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Ski Information for Livigno

The natural beauty, along with a number of winter activities makes it a must-go winter location for ski-enthusiasts. Ski ranges offer different difficulty levels to challenge everyone. If you’re a beginner, you can experience off-piste skiing with the help of freeride experts, or race through cross-country ski track covering up to 30km.

Livigno comprises of 115 slopes of various heights ranging from 1,700 to 2,900 meters in altitude, with a combination of 13 black, 36 red, and 28 blue pistes. The skiing process is made easy with the help of proper lift mechanism, comprising of six cableways, 14 chair lifts and 12 ski lifts based on two mountain slopes.

Over 200 Ski experts, trained by Italian Ski School are always ready to help you out at the resort. Familiarize yourself with multiple disciplines, from alpine skiing to Nordic skiing. For snowboarders, there is snowboarding opportunity in the largest snow park of Italy. You can explore Livigno from the top with the help of a paraglider or through a helicopter.

Skiing in Livigno

The ski area is separated in two by the village. On one-half, the hardest skiing is log on by the ‘Mottolino gondola’ and goes up to 2800 meters at ‘Monte Della Neve’ from where the resort's two black pistes go back towards the tree line. The greater skiing area is welcomed by the two-stage ‘Carosello 3000 ski Centre’ from the southern end to the centre of the village. The Centre is home to extensive plane trails, well above the tree line and is classified as red pistes – a treat for intermediates.More experienced skiers may like to take challenge the Alta Valtellina area passage, which includes a day's skiing in the Swiss Engadin region. This famed region hosts about a dozen famous resorts, such as St Moritz, Pontresina, Samedan, Silvaplana, and Zuoz. Along with complete access to Livigno's neighbours - World Championships Centre Bormio, Santa Caterina, and San Colombano. Some serious trekking may be required to cover all the area in a single go.

In Livigno, the area of Trepalle, underneath Monte Della Neve, is predominantly attractive to off-piste skiers and snowboarders. It is also considered as Europe's highest occupied parish between 1850 and 2500 meters and is a place of true peace and magnificent beauty that you can cherish throughout the year. Cross-country skiers have 42km of trail around the sunlit vale where a famous international race, known as, “the Sgambeda” takes place before every Christmas.
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    Afterski & Nightlife in Livigno

    Après-ski activities are an integral part of any ski break, and Livigno is a significant and lively resort with lots on offer. Whether your liking is for nightclubbing or pub-crawling, you're sure to catch something to help make your vacation unforgettable in Livigno.The great range of Livigno’s nightlife appeals to young crowds who come for the party, so throughout high season, expect a wild time in several bars and clubs. The Italians themselves, are a relaxed, welcoming people, which helps to build the prodigious atmosphere of the town, there’s no showy attitude in Livigno, and snowboarders and skiers are greeted with equal enthusiasm.

    Après-ski and clubbing

    If you are going down from the slopes, be sure to try après ski bar ‘Kosmo’ to give your leg a much-needed rest and to enjoy a beautiful drink. The setting is calmer than some people’s expectations – and the amazing places are scattered around, but we haven’t witnessed them missing life. Instead, each place has its charm. Around teatime, visit Tea dal Vidal near the bottom of Mottolino – for lovely snack time. Visit Stalet bar at the base of the Carosello and or the Umbrella Bar. Nightlife starts pumping after 10 pm. Visit Club Bivio or Helvetia to enjoy a cellar bar with live music. Daphne’s and Miky’s are also a lively place. However, Cielo is the main disco hub.

    Activities in Livigno

    Wintertime in Livigno not only attracts skiers. With a cultural diversity, the ski resort attracts its fair share of non-skiing tourist year on year.

    Dog Sled Rides

    There's hardly a family who wouldn’t love to interact with playful, friendly and active dogs. While holidaying in Livigno, take a memorable ride on a dog sledge pulled by highly trained and beautiful huskies. Established in 2002, the Husky Village Sled Dog Center offers rides around the Arnboga located 30 minutes away from Livigno. Each trip takes 30 minutes. The trip costs €80 for adults and €50 for children.

    Horse Sled Rides

    Horse sledge rides is another chance to explore the resort. The tour takes about 30 minutes to one hour depending on the route. The horse sledge rides will be the most memorable winter holiday activity for everyone. The sledge ride could be a romantic getaway with your partner or arrange a fun-filled activity for children to see the different parts of the resort and its surrounding areas.

    Ice Climbing

    For the ones who have a taste for adrenaline rush and adventure, they can try ice climbing on the massive natural ice towers in Livigno. The towers are frozen waterfalls and massive blocks of ice. Listening and following the safety instructions are a must to be safe. Courses on ice climbing are also available.

    Ice Karting

    Anyone wants to try go-karting, but on ice then Livigno is the place to be. Challenge friends and family members to a thrilling race at the massive ice rink designed for ice karting. The ice karting is a popular activity so expect long queues in winter. This activity is open to adults and children under the supervision of an adult.

    Ice Driving

    Ice driving is a thrilling activity that is sure to get the adrenaline pumping in no time. The ice driving school has different courses from safe driving for a novice to the super sports and extreme drives for experts. Visitors can si drive the car on snowy off-road themselves, or they can hire a driver take them on an adventure of a lifetime.

    Toboggan Run

    From young children to grownups, there’s hardly anyone who wouldn’t want to take a toboggan run during their Livigno winter holiday. The toboggan run at Livigno is a massive 6-kilometre long run that promises fun, excitement, and thrill for people of all ages. An adult must supervise children during tobogganing.

    Horse Back Riding

    Horseback riding in the snow-covered tracks in Livigno is an unforgettable experience for everyone. The horses are well trained, and with instructions from the expert horse riders, anyone can enjoy this wonderful horseback ride in Livigno. Guides will accompany riders on each tour. Each tour is designed for riders with varying expertise level. Beginners, intermediate and expert tour routes are available.
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