Where to go Skiing in Lombardy

Nothing but the best for a great holiday in the snow

Lombardy Regions Published on 8 January 2019

The region of Lombardy was once a huge mountain plateau. Eventually, the erosion caused by glaciers and the River Po created the plain land where Milan is located. But not far from the big city, there is a skiing paradise of peaks, lakes and spring waters which the Italians call Alpi (the Alps). Here is where to go skiing in Lombardy:

Livigno

The high class skiing location of Livigno has indeed all you want from a trip in the Italian mountains. In fact it has the best facilities for all levels, top accommodation and is easily accessible from Milan. What’s more you can ski for most of the year. During the ‘Skipass Free’ seasons, if you stay in town for at least seven nights, you get a free six-day ski pass.

Here is all you need to know about where to stay and where to ski in Livigno.

How to get there: Take a train from Milano Centrale to Tirano (changing in Bormio). Then take a shuttle to Livigno. The whole trip takes about 4 hours.

Tonale Pass

Ideal for beginners, this skiing location is the perfect combination of sport and leisure. With breathtaking landscapes, Tonale Pass is perfect for a laid back vacation or a family trip.

Here is all you need to know about where to stay and where to ski in Tonale Pass.

How to get there: Take a train from Milano Centrale to Edolo (changing in Brescia). Then take a shuttle to Ponte di Legno. The whole trip takes about 4 hours.

Aprica

Aprica is a beautiful town best known for its skiing and mountain bike tracks. It’s located between Valtellina and Val Camonica and so you can find a mix of mild slopes and professional tracks ranging from 1200m to 2300m.

Here is all you need to know about where to stay and where to ski in Aprica.

How to get there: Take a train from Milano Centrale to Sondrio. Then take a shuttle to Tresenda or Aprica. The whole trip takes about 3 hours.

Montecampione

The closest skiing destination from the big city, Montecampione is perfect for a weekend getaway on snow. Its growing popularity is surely justified by amazing facilities and spectacular landscapes.

Here is all you need to know about where to stay and where to ski in Montecampione.

How to get there: Take a train from Milano Centrale to Sondrio. Then take a shuttle to Montecampione. The whole trip takes about 2,5 hours.

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