The ski resort of Bormio is ideal for those who love walking in the mountains. The spacious and beautiful valleys that surround the Magnificent Land provide numerous and interesting routes that wind around the heart of the Stelvio National Park between pastures and snow-covered peaks. Every day you can choose the most suitable route based on your fitness and your curiosity surrounded by unspoilt nature. A wide range of proposals that includes both routes suitable only for more experienced people as well as many paths feasible for the whole family, ideal for spending a pleasant afternoon during your holiday in the mountains. Alongside the low-altitude walks, you will find information about routes to reach the more evocative and unforgettable peaks and mountain pastures, as well as reports relating to the on-site presence of refuges, ideal to rest and recuperate or, to spend the night if you want to do a longer trek of more than one day. Remember that while in the mountains you must be careful, and that if you are not familiar with the area, it is advisable to be accompanied by mountain guides who will be glad to show you breathtaking views and the most beautiful sights. We wish everyone a good walk!
A plunge in history over two thousand years long, from the Roman Baths to the centuries-old caves that lead to one of the ancient springs, up to the external rooftop pool overlooking the Bormio valley.
The ski area of Bormio has two slopes: that of Vallecetta and St. Columba, offering ski runs suitable for all levels for a total of over 80 km served by 24 lifts and a snow park.
Bormio Bike was founded with the desire to make available to everyone the main GPS mapped paths in the ski resort areas of Livigno, Bormio and Alta Valtellina in the Stelvio National Park, developed with the direct experience of our guides.
Chalet La Rugiada
Via Roma 82/b