Created by Grisons architect Valerio Olgiati, the clear and seductive lines of the Park Centre building represents an unusual spatial concept. There are four rooms illustrating the Swiss National Park from different children’s perspectives as in "The Path of Discovery": an exploration of nature utilising exciting and challenging notions.
When: from 25 May to 27 October, from 8:30 – 18:00.
Where: Swiss National Park - Zernez Visitors Center (CH)
Who: for everyone.
With Livigno Card: 5,00 Euro. Children under 6 free of charge.
Without Livigno Card: 6,50 Euro. Children under 6 free of charge.
Booking: not needed.
What you need to know: a valid document is required.
Fixed rope trail equipped with bolted ropes on the western side of Piz Trovat, near the glaciers of Pizzo Palù and Pizzo Bernina. Participants will ascend on the Diavolezza cableway, then take a short downhill trail to where the fixed rope trail begins. After 500 steps, and using the fixed ropes and impressive suspension bridge, participants will reach the peak at 3146 metres from where they can enjoy a breathtaking view over the entire Bernina range. From the summit, the pathway leads back to Diavolezza station for the return to the valley.
The aim of the course is to teach participants the basics about how to deal with a high mountain environment, accompanied by a guide. It provides for three excursions, organised as follows: half a day on the rocks: during which participants will learn the basics about materials and knots, basic climbing movements, double assisted rope descent; half a day on a glacier: during which participants will learn about ice equipment and how to use it correctly, progression using ropes on both glaciers and mixed terrains; the course ends with a mountain climbing session up to one of the peaks of Livigno; the choice of the peak and climbing route will depend on the technical abilities of the participants.
Via ferrata perfectly fitted on a façade of almost 500m, surrounded by the green Engadine forest. Transfer to Pontresina by car, a few minutes walk and the adventure begins: steps, beams, rope bridges, spider's webs. Fantastic views over the peaks of the Bernina and a waterfall that flows just a few meters away from the ascent path. At the end of via Ferrata there is an easy path that brings you back to the start.
Have you ever walked on a glacier or crossed hanging bridges?Thanks to this tour you’ll do this: a ring route in Valfurva and in the middle of the Stilfs National Park that reaches the glacier ghiacciaio dei Forni. Along the way you can also find some testimonies of the First World War.
Go hiking in the wild valleys of the northern area of Livigno, in the Stelvio National Park, to observe and photograph the typical animals of our mountains: ibex, chamois, red deer, roe deer, marmots, golden eagles and bearded vultures.The mountain Guide will go with you equipped with field glasses, telescope and tripod. To full enjoy the day it is necessary to leave in the early morning.
Reach the highest peaks of Livigno on hiking itineraries for a unique experience at high altitude surrounded by a breathtaking landscape. Piz Paradisin (3302) – Corno di Campo (3232) – Pizzo Val Nera (3188) Salite su roccia: Cima di Cavagl (2991) – Piz da Tropion (3048)"
A mountaineering experience in the spectacular backdrop of Val Roseg. Set off from Livigno early Wednesday afternoon, travel on to Pontresina and make the uphill climb through the beautiful Val Roseg to the comfortable cabin of Rifugio Tcherva. Enjoy dinner in and an overnight stay at the cabin. Head to Vedrettin da Tcherva, the glacier set between Piz Morteratsch and Piz Tcherva the next morning. We’ll then decide whether to make the uphill climb to one peak or the other in order to enjoy the view at 4000m of the central alps depending on the weather conditions.
Climbs on the most beautiful peaks of the Central Alps N.B. l’italiano era Cantrali, easy mountain climbing along normal routes with itineraries that are mainly on the glacier, right up to 4000m.. Ideal preparation for more challenging ascents or in order to try out the “4000” of the Alps. Some of the ascents can be made in a day, for others an overnight stay in a mountain retreat or campsite is necessary.
Ortles Group – Cevedale: Ortles (3905m), Gran Zebrù (3857m), Cevedale (3769m), San Matteo (3678m).
Bernina Group: Pizzo Bernina (4050m), Pizzo Palù (3906m), Piz Roseg (3937m).
