Ski Bormio: the longest skiable downhill run in Italy

From the Stelvio Run of the great champions, to easy skiing for families

Skiing is one of the most popular activities in Bormio during the winter.

The 1800m change in altitude from top to bottom renders the ski area of Bormio the greatest skiable altitude drop in all of Italy, with suitable slopes for all abilities.


With Bormio Skipass you can also ski in the nearby slopes of:

  • Santa Caterina Valfurva,
  • Valdidentro – Oga – San Colombano,

all easily accessbile from Bormio.


Bormio and the Stelvio Run


The Stelvio Run is surely the most famous ski run of Bormio, having hosted the World Championships, the World Cup, and the men’s “free descent” for several years.


Bormio, however, from the Cima Bianca at 3012 m, better known as Bormio 3000, to the town at 1225m, offers slopes for all, from beginners to experts. Modern ski lifts serve the 50 km of available slopes.


For the youngest skiers there is also a playground in the snow at the base of the cable car Bormio – Bormio 2000; and a childcare centre at Bormio 2000.


Ski schools in Bormio


If you want to learn how to ski, perfect your technique, or learn a new discipline such as Freeride or Freestyle, you can have complete confidence in the ski instructors and ski / snowboard schools of Bormio.

Choose here your Bormio ski school or contact us to receive an advice.


Refuges in the Bormio Ski Area

During your ski day, don’t forget to take a break in one of the refuges in the ski area. If you want to enjoy a 360 degree panoramic view of Bormio and the surrounding mountains, we await you at the Rifugio Heaven 3000: the panoramic terrace overlooking Bormio, and the perfect point of departure for a day of Freeride.

Photo: Bormioski

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