1,800 metres downhill and one legendary ski run: the Stelvio!
is Bormio ski area’s official slogan and couldn’t ring any truer. With 1,800
metres of vertical drop – from 3,012 metres at the Cima Bianca right down to
the town of Bormio at 1,225 m.s.l – Bormio has everything you need for
Amongst its most famous offerings, the Stelvio – the host of multiple rounds of the World Cup – is considered one of the most technically demanding, adrenaline-pumping pistes in the Alps. There are also many other runs that are suitable for beginners and intermediates. Families are well served in Bormio, particularly by the Funslope, which does exactly as its name suggests, as well as the Family Park, presenting the ideal introduction to freestyle.
The 500-metre-long snow park with 200 metres of drop in Bormio 2000 should be on the tick list of every snowboarder, and freeriders can enjoy two stunning off-piste areas: the Vallone with two main routes – La Classica and La Croce; and the Posto degli Sciatori, between 2,000 and 2,700 metres.
With a single ski pass, you can also access the nearby ski resorts of Valfurva and Valdidentro/Valdisotto.
During the winter, this ski area hosts a number of big events, of which the men’s FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is one to put in the diary.
Bormio is open for skiing from late November until April… then from May until November you can base yourself on the pistes of the Stelvio Pass, the largest summer skiing zone in the Alps!
Bormio will stage the men’s Alpine skiing races on the legendary Stelvio!
Altitude: from 1225 m to 3012 m
Ski Lifts: 15
Ski runs: 50 km (2 black runs, 6 red runs, 5 blue runs)
Artificial snow: 40 km
Via Molini 11
Tel: +39 0342 904433 / +39 335 6026720 / +39 0342 904176