Bormio Ski Area 1225-3012
80 km of ski slopes served by 24 lifts divided into cableways and lifts. Here we find the legendary Stelvio Slope where every year there is the downhill World Cup and on Thursdays you can ski at night with perfectly illuminated slopes. In Bormio 2ooo you find the snowpark meeting place for snowboarders and freeriders. Apart from the marked slopes, Bormio offers 2 zones (Vallone-place of skiers) with possibility of practicing freeride; it is compulsory to get an avalanche transceiver shovel probe backpack and it is recommended to be accompanied by guides. These slopes are well exposed to the sun and they are ideal for all types of skiers.
Valdidentro Ski Area 1345 - 2550
30 km of slopes divided into 8 paths on 2 sides of the mountains; they are paricularly funny and not too challenging. You can admire a sunny and breathtaking scenery and can reach the top by a cable car departing from Isolaccia. At the top there is a plateau with lifts and chair lifts which is ideal for beginners and families. There are also 10 km of cross-country ski trails and the opportunity to practice Biathlon.
Valfurva Ski Area 1720-2890
35 km of slopes with 10 lifts, cable cars and chair-lifts. Snow is always at the top due to its strategic location, stunning views of the Ortles-Cevedale group. Here is the famous track Deborah Comapgnoni. A descent that leaves no breathing. It is an emotion to feel, ideal for skiers of all levels. You also find 15 km of Nordic ski trails, where international competitions are held every year.