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  • Apartments in Bormio

    Apartments in Bormio

    Chalet Alberti is a holiday home located in Bormio a tourist resort in Alta Valtellina - Italian Alps and close to the Stelvio National Park. Our apartments are tastefully furnished and equipped with everything needed for a pleasant holiday both in winter and in summer.

  • White Holidays in Bormio

    White Holidays in Bormio

    Come to Chalet Alberti and discover the terrific slopes of Bormio. Live an unforgettable skiing and snowboarding experience. 

    For thrill-seekers I recommend the Stelvio slope, the Canalino Sertorelli and the wall of St. Peter. For those people who think that skiing is a pleasant immersion in nature I suggest the simplest but always exciting Ermellini slope..

  • The Stelvio Slope by night

    The Stelvio Slope by night

    As every year the prestigious Pista Stelvio opens to the classic night skiing every Thursday night.

  • Welcome Party in Bormio

    Welcome Party in Bormio

    Every Monday night in "Piazza del Kuerc" in Bormio there is an event which can't be missed. Hundreds of tourists are welcomed by volunteers in typical costumes to spend some leisure hours together. You can taste the cake Bisciola, mulled wine and othere beverages.

    Chalet Alberti is waiting for you

  • Follow our DISCOUNTS

    Follow our DISCOUNTS

    Our guests will be offered 10% discount vouchers to be spent in restaurants, mountain restaurants, shops and ski schools of Alta Valtellina that joined this initiative.   Read more.

Tutti/All

Low cost

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Pass condition

Stelvio: Open ≈ Gavia: Open ≈ Foscagno: Open ≈ Tonale: Open  ≈ Ladrossa: Open

The Valtellina Track

The Valtellina Track

Il Sentiero Valtellina winds for about 100 km. from Colico up to Bormio and it offers the opportunity to admire the beautiful landscapes and enjoy the endless scents of Valtellina. It is a track that runs along the river Adda.

If it is taken from Bormio, the path is mostly downhill and therefore suitable for beginners and families with children. The signs will point the way and you cannot go wrong. On the way you can admire the alpine landscape of the Valley, the vineyards of Lower Valtellina and the river Adda with its bright colors.

During the weekwends the trail is full of people looking for a quiet place away from the chaotic traffic. You can reach it by train/buses or by private minibuses.