Asiago7Comuni Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation

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The Asiago plateau, composed by eight municipalities (Asiago+7) is a beautiful terrace facing south on the Po Valley and tenderly protected to the north by the magnificent Dolomites. It is one of the most popular and sparkling tourist resorts in winter and summer and also offers a lively after ski.


The Asiago Plateau, the capital of cross country skiing
The sports traditions go back to decades, especially skiing on the plateau, with numerous clubs, and associations (some were founded back in the 20s and 30s) and many Italian and world champions have been formed here and have made its name known throughout the world.


Among these champions we should remember the famous Guidina Dal Sasso, a leading cross country ski champion, and Fabrizio Tescari, among the best slalom racers who was Italian champion several times.



To satisfy the growing needs of the various sports groups and improve the tourist offer, the Plateau has been fitted with several modern plants and structures, which can house very high level sports events: for example the World Junior Nordic Ski Championships in 1987 and 1996, the Grass Ski Championships in 1993, which brought the name of the Asiago Plateau to the international sports world. In addition, in the last years Asiago has hosted the Cross country ski World Cup competitions and the Tour de Ski event at the Golf Arena

Nordic Skiing
The Sette Comuni Plateau is formed in such a way that it is an enormous natural stadium for cross country skiing, and not by chance it is known as the “Capital of Nordic Skiing”, and one of the world temples for this sport. There are seven organised centres with FISI approved slopes, which cover a total of 500 km.


The cross-country ski itineraries pass through large meadows and endless woods, where the lovers of this sport can travel through enchanted landscapes and admire the amazing panoramas immersed in the wonderful silence of pure oasis of peace.


This incredible network of tracks is backed up by a series of bases and chalets, ski schools, equipment hire and many other services, and creates the most impressive, rich and varied offer for Nordic skiing in the world.



Alpine skiing
There are 13 ski areas with 48 lifts 34 ski lifts, 6 chair lifts and 8 tapis roulants) for alpine skiing on the Plateau, which are constantly being modernised, and 100 km of slopes of all levels both high and low altitudes), some of which are exclusively reserved for snowboarding, telemark and the most modern sports.


These Plateau slopes have been studied to satisfy all different abilities and needs, from the easiest and calmest to the most extreme and difficult.


There are numerous artificial snow plants, which guarantee excellent coverage throughout the winter. The 11 ski schools with highly qualified instructors not only offer normal instruction, but also the chance of organising races, parties and general entertainment.


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