The Passo Penice ski area is located on the slopes of the mountain of the same name (1460 meters above sea level), on the border between Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna, between the municipalities of Monconico (PV) and Bobbio (PI).
Given the particular geographical position, skiing in this location can give magical emotions and incredible views, especially during the beautiful sunny days. From here it is in fact possible to enjoy an extraordinary scenery of Bobbio and the Trebbia Valley, but also of the Ligurian Apennines and the expanse of the Po Valley of the Oltrepo Pavese.
In winter the station is very busy, with routes of varying difficulty. Thanks to an efficient artificial snow system, snow is always guaranteed between December and March, and sometimes even beyond.
There are two downhill lifts, three downhill slopes, one cross-country ski, all covered by programmed snow and illuminated for night skiing.
Given the efficient structure, the location is perfect for making your children take their first steps on the snow.
A valid and professional ski school, with more than forty years of experience behind it, usually organizes various courses ranging from skiing, to alpine and snowboarding with individual and group lessons, also designed for disabled people.
There are also bobsleigh runs, suitable for the enjoyment of young and old, served by carpet paths but also adventurous hiking activities, such as snowshoeing that leads from the Pass to the summit of Monte Penice.