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A ski resort in the Piedmont region, Alpe di Mera welcomes you to almost 30 km of pistes that range in altitude from 700 to 1,700 metres. The village provides direct access to the slopes, which are mainly blue and red. You can get your equipment from one of our ski hire shops in Alpe di Mera.
The resort of Alpe di Mera
Located in the grounds of the village of Scopello, at an altitude of 649 metres, the Alpe di Mera resort (1,600 metres) stretches its ski slopes up to 1,742 metres. Access to the 30 km ski area is easy from the moment you arrive in the village, as a chairlift leading directly to the heights has been in place since 1949. A confidential resort, Alpe di Mera is particularly popular with skiers looking for a rejuvenating winter sports break.
Skiing in Alpe di Mera
If Alpe di Mera is such a success, it's because its ski pass opens the doors to a ski area located on the slopes of the Monterosa, which will delight snow sports enthusiasts of all levels. The 30km of pistes are divided into 14 routes, 87% of which are red and 13% blue, making Alpe di Mera a resort that expert skiers will particularly appreciate. However, they won't be able to ski on ungroomed pistes, as there are no black runs. The infrastructure at Alpe di Mera has been extensively modernised. New chairlifts and snow cannons covering almost the entire ski area (10 hectares out of 12) have been installed. In addition, a snowpark with 8 modules will delight freestylers. Find out how much snow the resort has on the Alpe di Mera webcam.
Activities in Alpe di Mera
All season long, Alpe di Mera is the place to be for all kinds of winter sports. As soon as you arrive at the Scopello-Mera chairlift, you can take advantage of a secure area dedicated to sledges. The resort's tourist office is located in Scopello. It's the place to go to find out about the timetables for the free shuttle buses that serve the various districts of the village, as well as the events taking place in the high-altitude ski resort. The end-of-year festivities are always a highlight of the season, with torch-lit descents and local ski competitions. Both at altitude and in the village, the various establishments in the resort offer themed evenings for an immersion in the mountain traditions of Piedmont.