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Bormio and its Valleys are a paradise for those who love skiing: three ski areas and more than 115 km of ski runs!

Bormio Skipass: one ski pass – 3 ski areas!

With the Bormio Skipass you can enjoy skiing in three ski resort areas (Bormio – 50 km and 15 ski lifts; S. Caterina Valfurva – 35 km and 9 ski lifts and S. Colombano – 30 km and 12 ski lifts) with 115 km of ski runs for all levels, beginners and expert skiers alike! And, moreover, with the “Bormio ski pass” you can benefit of free and fast transport with the ski bus to the ski resort areas!

Discover all the news regarding the winter season 2018/19

For the ones wishing to ski also in the Livigno ski area, the ideal solution is the “Ski Pass Alta Valtellina” (valid for Bormio, Livigno, S. Colombano and S. Caterina Valfurva)

Visit the Bormio Ski website for further information regarding ski pass, special offers, ski runs and lift facilities

The legendary Stelvio ski run

Downhill skiing at Bormio can be summarized in one word: Stelvio, the ski run of champions.
Home of the World Championships, World Cup, and the downhill men’s race, in Bormio adrenaline rules: starting from Bormio 3000, at the top of Cima Bianca (9882 feet/3012 meters), it is possible to descend to Bormio (4019 feet/1225 meters) without stopping—but it requires a pair of very fit legs!

The slopes of Bormio, however, are suitable for all levels of skiers and snowboarders, from beginners to experts. The Bormio resort on Mount Vallecetta extends from town to Bormio 2000, and then up to Bormio 3000, and comprises 15 lifts. These lifts include gondola, tram, several modern detachable chair lifts, plus a few older chair and poma lifts. The 31 miles (50 km) of ski runs are well marked, and are categorized by difficulty in red, blue, and black. There is also the nursery slope for beginners, playground in the snow for the youngest visitors, plus ski and snowboard schools and a rental shop.

Of course, before, during, and after your many runs down the mountain, you will find a very rich selection of refuges, après-ski bars, and restaurants.

Visit the Bormio Ski website

Ski all year round

From the end of November to April you can ski in Bormio, and then from May to November you can try the slopes of the glacier above the Stelvio Pass, which is the largest summer ski area in the Alps!

Visit the Stelvio Pass website


apertura impianti di risalita

Discover the operating dates of the Bormio ski season 2020/2021. Don’t miss a day on the slopes!

Ski season 2020/2021

Practising sports and outdoor activities during winter is good for both body and soul. Find out what Bormio has to offer.

Winter outdoor activities in Bormio
Peter Fill

Thursday December 26 11:45 a.m. – First official training Men’s Downhill Race (Ski Stadium)

Audi FIS Ski World Cup 2019: downhill and combined race

Take part to this amazing event, follow the Ski World Cup races and activities in Bormio.

Bormio Ski World Cup 2018, events and activities
Bormio freeride festival

Do you love powder skiing? Then discover the new Bormio Freeride Festival from 16 to 24 March

Bormio Freeride Festival
sci e terme con bormio pass

In the heart of the Italian Alps there is a place that since the ancient times offers a real symphony of winter wellness.

Bormio Pass: skiing and thermal baths
sci notturno 2018 bormio

Discover night skiing 2019 in Bormio and Santa Caterina Valfurva!

Night skiing 2019
peak to creek 2018

The traditional amateur ski race PEAK TO CREEK has officially opened the enrollments for the edition 2018!

Peak to Creek 2018: the endless ski run

On the occasion of the Audi Ski World Cup, Bormio comes alive and is ready to welcome the World Cup athletes with moments of celebration.

Bormio Ski World Cup: events in town
audi fis ski world cup: bormio 2017

The Audi FIS Ski World Cup is back on the Stelvio slope of Bormio. After three wonderful editions on the Dopo Deborah Compagnoni slope of Santa Caterina […]

Audi FIS Ski World Cup in Bormio