Valdidentro Ski Resort

Valdidentro ski resort, Italy.
Valdidentro ski resort.
Valdidentro ski resort.
Valdidentro ski resort.
Valdidentro skiing
The mountains of the Alta Valtellina at Valdidentro ski resort.

Valdidentro Ski Resort

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     Valdidentro Ski Trail Map
  • Valdidentro Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    1,345m – 2,550m (1,205m)
  • Average Snow Fall
  • Lifts (10)
    1 Gondola / cable car
    3 Chairs

    Incl. Santa Caterina & Bormio
    36 Lifts
  • Ski Hours
    Early December to end March
    8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs - 25km
    Longest run – 6km
    Advanced - 4%
    Intermediate - 76%
    Beginner - 20%

    Incl. Santa Caterina & Bormio
  • Lift Pass Price (Day Ticket 18/19)
    Adult - €27 to 43
    Child - €16 to 22
    Child u/7yr free with 3 day+ adult pass
    2 days+ incl. Santa Caterina & Bormio
    Bormio Area Trail Map
  • Bormio Area Trail Map
     Alta Valtellina Ski Trail Map
  • Alta Valtellina Ski Trail Map

Valdidentro Ski Resort Italy

Valdidentro ski resort is a little beauty near the well-known town of Bormio in Italy. Combining the two smaller ski resorts of Cima Piazzi & San Colombano, Valdidentro provides all the tradition of a “local ski hill’ with the skiable vertical & lifts of something a whole lot larger.

See the Valdidentro ski trail map here.

Where is Valdidentro, Italy?

The Valdidentro ski resort is in the Alta Valtellina of Lombardy in northern Italy. The resort’s main base village of Isolaccia is located only 44km north of the transport hub & gorgeous town of Tirano & 6km west of Bormio. Valdidentro is accessible by train & bus from Milan & St Moritz!

Milan Malpensa is the closest major airport, 220km away (3hr drive). Trains from Milano Centrale station to Tirano are available & make an interesting, climate friendly journey to the mountains - POW (Protect Our Winters). Buses & taxis are ready & waiting at the Tirano stazione to transfer you to Valdidentro.

If lacking time but have the euro, a private transfer from Milan or Tirano can be sought. Search & book direct private transfers to Bormio & Valdidentro here.

Valdidentro Accommodation

The Valdidentro comprises numerous small villages, but chief among them is Isolaccia at the base of the gondola. The prime position for anyone staying here is the Hotel Cima Piazzi in a ski-in location near the gondola

Search & book all Valdidentro accommodation Search & book all Valdidentro accommodation here.

Linked to nearby Bormio & Santa Caterina Valfurva by free ski bus, both towns provide alternative lodging options.

Ski Lesson & Guiding

A disproportionately high number of ski instructors & ski schools ply their trade in the Valdidentro ski resort & surrounding valleys. To narrow down the field, search & book private & group lessons & guiding with the best providers here.


The Powderhounds will review Valdidentro in season 201920. More information is coming soon. Stay tuned for our photos & insights.

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