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The Town of Bormio

Bormio, 1.225 m above sea level, is a town located in Lombardy, a region of northern Italy – in the neighborhood of world-famous ski resorts, including Livigno, St. Moritz and Scuol. The municipal territory covers 41 km². The feratel webcam installed at more than 3,000 m above sea level provides a great panoramic view of the Bormio ski area.

Things to Do in Bormio

Bormio is a famous winter sport resort. The annual Alpine Ski World Cup has made Bormio famous worldwide. But not only professional athletes love this ski area. The slopes Stelvio, Valbella and Betulle are very popular among demanding skiers and snowboarders. Skiers who are not yet comfortable skiing slopes like this have 50 km of pistes offering easier runs down into the valley. You can check the feratel webcam for information about the opening and closing times of the lifts and pistes. Freeriders and ski tourers can choose from a variety of backcountry tours. Cross-country skiers can enjoy 13 km of easy cross-country ski trails in Bormio. The best way to end a day of winter sports is to visit one of the spas – relax and enjoy being pampered!

In summer, Bormio is especially popular with two-wheeled vehicle drivers. Many motorcyclists come to Bormio going over the nearby Stilfserjoch, Gavia and Bernina Passes. The surrounding mountain world with its passes und graveled roads also provides attractive opportunities for road biking and mountain biking. And there are no limits to hiking pleasures – hikers will find much to love along the paths and hikes in the Stilfserjoch National Park.

Places of Interest

A ride aboard the small red Rhaetian Railway is a special highlight. It goes from Tirano directly to St. Moritz, Switzerland. In Bormio the historic town center, the city museum and the mineralogical museum are worth visiting. When the weather is fine, take a leisurely walk through the Botanic Alpine Garden.