Scenery of the downhill skiing World Cup and a region that has quality descents in the heart of the Italian Alps. The domain of Bormio, located in the region of Lombardy, is known for its beauty and for being a favourite of skiers in search of great championship runs. The resort offers 110 kilometers of skiing, with mostly red runs ideal for intermediates, with the option to practice night and cross-country skiing. It has spaces that delight keen freeriders such as Vallone, as well as snowpark and 'bambini' zones dedicated to the little ones. Its ski area is divided into the following areas: Santa Caterina (2,880-1,730m), Bormio (3,012-1,225m) and Cima Puazzi - San Colombano (2,547-1,347m), all interconnected by bus. It has 160 artificial snow cannons that guarantee snow all season and 36 mechanical lifts that interconnect its tracks. The resort’s highest point is in Cima Blanca, located at 3,012m, and offers a vertical drop of 1,800m, a unique experience and one of the greatest slopes in Italy. The domain boasts the famous Stelvio championship course, which starts at 2,255m and descends to 1,245m, or with the Deborah Compagnoni descent (named after the world champion), located in Santa Caterina. Both slopes delight the most technical skiers in search of demanding descents, where they can test their precision on the snow. The lombardo resort also has a wide range of leisure activities with numerous bars and establishments that invite you to relax like the Termas de Bornio, as well as places for strolling among arts and crafts shops and food typical of the area.