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Italian Resorts - from Rome...

 Poster: A snowHead
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I've got some friends in Rome, and they are thinking of driving to a ski resort to "try it out". They're keen to stay in Italy, and to keep the cost down.

Any suggestions?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Elizabeth, there are some ski resort near Rome, on the Appennini.
Namely the mounts "Terminillo" and "Gran Sasso", those are considered the Roman's home resorts.
A bit north of that between Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna there's the "Abetone".
Smaller unknown areas are scattered around.
Then if they are willing to undergo a longer trek, Dolomites are reachable from Rome via the motorway, one has to reach Modena and from there to take the Modena-Brennero streak of the motorway...
Are your friends going to live in Rome for a while?
I'd advice them to buy the "SCI" special issue just out (yesterday) which contains a list of the italian resorts, region per region.
Small skiable area can be found in Calabria and Sicily (on the Etna Volcano) too. The above mentioned guide reports a place in Sardinia too, but I'm not soo sure it can be skied...especially this it's 18 deg centigrade here!!!!
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Matteo, what about the resorts in Le Marche around Sibilini? And isn't there a small resort in southern Tuscany called Amiata?
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Matteo, Just been reading that Sunday was the hottest November day for 142 years in Rome! (27°C) Might be a long trip to the nearest ski resort in the not too distant future... Sad
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
mikehall58, Yes, Monte Amiata it's another one to keep in mind, there are so many not well known, or better, shunted,resorts, because peolple here think of those as "not cool"...

And PG, correct, it's being unseasonably warm and humid. Today the thermal "0"
at Madesimo was around 3000 mt..this means t6hat the littlesniow that has come...
is already melted!
I guess that I will not ski until december, this season...
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