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      Alto Campoo is a ski resort in the Cantabrian Mountains of northern Spain. The resort is located in the Cantabrian comarca of Campoo. The source of the river Ebro is near the resort in the town of Fontibre.

      With 28 kilometres (17 mi) of marked pistes, it is one of the biggest resorts of the Cantabrian Mountains. The highest point is Cuchillón peak, at 2,250 metres (7,380 ft) above sea level, with a vertical drop of 600 metres (2,000 ft).

      The base of the resort is a purpose-built town called Brañavieja which includes several apartments and is situated at 1,650 metres (5,410 ft) above sea level. From there a four-seat chair lift provides the main access for the resort. The resort itself occupies a high mountain valley. The valley is accessible by car, with a parking and service area at its base from where the lifts depart.
      This region uses the Uk/Euro style trail grading system.
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      Region Details
      32 downhill ski trails

      Region Status
      Open

      Downhill Ski Stats

      State Ranking
      #12
      Trails (view details)
      32
      Trails Downhill Ski
      32
      Total Distance
      14 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      13 miles
      Total Descent
      9,400 ft
      Total Vertical
      1,493 ft
      Ridden Counter
      153

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