Weather: wear snow skis for your skiing holidays with kids in Valle d’Aosta

Weather: wear snow skis for your skiing holidays with kids in Valle d’Aosta

The Club Esse Pila 2000, in Valle d’Aosta, warms up the engines for a winter that will be one of the coldest and most snowy ever, to make you enjoy a wonderful skiing holidays.

It seems that one of the driest autumns of recent times is now passed, and finally, one of the most snowy winters ever to be seen is coming, for the joy of all the skiers, experts and not, and for lovers of mountains, so they can enjoy funny skiing holidays with the whole family.

One of the most popular winter destinations to spend the best of a candy ski trip, has always been Pila, in Valle d’Aosta, a northern region in Italy.

The Club Esse Pila 2000, directly on the ski slopes, behind the Gran Paradiso National Park and with breathtaking views over Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn, is the ideal destination for your skiing holidays with kids.

Weather forecast for skiing holidays: prepare the skis

Finally, snow returns to the Italian Alps and the Dolomites, so you can begin to defrost skis, snowboard and sledding; actually the first flakes in Pila, have already been seen in mid-November and a new snowfall is expected this Saturday, November 25th.

Starting from this weekend, it seems that the trend towards a perfect weather conditions for snow will be even more pronounced.

Good snowfalls are forecasted throughout all the Italian Alpine area, even at low altitudes, so that even before December 21, the official winter starting date on the calendar, you may probably see snow also in flat areas at the foot of the mountains.

Undoubtedly, it is still too early to see if meteorologists who have indicated this winter 2017-2018 as one of the coldest and most snowy ever, will actually be right.

But at least forecasts are encouraging for all ski lovers and snow enthusiasts, who will most likely spend some fun time for their skiing holidays with kids and families, speeding on the ski slopes, a few meters from Club Esse Pila 2000.


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