Bormio

Bormio has a long history of visitors.  First built by the Romans, Bormio’s “olde world” charm is due to the cobbled streets, medieval buildings and natural hot springs nestled in the mountain.  There are museums, interesting shops and superb restaurants with a great atmosphere.  Bormio has hosted the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships twice and is a regular stop on the World Cup Circuit.  With close to 50 kilometres of marked ski runs served by 14 lifts, Bormio offers a great variety of terrain with something to suit everyone.

Gateway City             Milan 204km


Why Bormio

  • Bomio is the valley that has been known since ancient times for its thermal baths.
  • Those who want to feel the emotion of skiing on a slope where the best athletes in the world have skied can try the “Stelvio” which is one of the most beautiful and difficult downhill courses in the world
  • Part of theAlta Valtellina ski area with access to over 184km of downhill skiing, with 112 individual pistes, served by 62 ski lifts

Bormio Mountain Statistics

Summit 3012m
Base 1225m
Vertical 1787m
Acres
Lifts 14
Runs 47km
Average Snowfall 900cm
Beginner 35%
Intermediate 48%
Advanced 17%