On 8 December, the day of the Immaculate Conception, the ski season officially opens in the Emilia-Romagna Apennines. After the ups and downs of the weather in the last period, the peaks are covered in snow and the lifts will be open at Cimone (Modena) and Corno alle Scale (Bologna). At all stations, snow cannons have been working tirelessly over the past few days. Between now and Christmas, weather permitting, all the other locations will gradually open. At Cimone there are about 40 centimeters of snow (between that which has fallen and that produced by the lifts) and on December 8 you start with the daily holiday ski pass discounted by 50% (24 euros instead of 48). The lifts at Passo del Lupo will be open, with the three-seater chairlift Faggio Bianco serving the blue slope and the Birch school field, and the "carpet" school field, with its slope at Lake Ninfa. Weather forecasts indicate that temperatures will drop below zero in the coming nights and more slopes are expected to open in the following days. At Corno alle Scale there are between 20 and 30 cm of snow (the result of the work of the snow cannons on the fresh snow cover), the daily ski pass costs 35 euros.
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