Lombardy is a region that has much to offer to those who love skiing and sports in touch with nature.
Lombardy is a northern Italian region bordering Piedmont, Veneto, Trentino and Switzerland, regions and countries with a high skiing vocation, which feature some of the most beautiful ski areas. It could only be this way, given the presence of the majestic Alps, which surround the Northern Italy.Particularly Lombardy, especially in its most northern part, offers unique natural landscapes in contact with the pure beauty of the landscape and the sweetness of snow.It’s enough to mention the two natural parks of the Stelvio, one of the oldest and largest among the Italian parks, which borders the Swiss National Park and the Adamello Brenta one, also in Lombardy, for a total of over 400,000 hectares of pristine nature in the heart of the Alps.
Skiing at Bormio
Three mountains acting as a real amphitheater, Cima Piazzi, Vallecetta and Reit, home to the town of Bormio. Here lies one of the most famous ski resorts in Italy, because on its grandiose Stelvio slope has been held for over 20 years, the descent of the Men's World Cup.Glacier skiing at the Passo dello Stelvio, night skiing, more than 50 kilometers of ski slopes
for alpine skiing, ski schools for the little ones ... there’s really a lot of fun in Bormio, in Lombardy!Also worth of mentioning the spa, for a relaxing day.
Skiing in Livigno
Livigno retains an ancient beauty, with small houses of great charm. 115 kilometers of ski slopes for every taste, ranging from a height of 2800 to 1800 meters, to ski in complete freedom.Livigno
is also known as the "Little Tibet" because of its geographical and climatic characteristics, which make it resemble a Himalayan region.