Friuli, Forni di Sopra

Forni di Sopra snow report

Before putting on your skis, check the snow conditions at Forni di Sopra one last time. Height and quality of the snow, date of the last snowfall, today's weather, temperature, wind... all the information you are looking for to have a great day of skiing. Please note Forni di Sopra snow reports are sourced directly from the ski resort and are only recorded during the official ski season's opening to closing dates.
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Resort Overview

Dec 17
Projected Opening
Mar 24
Projected Closing
Forni di Sopra, which is a village located in the high part of the Tagliamento Valley (between the Carnia and the Cadore areas), is a fantastic place: situated just in the heart of the Furlan Dolomites, the little village is characterized by a setting of great and peerless beauty that makes you feel the atmosphere of a fairy tale. 16 km of slopes are addressed both to the beginners, on the Davost side, and to the more experienced skiers on the Varmost side. Moreover, the cross-country skiers and the children are pleased respectively by 13 km of tracks and a snow park. However, Forni di Sopra does not mean only winter because his naturalistic features allow the tourists to practice a wide range of different activities all year-round. And all of them in direct and constant contact with the nature. The ski resort, which, thanks to the opening of the chair-lifts Varmost 1 and 2, works as well in summer time, has a broad offer of trails suitable for hiking, mountain climbing, mountain biking and Nordic walking. Besides, the village is well-equipped with different sports facilities: tennis courts, bowling courts, a football pitch and a polyvalent centre with courts and pitches dedicated to the team sports (five-a-side, basket, tennis, bowling,..). Finally, thanks to the well developed tourism system and the renowned gastronomic tradition, Forni di Sopra is an alpine site of excellent versatility.

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