Bormio Ski Resort Guide
Despite its popularity, the skiing at Bormio is fairly limited with only 33kms of marked runs catering mainly for beginners and intermediates. However, the advantages of Bormio are that it is an excellent place to learn, with highly respected ski schools. Additionally, snow conditions are generally reliable with high, snow-sure pistes and woodland runs supplemented by artificial snow. The longest run at Bormio is six kilometres, and the pistes are linked by a system of 16 lifts.
Snowboarding skiing in Bormio
The new terrain park is the main attraction, though the slopes may be too steep for beginners and not much for experienced boarders either.
Après ski skiing in Bormio
Although Bormio’s slopes are not the best in the Alps, the ski resort offers a profusion of alternative activities, both indoor and outdoor. Bormio is particularly well known for its spa/thermal treatments, and these are the perfect way to indulge a cold, aching body after a day’s skiing. Additional outdoor pastimes include: ice-skating, mono-skiing, snowboarding and horseback riding. Indoor facilities accommodate swimming, tennis, squash, sauna and fitness training.