THE STELVIO NATIONAL PARK
The Stelvio National Park is Italy’s largest conservation area. Together with a wide network of hiking trails suitable for the whole family, the park and its high peaks are dotted with cabins and mountain shelters for expert mountaineers and adventure lovers.
The park is home to a large variety of wildlife. Although it is not always easy to observe the animals directly, you’ll be able to admire a mosaic of tracks left by their pawprints on the ground.
BIKE AND TREKKING ADVENTURES
Bormio is the perfect holiday destination for both professional and amateur cyclists, who can enjoy some of the most important and challenging climbs of the Giro d’Italia, such as the dreaded Gavia, Mortirolo and Stelvio Passes.
Alta Valtellina also boasts 3,200 km of scenic mountain bike trails, an array of paths, historical itineraries, and walking trails for short hikes.
If you are a golf enthusiast, we suggest you to visit the La Fornace Golf Club, which is considered one the best mountain golf courses in Italy. This 9-hole course has been designed to suit players of all levels, with its non-repetitive settings and a game that challenges both experts and beginners.
SUMMER SKI ON THE STELVIO PASS
Practice your favorite winter sport on Europe’s highest mountain pass, with over 20 km of slopes amidst the breathtaking scenery of the Ortles, Zebrú and Cevedale glaciers.
Rafting and canoeing along the river Adda, rock climbing, para- and hang-gliding, and zip lining with Fly Emotion are only some of the thrilling opportunities for extreme sports lovers.
There is nothing better than riding a bike through breathtaking alpine scenery. Located in a strategic position between Austria, Switzerland and Italy, Bormio is the best starting point for a biking tour.
The Stelvio International Motorcycle Rally attracts bikers from all over the world, who meet towards the end of June to tackle the Stelvio Pass on their bikes.
The Hotel Baita Clementi provides a covered parking garage for motorcycles.