This historic resort offers the winter sport visitor a bustling traditional town atmosphere, Italian Alpine ambiance, stunning scenery and a fantastic range of intermediate skiing. It’s no wonder why Bormio is one of the classic venues on the Alpine Skiing World Cup circuit. Home to one of the longest, most sustainable fall line skiable verticals, the 1787m descent from the summit of Cime Bianca to the village below, certainly endorses Bormio earning the reputation as a long-established resort with a skiing pedigree popular with the winter sports enthusiast.
Bormio ski area and more
The lift ticket called BORMIO SKIPASS allows you to ski in 3 different ski areas for a total of 110 km of ski slopes: Santa Caterina (7 lifts and 35 km of slopes), a white paradise nestled in the Stelvio National Park, Bormio (14 lifts and 50 km of slopes), the ultimate summit-to-base ski run in the Alps, a legend of world skiing since 1985 (and venue that will host the 2026 Winter Olympics) . Cima Piazzi-San Colombano (10 lifts and 25 km of slopes), the family-sized ski area
The three ski areas are connected by a ski shuttle bus service (free for ski pass holders) which allows you to reach the ski resorts quickly, approx. 20 minutes.
Mountain facts - Bormio
Resort Height 1225m
1 x World Cup Course
Snow Making Coverage 90%
Bormio Ski Pass – Bormio, Santa Catarina & Cima Piazzi-San Colombano
Total Pistes 110km
Total Lift 31 lifts
Bormio Après ski hours are often lively and fun at the slope-side bars up at Bormio 2000, and at its gondola base terminal. Specifically, check out the BeWhite bar , especially at the weekends. Nightlife in Bormio town itself is very much a local scene, and revolves around a few informal bars, a handful of trendy wine-bars, plus a couple of small nightclubs
The delightful Bormio old quarter is filled with historic buildings, piazzas, fountains, churches and chapels, perfect for a stroll, particularly around the partly pedestrianised cobbled streets of the Via Roma with its excellent selection of interesting shops, cosy café-bars and great restaurants.
There are three fabulous spa complexes in and around Bormio, all fed by naturally hot mineral-rich springs. All offer various indoor and outdoor bathing pools, saunas and steam rooms, plus a vast range of wellness and beauty treatments. The town also has an Olympic-standard ice rink and a modern multi-sports and fitness centre.