Most of the slopes are above tree level and the views from the mountain tops are stunning. You can ski ... Read more
Most of the slopes are above tree level and the views from the mountain tops are stunning. You can ski on both sides of the valley, the Carasello and Costaccia areas on one side and the Mottolino on the other.
There are a few black runs to challenge the advanced skier. These can be found on the Teola as well as on the Carasello, where you will find a few testing runs. You can also go to neighbouring St. Moritz.
Both the Mottolino and Carasello offer great skiing for the intermediate skier. An abundance of long red and easy black runs will keep the intermediate skier more than occupied. If you want to explore new terrain why not visit neighbouring St. Moritz for a days skiing.
Livigno has a wide choice of beginner runs at resort level. Before long, beginners will be able to ski on the Costaccia and the gentle blue runs of the Passo d’Eira
Ski school is available for children from five years old, with adults. A service for 3-5 year olds operates from Sunday - Friday, 08.30-15.00 at the Ali-Baba kindergarten (book locally).
Livigno really is geared up to keep even the best boarder entertained! The resort offers some 70km of piste for all levels of boarder and is great for beginners with dedicated schools offering friendly, expert tuition.
Fantastic! Livigno offers lively après-ski to suit all tastes. Choose between traditional Italian restaurants serving local cuisine (eating out is inexpensive), restaurants serving excellent pizzas, or go straight for the nightlife consisting of lively bars and fun pubs. Try Galli’s Pub, Marcos and Daphnes pub for a draft Guinness. There are also two discos in resort. Bargain hunters can enjoy extensive duty-free shopping.
Based on weekly average snowfall data November 2000 - April 2018