18 ski slopes of various difficulty's degree, 8,400 m in total lenght, out of which Ioannis Papadopoulos, Iosif Klaoudatos, Alexandros Koudounas, Panagiotis Economou and George Mantzoufas, are of the same difficulty. The rest slopes are 2 different difficulty degree at least.
Ioannis Papadopoulos: Black
George Tsekleitsas: Green-Red -Blue
Dimitrios Malatos: Blue-Red-Blue-Green
Ioannis Liapis: Red-Blue
Diomidis Chatzidis: Blue-Red
Ioannis Antoniou: Red-Blue Ring
Dimitrios Sipsis: Red-Black-Red
Theodoros Gravanis: Red-Black-Red
Iosif Klaoudatos: Red
Alexandros Koudounas: Red
Nikolaos Kamaretsos: Red-Blue-Green
Kleomenis Lappas: Green-Red-Blue
Alexandros Georgalis: Red-Blue-Green
Nikolaos Karangounis: Blue-Green
Panagiotis Economou: Green Ring
Ioannis Lappas: Green-Blue-Green
George Mantzoufas: Green Ring
In the Ski Center there are also 4 off-piste runs:
Off piste H6: Black-Red
Off piste H7: Black-Red
Off piste: Red-Black-Blue
Off piste: Black
Karpenissi Ski Center has five lifts, with a total capacity of 3,500 persons/hour. Specifically:
Anemos 1 (aerial double seat), 889 m in length - altitude difference 183 m.
Anemos 2 (aerial double seat), 757 m in length - altitude difference 78 m.
Takis Flengas (aerial double seat), 376 m in length - altitude difference 52 m.
Konstantinos Chouliaras (aerial triple seat), 750 m in length - altitude difference 237 m.
1 sliding one seat, Thisseas, 540 m in length - altitude difference 80 m.
Asphalt road network links Karpenissi to Ski Center (11 km. distance).
Karpenissi Ski Center has 3 snowploughs and 2 machines for slopes formation and covering with snow.
Karpenissi Ski Center operates December till April, daily from 9 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Karpenissi Ski Center is the first ski center that was established by businessmen, in 1974.
Sights/activities in the surrounding area
Evrytania, a region with unique alpine environment and rich cultural and historic heritage, constitutes one of the clearest ecosystem regions worldwide, as UNESCO has declared it, in 1991. Karpenissi, a capital town, a junction and the core of economic development of Evrytania Prefecture, was founded in later Ottoman years and, today, is the only urban center of the prefecture with an approximate population of 8000 inhabitants.