142km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

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Pescocostanzo ski resort is a small skiing resort located near the gorgeous Renaiissance town of with a limited number of chairs, although there are 9 ski runs here. The ski area itself has some good scenery, typical of a picturesque ski resort in the Apennines mountain region in L'Aquila. The terrain is best suited to beginner and intermediate skiers, with a range of blue runs available. However, the more adventurous skier can try cross country skiing around here, as well as a small amount of off piste skiing. Given that there is about a 500 metre descent around in total across the resort, it is large enough to fully enjoy a few days skiing. The mountain is slightly exposed, although as with most resorts around here it is still reasonably sheltered. The resort does not get the sun in the evening, so it is best to ski in the morning if possible. There is a fair amount of accommodation available, with over 20 hotels/chalets in the surrounding area. Rome and Pescara are the nearest airports.