The route to Pila along the majestic Aosta Valley is possibly one of the most stunning transfers in the Alps – as you climb up the road the valley drops away below and all of a sudden the stunning Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, and Mont Blanc come into sight.
Pila is very popular with intermediate skiers given that the ski area is mostly red runs. 5 Blue, 22 Red, 3 Black. The resort is located at 1800m offering great snow security but also has fantastic snowmaking facilities.
Pila is set above the Roman town of Aosta and is a purposed built ski resort with modern facilities such as high-speed lifts. The highest lift is 2725m and there is often great powder to be found on the higher slopes whilst there are some lovely tree-lined runs lower down.
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Pila apres-ski scene mostly revolves around the weekend when locals head up from Milan and Turin so it can feel a little sleepy during the week. However, if you are just looking for a few places to enjoy a hard-earned drink after a day on the slopes you then there is a good choice of bars to choose from in the resort and plenty of mountain restaurants to stop off at for food and drink as well.