- Snow-sure skiing with a resort altitude of 3000 metres
- Regular host of the World Cup downhill circuit
- Ideal for beginner to intermediate level skiers
- Home to biggest vertical in Italy (1787 metres)
- Bormio town provides an authentic Alpine experience
Why choose this resort?
Well known as the host of World Cup races, we are delighted to re-introduce the bustling resort of Bormio for winter 2016/17. The 3 ski areas of Bormio, Santa Caterina and San Colombano-Oga/Valdidentro are now combined in one pass, offering a great range of skiing and over 100kms of piste. Our accommodation is within walking distance from the main gondola and is adjacent to the resort centre. With ski hire and lockers on the mountain at Bormio 2000, along with the main ski school meeting point, Skibound groups can walk to the gondola in their own shoes / trainers and enjoy an ideal resort set up at the mid station. Hot lunches are also provided for our groups, next to the ski school meeting point on the slopes at Bormio 2000. The snow-sure, high level skiing of Bormio provides a great variety of pistes for all abilities. The historic, pedestrianised centre of Bormio contrasts with the more recently developed outskirts. Bormio has a range of shops and cafes, along with swimming and ice skating/curling. Bowling is possible in nearby Livigno (30km).
On the slopes
With the Bormio and Valli pass providing 110km of skiable terrain, the ski area opens up to a great choice of slopes to suit all ability levels. The main nursery area in Bormio is at 2000m, at the mid station of the main gondola. By the end of the week, beginners will be able to continue to the summit of the Cime Bianca at over 3000m and enjoy the long blue run down. Bormio, with its long sweeping runs and fast easy routes is a haven for intermediate skier. Experts will be tested by the Pista Stelvio, the course for the men’s downhill in the 1995 World Championship.
|Calais (Coach) to Bormio||16 hours |
|Milan Bergamo to Bormio||3 hours 30 mins |
|Milan Malpensa to Bormio||4 hours |
|Verona to Bormio||4 hours |
|Innsbruck to Bormio||4 hours |