With skis on your feet
and the sea on the horizon.
The Sarnano ski area extends from Sassotetto mountain to the Santa Maria Maddalena pass, about 15 km from the town. The slopes differ in height between 1289 and 1582 metres. Of course, this is not the Alps, but they do have one thing that the Alps don’t: on a clear day you can see the sea. The Sibillini Mountains are only 50 km away from the Adriatic coast and, yes, if the sky is clear while skiing you can enjoy a view that stretches from the peaks over the hills to the sea. Interesting, isn’t it?
The ski resort has 11 km of slopes, 4 km of which are served by an artificial snow system and several ski lifts: a school camp with a cableway and a treadmill, 4 ski lifts, a two-seater chairlift and a three-seater. Furthermore, there is a snow park accessible from both chairlifts.
Among the tracks, we recommend the Canalone Acque Calde, a fairly demanding 1.4 kilometres long red slope with a difference in height of 370m.