Situated at an altitude of 1225 metres above sea level at the base of the Stelvio Pass, Bormio is a small village situated in the Lombardy region of Italy, in the heart of the Alta Valtellina. Known as the Magnificient Land since ancient times thanks to its natural beauty, Bormio is still today one of the most attractive holiday destinations of the italian Alps.
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. Off the mountain Bormio is rustic, streets are cobbled and there is an air of being transported back in time. If your muscles ache, try heading to the ancient roman baths.
Here you can spend unforgettable ski weeks and enjoy the slopes where the Ski World Championships have been staged.