Ski Bormio: the longest skiable descent in Italy

From the Pista Stelvio, ski run of the great champions, to family ski slopes

All ski enthusiasts, on arriving at Bormio 3000, revel in what they find: a ski run of 1800 m difference in altitude, all the way down to Bormio itself.


As a matter of fact, Bormio boasts the ski slopes with the greatest altitude drop in all of Italy, with runs of all levels of difficulty.


Above all, Bormio 3000 is the part of the ski area with the greatest snowfall, where the snow remains excellent well into the season thanks to its high altitude. Expert skiers can challenge themselves on the long ski runs, while families can also enjoy the spectacle: the 4-person chairlift Valbella-Bormio 3000 serves a ski run suitable for children who can then return to Bormio 2000 with the cable-car.


Before starting on the long run down, come to the Panoramic Restaurant Heaven 3000 for a snack or simply for a break: it will give you the energy needed for a fabulous descent!


More information about the ski runs and ski lifts can be found on the official website of Bormio Ski.


Ski schools of Bormio

If you want to learn how to ski, perfect your technique or learn a new discipline, such as freeride or freestyle, you can trust the ski and snowboard schools of Bormio and their instructors.

Choose your Bormio ski school here.