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Livigno is a snow paradise! Rolling hills, pristine nature, and so much sun like no other ski resort.

Welcome to  Livigno
Livigno is in the heart of the Italian Alps in Lombardy, at 1,816 metres where the 2026 Winter Olympics will be held. A valley where everything is about holidays - the day is active; the shopping is international, and the dinner is typically Italian.

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Destination Info

Livigno is a picturesque resort high in the Italian Alps with a warm atmosphere, located near the Swiss border. Operating from November to early May and due to its elevated position, snow is guaranteed on the slopes and caters to the needs of all levels of snowboarder and ski enthusiasts. The main ski area is Carosello 3000 with its wide-open slopes and fantastic tree-lined pistes, but well worth a visit is the Federia area tucked on the backside of the Carosello.

An important piece of information is that the Carosello and Mottolino area are linked by free buses but not by pistes.

In Livigno you will find an impressive lift system as well as an efficient free bus service making all parts of the resort easily accessible.

On the northern part, is the village center, a car-free pedestrian area approximately 1km long, lined with hotels, bars, restaurants, and shops. The main focal point of the area is that it is tax free, so shopping here is a big attraction, especially when there are more than 250 shops to choose from.

Apres Ski

After a long day on the slopes, Livigno offers many different après ski options. Numerous bar options are available, and they are spread out in a certain way along the main valley road, making it convenient and easily accessible. The many venue options and the low cost of alcohol makes it easy to get int a party mood whilst in Livigno. We recommend visiting Stalet bar, Livigno’s biggest apres ski venue, located at the foot of the Carosello gondola. There, expect to see live DJ sets and bands in an outdoor setting, surrounded by the beautiful snowy mountainous terrain. In the same mindset as previously mentioned, Kosmo bar is worth visiting. The benefit of this location is that it caters to all needs from those who are looking for a packed bar to those who wish to wish to enjoy a drink in a more private setting.

As far as food is concerned, in Livigno you will find mostly, family run café – dinners offering traditional Italian flavors. If you a looking for fresh pasta dishes, don’t hesitate to try out the different courses that Ristorante Il Cantuccio has to offer. For a more upscale option, we recommend Camana Veglia, serving five and seven course tasting menus while there is an extensive a la carte selection. 


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Livigno Ski Terrain – Beginners:

Beginners will feel at ease in Livigno as there are many blue runs and nursery slopes along the valley floor. The Carosello 3000 gondola on the southern end of the village will take takes you to the area of Carosello, where you will find short red runs served by several chair lifts. Most of these runs turn into longer red runs taking you all the way back down to the village. On Mottolino, beginners can ski down on an easy slope from Monte Della Neve to the base.

Livigno Ski Terrain – Intermediate:

Intermediate skiers should take advantage and perfect their technique on the 65km of red runs available in Livignio. If you are more on the adventurous side, we recommend the not-so-steep black runs on the side of Mottolino.

Livigno Ski Terrain – Experts:

Livignio is not the most challenging area for expert skiers although there are options available for the more advanced. The most demanding run in the Livigno ski area is the one-kilometre piste from Monte Neve to Valfin, which descends about 480 metres in altitude. Another must for the thrill seekers, is the Giorgio Rocca track dedicated to the famous local athlete who won the special slalom World Cup. Keen intermediates and experts might like to buy the Alta Valtellina lift pass instead of the local pass. This covers the slopes of Bormio, around an hour away by bus, and some other ski areas including Livigno. Lastly, for experts, you may try your luck heliskiing – a sure way to get your adrenaline pumping!

Livigno Ski Terrain – Snowboarders

It is no surprise why Livigno is a very popular destination for snow enthusiasts and is considered to be a snowboarder’s paradise. There are about 115km of skiable surfaces, wide slopes and the well-known Mottolino and Carosselo 3000 snowparks are located in the area. Livigno offers specific zones with high quality equipment such as different size kickers, rails, fun boxes etc for snowboarders to execute their jumps and stunts freely and safely. For a memorable photo don’t miss your opportunity to jump over an Italian fighter jet in the Mottolino area!



Elevation between 1217 m and 2828 m. / Resort height: 1220 m

■ 120 km of slopes

■ 29 lifts

■ 45km blue

■ 59km red

■ 16km black

Day tickets for Livigno, 2022-2023 winter season:

Valid for Mottolino and Carosello area.

Adults: 59€

Child: 30€

Senior: 52€

Nearest airports:

■ Innsbruck airport: 164km/ ~2.45h by car

■ Milan (Malpensa airport): 452km / ~4.55h by car

■ Munich airport: 361km/ ~4.30h by car

Towns worth visiting:

■ Venice 158km /~ 2.20h by car

■ Ampezzo Dolomites Nature park

■ Lago Sorapis

■ Cortina adrenaline park

■ Museum of the Great War


■ Skiing

■ Snowboarding

■ Nordic skiing

■ Cross country skiing

■ Snowshoe hiking

■ Ski mountaineering & freeriding

■ Fat biking & snow kite

■ Ice skating & curling

■ Dog sledding

■ Wellness & spa facilities