The ski resort Bormio – Cima Bianca is located in the Valtelline Valley (Italy, Lombardy). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 50 km of slopes available. 11 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 1,225 and 3,012 m.
With a difference of almost 1800 altitude metres and a long ski season, the ski resort that ranges up over the 3000 metre mark is very popular. The slopes lead down to the valley from below the Monte Vallecetta (3148m). Bormio has hosted the Alpine World Ski Championships on more than one occasion. The slopes became famous during the World Ski Championships of 1985 and 2005.
|Easy||14 km (28 %)|
|Intermediate||32 km (64 %)|
|Difficult||4 km (8 %)|
|Elevation info||620 m - 1957 m (Difference 1337 m)|
|Ski lifts|| |
|Lift ticket||€ 47,- (Day ticket main season)|
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