Ski resorts in Italy

Cimone-Montecreto Snow forecast

  • Sunday
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    Partly cloudy
    5 mph
  • Monday
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    9 mph
  • Tuesday
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Facts about Cimone-Montecreto

Slopes (Total: 32)
Green Learning / beginner:0
Blue Easy:8
Red Intermediate:18
Black Advanced / Expert:6
Artificial snow:24 number of slopes
Longest slope:11811 ft
Total length of pistes:31.1 miles

Lifts (Total: 25)

Vertical drop
Cimone-Montecreto Vertical drop
Mountain high: 6483 ft
Vertical drop: 2283 ft
Mountain low: 4199 ft

Cross country skiing
Tracks:12.4 miles
Lit tracks:0 miles
Artificial snow:0 miles

Childrens area:3
Country: Italy

Reviews for Cimone-Montecreto

What do you think about Cimone-Montecreto?
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Sestola and Cimone were a nice but slightly different experience. Nice skiing with well-prepared slopes. As previous reviewers wrote in the same size as Åre and another similarity, the cabin was closed due to wind ... Here, however, there was a chairlift that went up to the same point.

Probably very good opportunities for offpiste, we had wet sneezing and did not have big excursions for us. One problem may be that some wooded areas are private property which is also a sign of ... We drove outside the piste in one place and an Italian started to laugh at Carabinieri !!

Good price level on the slopes. 2 burgers, beer and wine for 20 EUR. It's hard to beat it!

We rented skis and boots. The range was mostly piste skiing but I managed to find a pair of Rossignol S7. Both couples were very well-chosen. The price was about 20 EUR per day for complete equipment.

We stayed in Sestola which is a charming city with both shopping and some bars. No big place and it felt a bit off-season when we were there. The impression was a little ski resort on the deck. A place that has had its heyday but at the same time charming and genuine. Good service levels in shops and restaurants although English skills were untrue.

I can definitely imagine going back! Feel like earlier in the season and explore the offpiste opportunities. Given that the ski resort of Abetone is 3-4 miles away, one can combine and drive a double holiday.

Dare to be outside the Alps and visit the Apennines!

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Stayed in the middle of the hill (Passo Del Lupo). Size and ride reminiscent of Åre (excl. Duved). The park less than Åre 's. Effective fall height 600m +. 1100m fall height incl. transport route to the village of Montecreto (may be used for forest skiing or rides directly under the elevator). Well-prepared backs. Many opportunities for offpiste, but it was the most crowded. When we then got 30 cm of wet snow for one night, the sight was so bad that we kept to the low zone. Fun stuff: When you did not get a pistachio, a sign with the text "Only Freeride" was added. The ski hire in the hotel gave me the best skiing I've tested so far and it probably contributed to the positive experience of the slopes.
The guy in the rental recommended January / February to get better snow quality.
The lifts seem to have been modernized compared to the pistemap located on Freeride. Check for a current map.
Was there at week 10 and there was never a liftkö. Sometimes we had entire downsides for ourselves. Avoid Saturday and Sunday when city residents invade the area. Christmas, New Year and Easter are said to be a lot of people as well.

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Rider: Roberto Romeo Photo: Silvia Sanfilippo

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Trail map Cimone-Montecreto

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