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Corno alle Scale (BO)

Corno alle Scale - 25 km of slopes, ten lifts, a snowboarding park and a kids’ park - it is the resort where many Bologna citizens learned to ski, including Alberto Tomba. Two slopes are named after this Bologna champion and they are the longest slopes in the Apennines: 3 uninterrupted km, which meet the requirements of World Championship competition slopes.  This resort also has a very modern lift (2,400 people per hour) which runs all the way up to the “Rocce” slope.

 

Skipass prices. The seasonal passes are still the same price: €500 for adults, €290 for kids (born after 2002) and €400 for seniors (born before 1956).  For day passes: €25 for workdays, €33 for weekends and holidays, the afternoon slot begins at 12.30pm and costs €23 euro for weekends and holidays, €18 for workdays.  Also this year the parking lots at the beginning of the lifts are free.

 

Not just skiing. Corno alle Scale is not just about skiing, but also the culture and traditions of the municipality of Lizzano in Belvedere and the nearby Vidiciatico. In this area there are many towns with stone buildings with mysterious symbols (called “mamme”) of Celtic origins, ancient churches such as the Madonna dell’Acero, founded, according to legend, around a tree, which is still present today. In Lizzano there is also a slow-food product: “salmerino” a small freshwater fish similar to trout, which is served in local restaurants.

 

Infos: Bologna Apennines and www.cornosci.it

 


For tourist information:
Bologna Apennines Office


Last modified Nov 29, 2017

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