High peaks: Cima Piazzi (3440m), Cima Lago Spalmo (3265m), Cima Viola (3374m).
The only 4000m high peak in the central alps, it offers breathtaking views of air ridges, rock and ice. Participants can ascend along the normal route (medium difficulty) or through the long, stunning Biancograt ridge. A three-day trip linking Pizzo Bernina and Pizzo Palù with an overnight say at Marco and Rosa’s mountain shelter at 3600m a.s.l. can also be organised.When: from mid-June to mid-October on request (weather conditions permitting).
Climb along the great walls of the alps and rope routes that have made mountain-climbing history. To give but a few examples, these include the northernmost point of the Badile, Via Cassin at Badile, Spigolo Vinci at Cengalo, the Dolomites, Albigna. Some climbs can be covered in a day, for others an overnight stay in a mountain shelter is necessary.When: from mid-June to mid-October on request (weather conditions permitting).
The mountain guides organize themed half-day walks for those who like to enjoy the nature with the their family in a peaceful atmosphere discovering the forests and wildlife of Livigno.
When: from 2nd July to 29th August, every tuesday and thursday from 9:30 to 13:00.
Who: for everyone.
With Livigno Card: 5,00 Euro per person – Family: 12,50 Euro (2 adults + 1 child aged 4 to 15).
Without Livigno Card: 7,00 Euro per person – Family: 17,00 Euro (2 adults + 1 child aged 4 to 15).
Family Hotel: free.
Booking: needed, the day before by 18:30 at the Tourist Office.
What you need to know: comfortable and appropriate wear. We suggest you to bring cameras and binoculars with you. Children under 3 years old do not pay. Dogs are not allowed. For info please contact Alpine Guides: +39 371 3892480 email@example.com.
02/07 Cascata di Val Nera Where: Alpe Vago – P8-
04/07 Val Saliente Where: Parcheggio Calcheira – P3-
09/07 Sorgente Solforosa Where: Ponte Viera - P2-
11/07 Val Alpisella – Tort Where: Latteria – P4-
16/07 Cascata di Val Nera Where: Alpe Vago – P8-
18/07 Crap da la Parè Where: Passo Eira– P11-
23/07 Val Saliente Where: Parcheggio Calcheira – P3-
25/07 Sorgente Solforosa Where: Ponte Viera - P2-
30/07 Val Alpisella – Tort Where: Latteria – P4-
01/08 Cascata di Val Nera Where: Alpe Vago – P8-
06/08 Val Saliente Where: Parcheggio Calcheira – P3-
08/08 Crap da la Parè Where: Passo Eira– P11-
13/08 Cascata di Val Nera Where: Alpe Vago – P8-
15/08 Val Alpisella – Tort Where: Latteria – P4-
20/08 Sorgente Solforosa Where: Ponte Viera - P2-
22/08 Val Saliente Where: Parcheggio Calcheira – P3-
27/08 Crap da la Parè Where: Passo Eira– P11-
29/08 Cascata di Val Nera Where: Alpe Vago – P8
Participants set off from the Carosello 3000 refreshment area towards Madonon, from where there is one of the most beautiful views over the entire valley of Livigno. Along the way they’ll stop for short breaks during which to practice Asana Yoga exercises and mediate whilst walking under the guidance of an instructor. These pauses will be taken in evocative areas such as the Lac Salin alpine lake, a rocky ledge overlooking the Canton Valley and an opening with a view of the Bernina Massif.When: every Tuesday at 6a.m in July and August.
A spectacular excursion with the alpine guides of Livigno amongst the ridges, peaks and alpine lakes straddling the Swiss border. On reaching the 3007m of Piz di Gess (Monte Campaccio) along a wild area, participants will be able to enjoy a spectacular 360° view, sweeping from the peaks of Val Federia to the Bernina and Ortles - Cevedale groups. The ridge becomes gentler and easier and leads to Passo di Federia with its splendid alpine lake. After enjoying their packed lunches, participants then start the descent through Val Federia.When: every Sunday at 8.30a.m. in July and August.