Alpine skiing

Skiing, snowboarding and freeriding: all the thrills, on and off-piste


With breathtaking landscapes and unsurpassed skiing, Valtellina packs a punch when it comes to the winter season.

Alpine skiing with over 400 km of runs is only half the story! Snowboarders can find their freestyle thrills at the snowparks here in Valtellina – hit up one of the many designated sites, with well-prepared features for all levels. Expect to get airtime on the ramps, use the rails, box features and kicker lines to gain skills, and get your adrenaline pumping on the halfpipes.

Freeriders won’t go home disappointed either: from Bormio to Livigno, Valmalenco to Madesimo, where you’ll find the legendary Canalone (one of the hottest freeride routes in the Alps), powder-chasers should get set for an epic time in Valtellina. Make sure you consult the avalanche bulletin and equip yourself with an ARTVA (avalanche transceiver), backpack, shovel and probe. Going out with a qualified mountain guide or ski instructor is strongly advised.



From free ski-passes to Settimane Bianche (White Weeks) with special promotional prices, trains that whisk you to the snow, family offers, and favourable weekend rates! Over the course of the season, expect to see many unmissable ski offers for amazing winter holidays when it comes to having one eye on the powder and one eye on your budget!


Valtellina offers skiing, all year round! From May to November, it’s possible to ski on the Stelvio Pass, the largest summer skiing area in the Alps with more than 20 km of pisted runs and tracks for cross-country ski training. Throughout this period, you’ll find top athletes preparing for the coming winter’s World Cup races. You may well bump into these phenomenal sportspeople on the slopes.


At night, Livigno, Bormio, Santa Caterina Valfurva, Madesimo and Aprica all arrange for floodlit slopes on certain evenings. Hit the illuminated runs for an unforgettable experience under a starry sky during your winter holiday here. Night skiing schedule.