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Resort 8.7
Ski area 8.9
Information about the ski area
Highest point: 3,012 m
Lowest point: 1,225 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,225 m
Lifts in total: 15
Tow lifts: 8
Chair lifts: 5
Gondola lift: 2
Pistes in total: 50 km
14 km
34 km
2 km

Ski area Bormio

Ski area Bormio

The lift pass "4 Valli" is further also valid outside Bormio in the ski areas Valdidentro and Santa Caterina/Valfurva, for a total of 36 lifts and 110 kilometres of piste. In addition to the ski area’s altitude (1,225 – 3,012 m), various snow-making machines provide snow security. From Bormio you can take the two fast cable cars to the Cima Blanca (3,012 m) the regional mountain. Wonderful pistes, wide and almost free of any fauna in the upper part, lead you down to the valley, including the world cup descent "Stelvio".

A real goody for ski cracks is the 2 km long, black piste "Betulle". Another highlight is the longest slope in Bormio, the "Cima Bianca - Bornio", which has a total altitude of 1,787 m and is 8 km long. Fantastic free rider possibilities can be found in the areas "Ortler" and "Cevedale" and boarders can run riot in the "Snowpark Bormio 2000" at the middle station with super pipe, rails and jumps. The flood-lit piste "Stelvio" is 3 km long, but does require some experience. The ski area Valdidentro offers mainly easy to intermediate pistes, while Santa Caterina, home base of the Olympic champion Deborah Compagnoni, mainly offers red and black pistes.
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Night skiing Bormio

Winter sports enthusiasts can look forward to night skiing in Lombardy, as the ski are Bormio also offers a night ski piste. Night skiing in Bormio in the Italian region Sondrio takes places on a very special piste: the famous World Cup piste "Stelvio", where ski races are held all year, is illuminated for night skiers. The steep piste is one known as one of the most difficult pistes in the World Cup. For regular winter sports guests the route is not quite as difficult as for the professional skiers, however, only experienced skiers should use the red piste.

The piste is approx. 3 km long and offers a lot of diversity. Every Thursday, the 8-person gondola Bormio extends its operation hours, so that night-time skiing fun on the "Stelvio" piste lasts from 20:00 - 23:00.

Après ski Bormio

The cosy mountain huts invite you to visit by day. Those who wish to remain active after a day on the piste have the choice between snowshoe hiking, ice skating or paragliding, among others. In addition, there is an indoor pool, solarium, sauna, fitness centre as well as a hot spring. Bormio is an animated winter sports resort- evenings included! The village centre offers many cosy cafés, bars and pubs, typical restaurants and pizzerias as well as a disco. A walk through the picturesque old city is in any case worthwhile.

Bormio's various thermal baths are a great place to relax and unwind after a long day on the pistes. For all shopping connoisseurs and shopaholics alike, we recommend a day trip to the shopping paradise of Livigno with its duty-free shops offering great brands and luxury items at bargain prices!

Snowpark: Bormio

The "Snowpark Bormio", located in the homonymous ski area, has something for everyone with its three different lines. The easy line, with 2, 3 and 5 m long fun boxes and a 1 m kicker, is perfect for newbies to get going. First tricks and jumps can be practised here perfectly. The medium and rails line is better for the more advances riders or even the experts on this terrain. Various obstacles, beginning with a step-up, via a 3 m bonk ball and a 9 m box can be combined with 2 kickers with 5 and 10 m tables, and really can get you flying high.

A park-own shaping team is on the go daily to maintain the standard of the obstacles and is the heart and soul of the creative set-up. Sounds good? Yes, we think so, too.

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Expert rating report Bormio

The rating report Bormio comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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