Located in a high valley in Italy, bordering Switzerland, Livigno is 1816m high. The surrounding slopes tower to 3000m, the Carosello Mountain on one side and the Mottolino Mountain on the other. At this altitude, it is no wonder that Livigno’s skiers can always rely on first rate snow conditions.
The pistes are usually open by the first week of December, and remain open till two weeks after Easter, having the longest skiing season in Italy. Beginners are taught how to ski on the lower slopes, while the more experienced skiers take to the higher slopes, and ski from one end of the Carosello Mountain to the other.
Livigno’s slopes are nice and wide, with a good mix of blue, red and black slopes. There are over 120km of slopes spread out between the Carosello and Mottolino mountains. The pistes are well groomed and subject to constant attention in addition to a network of quick and modern cable cars and lifts.
The upper slopes can be easily accessed by persons who have skied before via the Tagliede cable car and the chair lifts nearby, which are all extremely close to the Miramonti hotel and other hotels and apartments provided by Stellina’s Holidays by FCM Travel. For beginners, skiing is concentrated at Stellina’s Holidays by FCM Travel’s facilities at the flattest pistes in Livigno.