Bormio

The route


The Bormio 360 Adventure Trail is the first high-altitude itinerary that covers the Bormio area 360°.

The route is a closed loop 140 km in length, with an overall height difference of around 6,200 m. It runs along the mountainside above the 5 main villages in the Bormio area (Bormio, Sondalo, Valdidentro, Valdisotto e Valfurva) at an altitude of between 837 and 2,462 m above sea level and can be covered on foot or by mountain bike.

The loop is divided into 10 stages so you can cover just part of it, or divide it up over a few days, staying at mountain refuges or Alpine huts along the route. Each stage has a theme that explores the environmental, historic, cultural and naturalistic features of the area; more information can be found on signposts and totems along the route.

The aim of this project is to highlight the many different faces of this unique area, through fun, sport and contact with nature. It offers a chance to see what life on an Alpine pasture is like, explore places that were once feared as witches’ lairs, breathe the oxygen-rich air of the forests and reach out and touch the waters that flow from the mountainside.


Watch the video Bormio 360 Adventure Trail MTB





Watch the video Bormio 360 Adventure Trail Trekking



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trekking

At 140 km in length, with an overall height difference of 6,000 m, Bormio 360 is one of the best hiking and mountain biking itineraries in Europe. It requires a good level of fitness, agility and experience. Going with a qualified mountain bike or hiking guide is recommended.

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Always follow the Bormio 360 marked trails.

Only use authorised routes and respect the rules.

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Protect the environment.

Never scare animals, don’t litter and avoid sudden braking (it erodes the soil).

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Make sure you have suitable clothing and equipment.

Check your equipment and always use a helmet and gloves.

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We’re all friends on the mountain.

Always give way to hikers, announce your presence in advance, adjust your speed to the situation and don’t exceed your own limits.

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Know yourself, respect your limits.

Plan your excursions in advance. It’s always a good idea to go with a qualified guide!

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