Aprica Ski Resort Guide
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- X-Country:14 km
Aprica, in Italy (in the Lombardia region), is a large resort with 20 lifts (6 chair lifts, 12 surface lifts) that offers skiers an incredible 1070 metres (3511 feet) of vertical descent. Aprica has 21 pistes with a total length of 40 kilometers (25 miles). Aprica is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. There are 14 kilometers (9 miles) of cross country ski trails at Aprica. The majority of the pistes at Aprica are covered by snow-making. The closest airport is at Milan / Milano but the transfer time is 2 hours. The nearest train station to Aprica is at Sondrio. There is accommodation located close to the pistes but we would welcome additional information about any hotels or chalets in Aprica.
- Nearest Airport:Milan / Milano
- Nearest Train Station:Sondrio
- Tourist Office Phone:+390342745108
- Tourist Office Website:www.apricaonline.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
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- Issued:16 Nov
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Visitor Reviews of Aprica
Paul from United Kingdom writes:
Visited Aprica the week after new years had a great time. Good snow conditions. Ski area is of average size with 50 km of piste, but enough for a weeks skiing/boarding unless of course you're very advanced.
Resort well suited to intermediate skiers/boarders. There is a good mix of well linked blue, red, and also a few black runs. Very well suited to beginners as slopes are uncrowded and only a short walk to ski lifts. Runs are serviced by two gondolas & a brand new four seater express chair lift, so that's quite good considering the lift pass was only £85 with equity.
Aprica is a small town with a few shops, bars, supermarkets & a swimming pool. Locals are all very friendly.
Recommend taking at least one ski/board lesson as the level of instruction is very good.
Stayed in the 3* Hotel Posta which I recommend very highly. The hotel has a bar, TV, lounge room, games room & excellent food. The owner, Mariano, really puts himself out and will get you anything you need from ski lessons to beans on toast :).
Will return again.