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Bormio Ski Resort Guide

Ski Italy

Bormio Ski Resort Guide

Bormio Ski Resort Guide

Bormio photo

Bormio

Photo credit: Chavdar

Slope Stats

  • 3012m

  • 1787m

  • 1225m

  • Acres of ski:-
  • Pistes:44
  • Snowmaking:35%
  • Halfpipes:-
  • Terrain Parks:-
  • X-Country:12 km
  • beginner25%
  • intermediate60%
  • advanced15%

Bormio is an ancient spa town that nestles in the mountain and is full of rustic charm. The mountain has almost 50km of piste but your pass also covers the nearby ski resorts of Santa Caterina and Valdidentro. Both are linked by a ski bus. The main hill at Bormio has a good mix of open runs at the top and tree lined pistes towards the base. The slopes at Bormiao are aimed at intermediate level but there are some beginner runs too. Experts may become bored as there is little in the way of challenging terrain save the top-to-bottom downhill run. Off the mountain Bormio is rustic, streets are cobbled and there is an air of being transported back in time. Unfortunately, much of the accommodation is outside the centre but it is easy enough to get back in to visit the odd bar or two. If your muscles ache, try heading to the ancient roman baths.

Travel

  • Nearest Airport:Milan / Milano
  • Nearest Train Station:Tirano
  • Tourist Office Phone:+39 0342 903300
  • Tourist Office Website:www.bormio.com
  • Slopeside accommodation:yes
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Lifts

  • Season opens:30 Nov 2019
  • Season closes:13 Apr 2020
  • Lifts:14 (5 chair lifts, 6 surface lifts)
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  •   5
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:7 Oct
  • Last Snowfall:7 October 2019
  • Snow Depth (upper):
  • Snow Depth (lower):
  • Piste:-
  • Off-piste:-

Today’s Weather (2118 m)view full snow forecast

night
partly cloudy
15 SSE15
8 °CF-Level
3600m
AM
rain showers
10 SSE10
7 °CF-Level
3350m
PM
light rain
10 SSE10
7 °CF-Level
3000m

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Visitor Reviews of Bormio

BLM from United Kingdom writes:

We've been here twice now: late January 2018 and late March 2019. On both occasions, we've had a great time. The main mountain in Bormio is good for two or three days and day trips to Santa Caterina and Livigno add to the overall enjoyment. Bormio's second mountain, Le Motte, is a real hidden gem; nice, fast blue and red runs down through the trees with very few people around getting in your way. We stayed at Hotel Eden in 2018 and Hotel Rezia in 2019. Both hotels were superb and excellent value for money; Hotel Rezia just edged it for the amount of space available within the hotel, but we also enjoyed the modern design at Hotel Eden. Both the Keller steak house and the restaurant under the Sunrise pub provided us with top quality, good value dining and the Clem Pub is a great place to enjoy a few beers each evening either side of dinner. Special mention goes to the ski hire shop 'OK GO' opposite the main lift station. The lady who runs it is incredibly polite, friendly and efficient and we were provided with ski lockers in which to leave our skis at the end of each day. The lift pass allows you to ski in Livigno and Santa Caterina (it's pretty easy to get to both if you've hired a car from the airport). The town of Bormio is very attractive to walk around in the evening. Overall, a top quality ski destination at half the price of similar resorts in France or Switzerland.

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