Nature & parks in Bormio

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Nature & Parks in Bormio

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  • inekesg
    Walnut Creek, CA145 contributions
    Very nice hike with splendid views. For families with little children a nice walk, when it is to far you can return by navette to the parking
    Written 17 July 2021
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  • Mufna74
    Bohemia, Czech Republic41 contributions
    Third week in March there were minimal people on the slopes, no lines, no waiting. Granted, at around 12:00, the show at lower altitudes started to get sticky and then heavy, but the higher slopes were ok. THe overall snow level was low (lowest in years) so some rocks started to show through on the upper slopes, leading to some interesting gouges in my skis.
    The slopes are pretty steep, so not a place for beginners of lovers of blue slopes, but if you have some technical skills and are not sporting FIS 220cm skis, you will enjoy the slopes, the nature, the UNBELIEVABLE views, and have a grand time.
    Written 2 April 2022
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  • inekesg
    Walnut Creek, CA145 contributions
    A nice valley to visit, great views and nice hiking trails. We loved the beautiful trails, the splendid views and the very kind people we met
    Written 14 July 2021
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  • Turiang
    Palermo, Italy69 contributions
    Beautiful valley with alternative lifts and slopes in Bormio that is close about 25 minutes by free bus if you have the skipass.
    Written 2 February 2020
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  • Mischa
    4 contributions
    From the Stelvio pass, a great, somewhat technical hike awaits over Monte Scorluzzo and across many many remains of WW1. It starts with a rather steep ascent to the top of Scorluzzo at 3100 m. With little or no snow it is an fine hike up (check the weather!). Continue down along the mountain ridge to see a lot of trenches, barbed wire and other structures from WW1. The first part of the descend is quite steep; requiring some climbing rather than walking and requires slow progression. Further up ahead the road is better, but it is not always clear what exactly the path is. We managed to stray from the path and (accidently) got on ww1 rubble. Do look around for Ibexes as well, they are there. At the end of the ridge is a rather steep path down to the right which will bring you to an open field where you can see many groundhogs (murmeltieren). From there follow the simple path around the mountains to the Stelvio Pass. A problem here is that the hikes ends at the car road and not the car park. Keep in mind that from the car road it is still a 40 min walk, which is a bummer. There is no clear path after.
    Written 22 September 2021
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  • Ruth T
    Frankfurt, Germany6 contributions
    Had 6 lessons with Giada. She was absolutely fantastic, so friendly and patient! All of the staff were super friendly too, I even booked more lessons whilst I was there. 100% recommend this ski school!!
    Written 12 February 2020
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  • Mimi_Brux
    Chalfont St Peter, UK54 contributions
    Both our kids spent a lovely week, one learning skiing and the other improving. Teachers are very good, speak fluent English, and have the right ways of encouraging kids even when they are afraid etc. The school director and the school secretary are also very organised and supportive!
    Written 24 February 2019
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  • Fatemeh M
    Stockholm, Sweden51 contributions
    Many ski schools, good slopes but not suited for beginners, more advanced skiers will like this place!
    Written 1 March 2019
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  • JCH
    60 contributions
    We had Micki (with sunglasses), Miki(with beard) for the week. We could not have had better instructors. I felt Miki pushed me all the time to improve my ‘angulation’ and gave us some great drills! They challenged our old habits and we made significant improvements! If you want to get out of the ‘rut’ of your old habits, give this young and vibrant group of instructors a go. We also spent a couple of afternoons withLunda, who has to be the most positive of instructors!
    Written 1 March 2019
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