Campo Felice

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Campo Felice lake in spring.

Campo Felice is a karstic plateau in the central Appennines, included in the province of L'Aquila, Abruzzo, central Italy.

Included in the communal territories of Lucoli and Rocca di Cambio, in the Sirente-Velino Regional Park, it is geographically bounded by the Velino-Sirente chain, with the other plains of Piani di Pezza and Altopiano delle Rocche located nearby. Campo Felice is situated at some 1500 m above the sea level, and has the shape of a basin. Vegetation is scarce, mostly composed by beech woods in the surrounding mountains slopes.

Temperatures can reach -30° m in winter. It is the seat of the eponymous ski resort.

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Coordinates: 42°12′57″N 13°26′53″E / 42.21583°N 13.44806°E / 42.21583; 13.44806