Bormio is one of the best places to stay for cyclists. Surrounded by the most famous Alpine passes, well known from the Giro d'Italia: Passo dello Stelvio, Passo Gavia and Passo Mortirolo. But there are many other climbs and routes to discover, your stay will always be too short. Bormio is the top destination in the Alps!
East of Bormio lies the famous Ortler group with the Ortles (3905 m), Gran Zebrù (2857 m), Monte Cevedale (3774 m) and many other three-thousenders.
This breathtaking environment is the best setting for an active holiday. Never a dull moment.
Bormio is the place to be for cyclists. There are lots of bike friendly hotels. Equipped with all you need: a bike store and tools. Enjoy Italian food which prepares you the best for your next ride. Take a drink at the bar and have a talk with the friendly staff.
People are always willing to help you choosing your next ride. And they always have secret tips.
Troubles with you bike during your visit in Bormio? No problem. There are plenty of bike shops to help you.
Do you like to climb the Stelvio or Gavia with your partner, but is he/she not well trained? Rent an e-bike. Enjoy the environment both and have the trip of your life.
Bormio and the Alta Valtellina are a paradise for lovers of mountain biking. Immersed in the beautiful nature of the Stelvio National Park, you can choose among more than 600 km of trails of varying difficulty and beauty, cycling through the dense woods of pine and fir trees, crossing bridges over rivers, and riding alongside lakes and through high mountain alpine pastures. The only noise you will hear breaking the silence of nature, will be that of your mountain bike.
During summertime, for the lovers of speed and adrenaline, the downhill tracks at the Bike Parks of Bormio and the enduro tracks in S. Caterina Valfurva await you.
Do you prefer a guided tour? Benefit from the locals and their knowledge of the area. They show you all the best places.
After an active day the Italian kitchen is the best way to prepare you on the next day. Enjoy the Italian food and atmosphere.
Lovers of trekking and hiking will not be disappointed in Bormio and the Alta Valtellina, as with more than 600 km of trails, mule paths, and forest service roads, there are hiking opportunities of different levels of difficulty, that will satisfy everyone, from families to the most experts mountaineers.
And the scenario is breathtaking: the great peaks of the Ortles-Cevedale mountain range provide the backdrop to the unspoiled landscapes of the Stelvio National Park.
Bormio has maybe the best thermal baths in Italy. You can visit Bagni Vecchi (old baths), Bagni Nuovi (new baths) and Bormio Terme (the spa) to pamper yourself in the sauna or beauty salons.
After an active day in the mountains there is no better way to relax and prepare you for the next adventure.