Pila

Pila

About the Resort

A great destination for families, the Italian resort of Pila is found in the Aosta Valley, featuring some of the most snowsure pistes in Europe.  Found above the town of Aosta, it’s a modern ski resort with a pedestrianised centre – a purpose-built location with fantastic pistes to enjoy. Getting to Pila

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There’s been a great investment in Pila’s piste map, which has seen its huge ski area change and develop. Beginners will really enjoy Baby Pila which you can reach from Gorraz Grand Grimond and Pilla Gorraz chair lifts.  These will give you amazing views of the Italian and Swiss Alps, which also includes the Monte Rosa massif.  Read More

When you’re looking at Pila ski accommodation, there are a good variety of options to choose from.  For Pila hotels, you’ll find a mix of two- to four-star hotels. Read More

When it comes to altitude, Pila’s summit reaches 2740m. If you’re looking at Pila weather and piste conditions, you’ll find snowsure slopes, especially thanks to their 250 cannons which guarantee at least 53% of the Pila slopes are kept covered.  Read More

If you’re looking for a convenient resort, Pila is for you.  This old town has gone through a lot of expansion; making the most of the latest innovations.  It offers both great skiing and buzzing après-ski so you’ll be assured of a great holiday from morning until late.  Read More

We like Pila as it’s a pretty much unknown secret on the international ski market.  It’s definitely worth visiting in the week if you can, as it is known for being busier at the weekends.  With its ski in/ski out convenience.  Read More

A well-thought-out resort, Pila’s pedestrian centre and variety of good ski in/ski out hotels make this a great ski destination.  In fact, it’s particularly popular for school trips and beginners; especially thanks to its snowsure slopes and excellent ski schools on offer.  Read More

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

Highlights

+Ski in, Ski out

+Great value Resort

+Gondola Link to Aosta Town

+Amazing Snow Record.

Things to think about

-Limited Slopes for Advanced and Beginners

-Quiet Apres-Ski

-Not alot for Non-Skiers

Ski Passes

Adult

€ 41/46 (low/high)

€ 78/88 (low/high)

€ 114/129 (low/high)

€ 150/168 (low/high)

€ 182/204 (low/high)

€ 212/238 (low/high)

ski passes

Child

€ 29/33 (low/high)

€ 55/62 (low/high)

€ 80/90 (low/high)

€ 105/118 (low/high)

€ 127.50/143 (low/high)

€ 148.50/167 (low/high)

What's Included

1 and 2 day price is Local area pass.
3 days+ price is Local area & Aosta Valley.
Child Price 8-13 Years, Discounted price for Under 8.

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Ski Area
70km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

6 Runs
27 Runs
4 Runs
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

2750m
1800m
1800m
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15

Lifts

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1

Snow

Park

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€238

Ski Pass

6 Days

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29 November ’20
11 April ’21
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Indoor Pool
Bowling
Ice Rink

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Tolls

€121.30

Flights

Accommodation

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