Hiking in the mountains

Bormio and her surrounding valleys offer exhilarating itineraries around the Stelvio National Park.

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Paths that unwind through woodland, alpine meadows, rocky outcrops, glaciers and mountain springs will take your breath away. There are also a number of itineraries for families with children.

Close to the Baita Clementi you can find an extensive network of cycling and pedestrian paths.

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Some itinerary ideas:


From 1,858 to 2,168 metres
Estimated time: 5 hours
Characteristics: easy route through woodland and alpine meadows. Panoramic views of the rocky sides of Monte Cristallo and the Cime di Campo as well as the sloping pastures of Monte Confinale.
Rest stops: rifugio Plaz, rifugio Campo, alpine huts and picnic areas along the route
Access: Madonna di Monti, Valfurva


2,268 metres
Estimated time: 3 hours
Characteristics: from S.Giacomo the path, dating back to the First World War, climbs gradually towards the pass surrounded by vast high mountain pastures.  A series of small lakes are the source of the nearby river Adda.
Rest stops: Malga Val Alpisella and picnic areas
Access: Lake Cancano


From 2,300 to 3,079 metres
Estimated time: 3 hours
Characteristics: From the Stelvio pass take the path that climbs to Passo delle Platigliole and leads to the Scorluzzo peak. Along the route you will find communication trenches and defences dating back to World War One.
Rest stops: Rifugio Compagnoni, Malga della III^ Cantoniera
Access: Stelvio Pass

For more trails visit the Comunità Montana website

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