Situated in the Province of Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy is the Forni di Sopra ski resort and is the heart of the Furlan Dolomites. It is a small destination which is ideal for beginners and families with many ways in which guests and visitors can choose to spend their time.
In totality, the resort consists of 12 kilometres of slopes with elevations between 880 metres and 2,073 metres. The slopes are suitable for all abilities, whether you are a novice skier or a powder professional, there are so many opportunities to discover amazing hidden landscapes and terrain. There are 4.5 kilometres of easy slopes situated on the Davost side of the mountain. The 6 kilometres of ‘intermediate’ slopes are fantastic for those who are wanting a bit more of a challenge whilst the Varmost side of the mountain is dedicated to the more experienced skiers with 1.5 kilometres of difficult black runs.
There is so much more that this resort has to offer for those who love snow and all snow-related activities including tobogganing, sledding, mountain climbing, Nordic walking and a range of prepared rails suitable for snow shoe hiking.
The Forni di Sopra ski resort offers wonderful views, its array of activities and of course a good quality of snow that satisfies skiers and snowboarders of all abilities and makes this a perfect skiing resort for all.
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