About the Resort
Hidden away up in the top part of northern Italy, the lovely resort of Livigno is known locally as ‘Piccolo Tibet’ or ‘Little Tibet’, due to its remote location. It’s found close to the border with Switzerland, and made up of three hamlets; San Antonio, San Rocco and Santa Antonio which form
Sitting at a high altitude of 1815 metres up in the Alta Valtellina ski area, the Livigno piste map has some superb sunny and gentle slopes specifically for beginners. These are found on the edge of the town. Read More
Thanks to its high altitude, you’ll look forward to some great snow here. For Livigno weather, you can expect an average of 3.9 snow days per week throughoutthe season. Read More
When you’re considering the resort of Livigno, you will need to bear in mind that the village is very long and straggling, so you will need to plan ahead, particularly if you’re partying in the evening as the ski buses do finish early. It does have an Aqua Leisure Centre found on the northern edge of the resort which is particularly good. Read More
Very much of a hidden treasure with some quiet snowsure slopes, Livigno does have a lot going for it. Read More
Although it has some very long transfer times from the Italian airports, if you’re looking for a snowsure resort, Livigno is definitely worth considering as you’ll be guaranteed a very long season. It’s mainly above the treeline, so it has the potential to be affected by white-outs. Read More
+ Excellent ski terrain for intermediates and fans of piste skiing
+ Very snowsure, a very long season is guaranteed here
+ Loads to do off the slopes, including fantastic cross country skiing
Things to think about
– The transfer to get here is long – around 4 hours
– Few tough challenges on piste, you’ll be waiting for fresh snowfall
– But when it does snow, lack of trees seriously affects visibility
Prices are for high season.
Child prices – born in 2006 and after, proof of age required.