With 50 km of slopes and 26 slopes connected to each other, the Cimone ski area, in the Modenese Apennines, is the largest in the entire Italian Apennines.
The slopes are served by 21 modern and fast ski lifts, which can be accessed with the same ski pass.
At Cimone (2165 m) there are numerous school camps, cross-country ski runs, one for snowshoes and two Baby Parks.
An integral part of the 50 km of slopes and accessible with the same ski pass, is also the Snow Park with numerous sequential structures installed along the entire track: jumps, rails and step-ups for all levels, from beginners to pro snowboarders.
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The Frassinoro-Piandelagotti area, in the Frignano Natural Park, winds along the Tuscan-Emilian ridge and is known to be the cross-country paradise.
The Cross-Country Center Boscoreale is, in fact, an important spot for cross-country skiing, with 50 km of tracks that multiply thanks to various connections with Tuscany area and Reggio-Emilia Apennines;
It is possible to find also trails dedicated to snowshoes and on a ring of 2.5 km perfectly illuminated and even artificially snow-covered it is possible to practice Nordic skiing and snowshoeing even at night. Nearby, the slopes of Lago Murato offer rings of varying length and difficulty, for a total of 10 km that cross historic landscapes and roads.
In Pievepelago and S.Annapelago you can ski right into the village thanks to the cross-country trails that wind close to the town, while in the Acque Chiare area there is a suggestive permanent track for Nordic skiing. The ski area contains also 12 km of descents (2 red runs, 4 blue runs, and 2 green runs) equipped with three ski lifts (one ski-lift and two two-seater chairlifts), in addition to the SnowPark, which is perfect for board lovers.
Piane di Mocogno
Have you ever faced a descent on a rubber boat?
It’s the snow tubing and you can try it at the Piane di Mocogno, one of the most historic winter resorts in the Apennines, it was opened in the far 1928.
The station includes 4 downhill slopes, a training ground, a Baby Park and a toboggan run, while the Centro Fondo Piana Amorotti offers 45 km of cross-country tracks divided into 8 rings, with routes suitable for both beginners and experts. Nearby a circuit of trails for over 25 km is dedicated to snowshoeing, a discipline that has made the station a reference point throughout the Emilian Apennines.
In Fiumalbo, a picturesque stone village in the Frignano Natural Park, the nearby ski area offers 2 cross-country skiing rings, 2 snow tubing slopes, and a SnowPark, also active at night.
Snowboarders can rent all the equipment, including snowshoes, to climb Cimone and make free riding descents in complete freedom with a drop of 800 meters.