The Livigno resort boasts a massive 120 km of slopes: 26% blue (easy), 57% red (intermediate), and 17% black (hard). The ski area has also made the width of the slopes one of its strengths.
Mottolino is a ski resort in the town of Livigno and is home to a snow park.
The Hero Slopes are the most iconic slopes of the ski area.
The Livigno resort will host all of the Snowboard and Freestyle competitions. The first competition is scheduled for February 5, 2026.
Regarded as the Teatro Alla Scala of winter sports, the Stelvio slope in Bormio, in Valtellina, is one of the most scenic, technical, and challenging ski slopes globally. The route develops for 3,186 metres with an overall height difference of 987 m, with a maximum incline of 63%. Among the most challenging parts of the track is the San Pietro jump, a 55% incline slope that opens up an approximate 40-meter chasm under the athlete’s skis, allowing them to land at speeds above 140 km/h.
In 1985 and 2005, it hosted the Alpine Ski World Championships.
Since 2007, the track has been illuminated and has been approved for night races.
The Bormio slope will host the men’s alpine skiing competitions. The first race will be the Downhill on February 8, 2026.