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Ski Complex in Cimone

The largest ski center in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines offers 50 km of slopes and a unique electronic ski-pass, 26 slopes which are all connected to one another, ski walking, and 21 very modern lifts including a six-person automatic lift. And of course there are the snowboarding parks, kids' parks, and artificial snow.

 

The resort gets its name from the highest mountain in the northern Apennines: Cimone, 2165 m high. At its foot there are the towns of MontecretoFanano, Riolunato and Sestola.

 

The Snowboarding Park "Ninfa4all" is an integral part of the 50 km of interconnected slopes that can be accessed with a single pass so you can alternate between downhills and jumps or acrobatics on the ramps. There are many structures set up along the slope such as jumps, rails, and step-ups for all levels. It is an ideal area for all freestylers, freeriders, freecarvers and racers, for beginners and experts alike. The slopes and the pipe can be reached using lifts and magic carpets, and every run can be done without too much effort and always accompanied by music. Besides the rechargeable electronic card, the Cimone Skicard, the snow blowing system has been improved again and will allow these slopes to be the first ones with snow. Also very handy and useful is the App Cimone, free to download both for tablets and smartphones, it is a complete guide to this ski resort area.

 

Skipass prices. A skipass on weekdays costs €28 while on holidays and weekends it costs €36.
The Cimone Skicard is the personal electronic card which allows you to access all the slopes of this ski center without going to get a ticket, and you can put money on it online from a tablet, smartphone or pc. The card costs €3 and never expires. You can put money on it on the website www.cimonesci.it, so you can get out of your car and hit the slopes without waiting at all.

 

Not just skiing. Cimone has become the capital of adventure sports in the snow. Besides the areas set up for snowboarding, visitors can also try out kite skiing where you get pulled along at 50-70 km per hour by a kite or paragliding. In Montecreto, the town of chestnuts, Santa Claus’s Village will welcome children and families during the holiday season with a market, entertainment, and Santa Claus himself, to whom kids can give their letters.

 

Info: www.cimonesci.it and www.vallidelcimone.it

 

 

For tourist information:

Modena Apennines Office

 

Cimone - Foto: Roberto Leoni

Last modified Nov 29, 2017

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