The most dangerous resort in Italy is in danger of closing after the government announced that the resort will be closed from the end of May.
The Italian Ski Federation, which represents the resorts management, announced the closure on Monday, stating that the resorts plans to close due to the closure of a number of the resorts main sites, including the ski hill.
The main ski hill will close on May 6, and will reopen on May 7, the federation said.
The decision to close the ski resort comes after the ministry of agriculture decided to stop the production of milk and other dairy products in the resort.
This means that milk production will cease.
Milk production will be resumed at the existing sites, but milk production is expected to be limited until after May 10.
The closure will have an impact on the ski and snowboarding activities of the resort, as the main slopes are located on the outskirts of the city of Cervino, near the city center.
The ski hill is located at a remote spot on the slopes and has been open for several years.
The ski area was first established in 2002, and the area is used for several ski tours.
It is estimated that approximately 2,000 tourists visit the ski area each day.
The resort was also the first to offer winter skiing in Italy, and in 2004 it opened the first winter park, in the form of the ski park Cervina del Rios.