And Abetone, the most famous Pistoia Mountain location in Central Italy, certainly doesn't come unprepared with its 50 kilometers of slopes and 21 skilifts managed by the Multipass consortium. And for enthusiasts, Abetone also offers cross-country skiing, thanks to two slopes and a ring for a total of 8 kilometers. There are three historical lifts in the ski area: Selletta, Fivizzani and Riva. Also well-known are the "Stucchi" and "Pulicchio" slopes, which straddle the border, and the "Zeno" slope, in Val di Luce, designed by the famous skier Zeno Colò. And also the Doganaccia, which is located in the Apennines between Corno alle Scale and Monte Libro Aperto and which offers in addition to 15 kilometers of ski slopes of varying degrees of difficulty, two cable cars, two skilifts, a treadmill and the snow tubing slope for the enjoyment of young and old alike.
It is a real "heritage" that of Tuscany for snow lovers, which has been enriched with an important service for disabled people, who will be able to devote themselves to skiing right on the Pistoia mountains thanks to a system of reserved parking, chalets and changing facilities, qualified ski instructors and ad hoc equipment such as monoski or the dualski, which allow the disabled skier complete autonomy.