Magnolta’s Pistone run, Baradello, Palabione, and Campetti: top skiing for
is a renowned ski town and resort with more than 50 km of pistes, maintained by
high-tech snow-making machines that guarantee sublime conditions.
The ski areas of Palabione, Magnolta, Baradello and Campetti are all connected, with runs that descend a casual 1000 metres-plus to the town from the top at 2,300 metres above sea level. The Magnolta area is the sunniest, Palabione the largest, while Baradello boasts the latest lift technology and runs.
For families and first-time skiers, the nursery slopes in Campetti make it the go-to spot with beginner ski lifts and magic carpets.
the 2021/2022 winter season, Aprica takes the thrill level up a notch with the
introduction of night skiing: under a starry sky, the 5.5km-long Baradello now
lights up the hearts of keen skiers as it becomes Europe’s longest illuminated
The first night for the night skiing will be on December 7 and then every Thursday and Saturday.
START OF THE SKI SEASON: on December 4, 2021
Altitude: from 1181 m to 2300 m
Ski lifts: 16
Ski runs: 50 km (4 black runs, 8 red runs, 8 blue runs)
Snow artificial: 40 km