The alpine region of Alta Valtellina lies in Lombardy.
In Alta Valtellina four popular ski resorts formed one major associated ski resort, named after the region "Alta Valtellina".
At the very western end of Alta Valtellina lies Livigno ski resort. Livigno is a paradise for freeskiers and snowboarders. Two fun parks guarantee endless freestyle fun. But there is also a lot to do for the "normal" skiers: 115 kilometers of excellent slopes, mostly for advanced skiers and experts.
Not far east of Livigno lies Valdidentro in the Stilfser Joch National Park. There, you can go skiing beneath Cima Piazzi Glacier on more than 30 kilometers of groomed slopes.
A little further to the east lies Bormio, the largest of the four ski resorts. It offers more than 50 Kilometers of finest slopes that thrill skiers from all over the world.
At the eastern end of Alta Valtellina lies Santa Caterina Valfurva. There are 35 Kilometers of slopes of all difficulties for everyone. Also, there are 15 kilometers of cross-country ski tracks at Santa Caterina.
- Elevated between 1,225 m and 3,012 m, the Ski Resort is among the 15 highest elevated Ski Resorts in Italy. The vertical drop from summit to base is 1,787 m. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Italy is 941 m. Most runs are therefore relatively long.
- Alta Valtellina is the the best rated ski resort in Lombardy.
- It is known to be the most family-friendly ski resort in Italy.
- Season starts on 1 Dec and ends on 14 Apr (134 days). Average season duration in Italy is 129 days.
- The ski resort is among the 3 ski Resorts with best conditions in Lombardy.
- Alta Valtellina features 33 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Italy is 47 sunny days. January is the sunniest month with an average of 11 sunny days.
- Offering 230 km of slopes and terrain, Alta Valtellina is the largest ski resort in Italy.
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