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Abetone Overview

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# 9Beginner Terrain in Europe
# 9Family Friendly in Italy
# 1Intermediate Terrain in Tuscany
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The Abetone pass, with an altitude of 1388 mt, is on the border between Emilia Romagna and Tuscany and hosts one of the most important ski resorts in the Appenines. The resort is composed of four valleys, Valley of Luce, Valley of the Scoltenna, Sestaione Valley and Valley of the Lima, which are interconnected and offer skiers many kilometres of slopes connected with ski lifts: the Multipass consortium operates 54 km of slopes and 21 ski lifts. There are three historic ski lifts at the ski resort: Selletta, Fivizzani and Riva. Note also the slopes “Stucchi” and “Pulicchio”, which cross the border between the two regions and the “Zeno” slopes in the Valley of Luce, designed by the unforgettable ski champion from Abetone, Zeno Colò. There's also a 18 km ring dedicated to cross country skiing.

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Terrain Overview

45%
Intermediate Runs
53%
Advanced Runs
3%
Expert Runs
27
Runs in Total
40 km
Runs in Total
2.8 km
Longest Run
40 km
Skiable Terrain
16 ha
Snow Making
34 km
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Total Lifts: 17

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Eight Person Lifts
5
High Speed Quads
2
Triple Chairs
3
Double Chairs
6
Surface Lifts

Elevation

1900m
Summit
500m
Vertical Drop
1400m
Base
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