Snowshoeing, ski mountaineering and excursions on foot: discover the magic of the winter in our mountains
With the Bormio ski pass you can get 3 months of Premium Runtastic for free
At present you can ski from Cima Bianca (3.012 m.) to Bormio (1.225 m.)
Discover the main events of the winter season in Bormio and its Valleys
It will be an exceptional year for cycling lovers with a program rich in high profile events for both road and mountain bike fans.
Bormio “highly commended” by the “World Snow Awards” presented by The Telegraph Ski and Snowboard
Come and discover the thrill of skiing on the moon- and starlit slopes!
Winter excursions to discover the Stelvio National Park and experience the peace of nature in a completely new way
Return ticket from Tirano to St. Moritz, lunch included, at only € 99 for two people!
QC Terme Bagni Vecchi – the Old Baths Take a dip into more than two thousand years of history, from the Roman Baths through the […]
Traditions, between past and present The secular history of Bormio and the Alta Valtellina is reflected and retained in many folk traditions, which are rich in superstition […]
The Alta Valtellina is a land of flavors from the past and its cuisine is simple and genuine, and is based on the local products specific to […]
The Stelvio National Park is one of the largest historical parks in Italy: found in the heart of the Central-Eastern Alps, with the massifs of […]
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Valdisotto, a narrow corridor of land by the river Adda, connects Bormio with the rest of the Valtellina. It is also known as the “entrance” […]
Bormio is located in the center of the Alta Valtellina, and thus it is easy to reach various nearby locations, including those in the province of Sondrio, […]
The Valfurva opens on the east side of the valley of Bormio and goes for about 15.5 miles miles (25 km) up into the Ortles-Cevedale group of mountains. […]
Valdidentro is located in the heart of the Alta Valtellina, about halfway between the town of Bormio and the area extra-customs of Livigno, and only a few […]
Bormio is located at an altitude of 4019 feet (1,225 meters), in a wide natural basin surrounded by the mountains of the Ortles-Cevedale group, and […]
Always in motion outdoors Winter, in the Alta Valtellina, means above all white, snow, and cold. It is ski season, in all its forms: from downhill to […]
The rebirth of nature The long winter has ended and nature is slowly awakening from its long hibernation—as are the animals of the Stelvio National Park. […]
Relaxing in the Great Outdoors The summer is the season of vibrant colors: the green of the woods, the pastures, and the meadows; the blue of the […]
Autumn is the season in which the earth prepares for the long winter hibernation, but the territory of the Alta Valtellina still offers many opportunities. A outing in the […]
A Thousand years of relaxation To say that the enjoyment of relaxation in Bormio and in Alta Valtellina is millennial is non-trivial: in fact, the […]
History and culture in the heart of the Alps Bormio and the Alta Valtellina, thanks to their strategic position in the heart of the Alps, […]
Sports for all, 365 days a year For those who are looking for an active holiday including virtually all sports , then Bormio in the […]
Bormio and its Valleys are the perfect place for children and families, thanks to the many activities dedicated to them. Ski, bike and thermal baths: […]
Bormio and its springs During the Middle Ages Bormio was an important location of transit along the routes of communication between north and south of the Alps. […]
Anyone who spends a holiday in Bormio will find it difficult to resist the pull of the great outdoors, and to get out of the […]
In the heart of the Rhaetian Alps Bormio and the Alta Valtellina are located in the center of a natural basin in the Rhaetian Alps (central/eastern Alps […]
In Bormio, and the neighboring towns of the Alta Valtellina, gastronomy and handicrafts mix together in the local culture. Both are intertwined with ancient customs, and they […]