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Catering for everyone: the Ski Area Aprica-Corteno

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Snow-covered slopes for all the family, where a good time is guaranteed

With a textbook climate that delivers sun and snowy powder from December–April, the Ski Area di Aprica-Corteno is the ultimate outdoor playground for sports enthusiasts and those looking to escape the daily grind in a veritable winter wonderland with friends or family.
Skiers flock to Aprica and its 50 km of ski pistes, which are maintained by high-tech snow-making machines that guarantee sublime conditions. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a family with young children, Aprica has it covered. Families with young children and novices will want to spend their time in Campetti – it’s the go-to spot with beginners’ ski lifts and magic carpets.

Great for carving turns, advanced skiers can head to the red and black runs, which descend a casual 1000 metres-plus to the town from the top at 2,300 metres above sea level. The ski areas are all connected: the Magnolta ‘Pistone’ is a thrilling and incredibly rewarding 2km run dropping 500 metres in altitude from the top of the Magnolta to the town; starting at 2,300 metres above sea level and dropping 600 metres, the ‘Benedetti’ in Palabione is experts-only; while the ‘Superpanoramica’ in Baradello boasts the title of being Europe’s longest illuminated run – take your time to soak up the stunning views of Valtellina and the Rhaetian Alps when you’re on this one, it’s an all-ability slope with room for everyone.
 
Ski Area Stats
Elevation: 1162-2300 m.a.s.l
No. chairlifts: 16
Hourly capacity (people/h): 20,000 
Alpine ski runs: 50 km
Artificial snow: 80% 
On-piste catering facilities: 9
Catering for everyone: the Ski Area Aprica-Corteno:
Snow-covered slopes for all the family, where a good time is guaranteed.

With a textbook climate that delivers sun and snowy powder from December–April, the Ski Area di Aprica-Corteno is the ultimate outdoor playground for sports enthusiasts and those looking to escape the daily grind in a veritable winter wonderland with friends or family.
Skiers flock to Aprica and its 50 km of ski pistes, which are maintained by high-tech snow-making machines that guarantee sublime conditions. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a family with young children, Aprica has it covered. Families with young children and novices will want to spend their time in Campetti – it’s the go-to spot with beginners’ ski lifts and magic carpets.

Great for carving turns, advanced skiers can head to the red and black runs, which descend a casual 1000 metres-plus to the town from the top at 2,300 metres above sea level. The ski areas are all connected: the Magnolta ‘Pistone’ is a thrilling and incredibly rewarding 2km run dropping 500 metres in altitude from the top of the Magnolta to the town; starting at 2,300 metres above sea level and dropping 600 metres, the ‘Benedetti’ in Palabione is experts-only; while the ‘Superpanoramica’ in Baradello boasts the title of being Europe’s longest illuminated run – take your time to soak up the stunning views of Valtellina and the Rhaetian Alps when you’re on this one, it’s an all-ability slope with room for everyone.
 
Ski Area Stats
Elevation: 1162-2300 m.a.s.l
No. chairlifts: 16
Hourly capacity (people/h): 20,000 
Alpine ski runs: 50 km
Artificial snow: 80% 
On-piste catering facilities: 9

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