Spring with your family in Valtellina


Valtellina awaits you with lots of run springtime experiences:  river sports, bike rides, walks in parks and the sights and sounds of the mountains Valtellina is the ideal destination for spending quality time with your family. Whether you are having fun, relaxing or learning, there are plenty of ideas that will make everyone happy - young and old.


If you are looking for excitement, river sports in Valtellina are perfect. Whether rafting or canoeing along the river Adda, excitement is guaranteed for young and old alike. A day on the rapids can also be teamed with a Fly emotion experience, pure emotion and breath-taking views as you slide through the uncontaminated mountain valley along a steel wire attached to a harness. No effort required, the only thing you do is enjoy the flight and admire the panorama. 

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Two wheels are perfect for spending time together in Valtellina. The Sentiero Valtellina trail and the Ciclabile della Valchiavenna cycle path invite you to discover this region at a slow pace. The two routes, 100 kilometres the former, 50 the latter, meet up near the Pian di Spagna Nature Reserve. These two pedestrian-cycle paths run mainly on the flat, with just a few slight inclines and can be tackled by anyone, even by families with children. There are lots of mountain bike trails: Livigno, Bormio, Tirano, Valdidentro, Valdisotto and many other places totally immersed in nature.

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Another unique way of discovering Valtellina is trekking and walks in the mountain, with one of the many mountain chalets as the destination for your excursion. Many of these chalets are accessible after an easy walk, making them suitable for children of all ages and a unique opportunity for enjoying the mountains and healthy physical exercise.  

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food and wine

To complete your trip, why not spend a few pleasant hours around the table with the whole family?  Even in the spring Valtellina is a chance to enjoy the typical flavours of the Alps. From cheese tasting, starring the exquisite Bitto PDO, accompanied by DOC and DOCG wines, to the more delicate flavours of Bresaola and Valtellina honey for smaller visitors.
A plate of pizzoccheri in Teglio is the best way to discover the very soul of Valtellina cuisine. Buon appetito!

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