Night skiing on the Stelvio slope will be back on Thursday January 19, 2017 with the ski run artificially lightened for three hours, from 8:00 to 11:00 pm.
The legendary slope which has hosted 46 World Cup races is in great conditions thanks to the last snowfall which produced about 15 cm of fresh snow at town level.
Night skiing on the Stelvio slope: 4 reasons why
Overtime skiing is a unique occasion not to be missed. On January 19 we will be hosting the first night skiing of the winter season and you don’t want to miss it for the following reasons:
- The price includes the moon show
The night view from the ski runs is magic with the moon and the stars above your head and the beautiful surroundings of Bormio.
- The snow surface is perfect at night
The low temperatures at night facilitate the grooming of the slope which we do just a few hours before the opening. The snow surface is awesome at night.
- Few people around
Skiing at night means less people around compared to daytime.That’s a great reasons to join night skiing if you like to make turns on the snow.
- Entertainment and après ski
The ski instructors of Bormio will be on the slope for entertainment. And the party atmosphere will sure be there in the après skis in Bormio 2000, Ciuk and Bormio.
Night skiing price
- Adult: € 16.00
- Reduced: € 12.00 (Baby, Junior, Senior)
Night skiing is free if you own a Bormio Skipass lift ticket of minimum 6 days.
Night skiing calendar
You can choose to go night skiing on the Stelvio or on the Deborah Compagnoni slope situated in Santa Caterina Valfurva. Both are World Cup courses located within the Bormio Skipass district.
Following the complete calendar:
- Thursday January 19 Stelvio slope
- Thursday January 26 Stelvio slope
- Thursday Febuary 2 Deborah Compagnoni slope
- Thursday February 9 Stelvio slope
- Thursday February 16 Deborah Compagnoni slope
- Saturday February 25 Stelvio slope
- Thursday March 2 Deborah Compagnoni slope
- Thursday March 9 Deborah Compagnoni slope