Livigno Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:-
- Terrain Parks:2
- X-Country:40 km
High up in the Italian Alps and close to the Swiss border, Livigno is the Valtellina valley’s flagship resort and a great destination for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. As a high altitude resort, Livigno is virtually snow guaranteed and the slopes are open from the end of November to the start of May. Winner of the 2012 World Snow Awards, Livigno is not only a paradise for skiers and snowboarders but is also popular with shoppers, who come to browse the 250 shops and take advantage of the resort's duty free status. Livigno also has a legendary status for those apres-ski fans. Accommodation to suit all budgets from 1 star to 5 star and superb ski schools so fantastic for beginners and intermediates.
- Nearest Airport:Milan / Milano
- Nearest Train Station:Tirano (IT) or Zernez (CH)
- Tourist Office Phone:+39 0342 052200
- Tourist Office Website:www.skipasslivigno.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
Announcements & News from the Livigno ski resort manager
Ski pass for free in selected apartments when booking stays of 7 nights. Offer is for 1st December to 21st December
Carosello 3000 gondola opening next few days. 100% of runs and lifts expected to be open by 8th December
World Rookie Tour - 12/1 to 16/1 - Competition for under 18 year old Snowboarders who will challenge in the Snowpark Mottolino from 12th to 16th January 2019.
La Skieda 30/3 to 6/4/19 - International Telemark Festival
Latest Snow Reportview full snow report
- Issued:17 Jan
- Last Snowfall:17 January 2019
- Snow Depth (upper):196cm
- Snow Depth (lower):71cm
- Piste:Packed powder or groomed snow
Today’s Weather (2306 m)view full snow forecast
Livigno Location Maps
Visitor Reviews of Livigno
Stan Wiszkowski from United States writes:
I came from Poland to the US 34 years ago. After years of skiing east (ice skiing), west (powder) and Canada I discover Europe again. First Austria and France and now this year, in April, I'll be visiting Livigno for the 3rd time. In April, there are 80% Polish skiers and the rest are mostly Eastern Europeans. Mottolino has few very demanding runs and a lodge (on higher elevation ) with DJ. I always have a great time being there around and after lunch time. Music and dances are great. Prices are low and food is good; what else can I expect? This is the place to ski and have fun.
Just note: now I live in South Florida yards from Keys.