Originally built as a Spa town, Bormio ski resort has grown to earn a deserved place amongst the most popular ski resorts in Italy. It is situated in the centre of the Alps with the Swiss and Austrian borders nearby.
Skiing in Bormio is best suited to beginner and intermediates with a great selection of runs for skiers and boarders as well as an excellent level of ski schools. More advanced skiers and boarders looking to ski Bormio will find things a bit more limited but there are some great off-piste opportunities in resort.
While the après ski isnt as lively as Livigno, theres no shortage of atmospheric bars, cafes and restaurants dotted around its beautiful medieval streets! For those looking to relax after a hectic day on the slopes then a visit to the nearby thermal baths are well worth a visit. For non skiers a ski holiday in Bormio also offers access to a sports centre, swimming pool and ice skating rink to name a few.
Bringing Own Equipment : Carriage Ski/Snowboard (6 days)
The Kiddies Group lessons are for children aged 3 years and over. This course is designed to give children their first taste of skiing. This is available to children from 10.30 to 13.00
We also provide a comprehensive range of programs for all ability levels and it is aimed at children over 4 years.
Important Note: Please note if you choose to book the services outlined above, your contract for them will not be with us and the services will not form part of any package of services we may supply. Your contract for these services will be with the supplier of the services identified above as appropriate. The booking conditions of that supplier will apply to that contract. We accept no liability in respect of these services or for the acts or omissions of any supplier(s) or other person(s) or party(ies) connected with them.
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