WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES MILAN - CORTINA 2026

6th – 22nd February 2026

A dream come true: Livigno will award 26 medals during the Milano-Cortina Olympics.

Livigno has always been considered the home of athletes, thanks to its altitude and because it has built state-of-the- art facilities that allow athletes to train in optimal conditions over the years.

In 2026, 26 medals will be awarded during the Milano Cortina Olympics in Livigno. The Freestyle and Snowboard competition venue is one of the world's reference places for winter sports. It is a dream come true for Little Tibet and a source of pride for the entire Valtellina, a leading venue for the Olympic event.

The Milano Cortina 2026 Olympics will also be a unique opportunity for sports fans and amateurs to watch the training sessions of professional athletes preparing for Olympic competitions.

SITE AND DISCIPLINES

The Milan Cortina 2026 Olympics event will involve both Livigno ski sides. The Livigno Snowpark, set on the Mottolino Ski Area, will host the half pipe, slopestyle, big air, snowboard cross, ski cross, and parallel giant slalom competitions. On the other hand, the Livigno Aerials & Moguls Park —set at Carosello 3000 — will be where the world's best athletes will compete in the moguls and aerials disciplines.

With complete respect for the land and the environment, Livigno has chosen not to build an Olympic Village. Athletes and technicians will be accommodated in several existing hotel facilities, which will be rearranged and secured to meet the Olympic standards. In keeping with the eco-sustainable approach, any additional facility will be temporary and, therefore, removed at the end of the Games. 

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2026 OLYMPIC DISCIPLINES IN LIVIGNO

MOGULS & DUAL MOGULS
Freestyle

Athletes ski down on a heavily moguled course made of artificial bumps

AERIALS
Freestyle
Athletes ski down a slope to launch themselves off a kicker and perform multiple twists and flips. 

SLOPESTYLE
Snowboard & Freestyle

The goal is to perform jumps and tricks along a specific course, including rails, kickers, and obstacles.

BIG AIR
Snowboard & Freestyle

Athletes ride skis or snowboard down a ramp and perform aerial tricks after launching off massive jumps.

SKI CROSS
Freestyle

It’s a freestyle skiing discipline that involves four skiers racing down an artificial course with different technical difficulties

SNOWBOARD CROSS
Snowboard
It’s a snowboard competition in which four competitors race down a course that includes cambered turns, various jumps, berms, rollers, drops, and steep and flat sections designed to challenge the riders' ability to stay in control while maintaining maximum speed.

HALFPIPE
Snowboard & Freestyle
The half-pipe is a ramp with a semi-circular structure. It’s ridden down in simple harmonic motion (damped by friction) until the height is lost. The athlete can regain the energy dissipated by friction by pumping to attain speeds like on a swing. 

PGS
Snowboard

In parallel giant slalom, the two snowboarders race simultaneously on two evenly spaced. Competitors will compete in heats formats.

VISION AND GOALS

Each Milan Cortina 2026 Olympics site was identified and chosen based on several principles highlighting the sustainability values and the maximal use of existing iconic sites. Furthermore, attention was also paid to the experience of athletes and spectators and to the legacy that the Games can bring to the territories - following the development plans of cities and regions. Livigno, also known as Little Tibet, was chosen as a venue for its high-quality sports environment and its growing ecological footprint. The town is committed to a sustainable path, and many of the temporary structures built for the Games will be removed at the end of the event, thus keeping the area in harmony with its natural setting as possible.

OUR ATHLETES

THE INFRASTRUCTURES

Livigno has consistently been recognized as a highly advanced resort for services designed for sportsmen and women. Aquagranda, Little Tibet's fitness and wellness center, was named an Olympic Preparation Centre, officially qualified by the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI), and holds all the quality standards required by the sports federations. The centre has become a high-level multi-sport facility with high-quality equipment, hosting several national teams for altitude training each year. The Aquagranda centre has already been chosen for sports gatherings and workouts of several teams. Therefore, it will be confirmed as one of the largest sports facilities and a landmark for all athletes.

Another construction project that has been privately financed and realized in the run-up to the 2026 Winter Olympics is the new Mottolino Fun Mountain headquarters. It’s a one-of-a-kind facility in Italy, a significant investment that allows Livigno to focus even more on the Olympics dream.

OLYMPIC TORCH EXHIBITION

We are specially preparing for 2026: we await the Olympic Games by hosting an exceptional collection of torches in the CONI Olympic Preparation Centre Aquagranda—a plunge into the Olympics atmosphere by exhibiting the very symbol of this event — the torch.



 

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STAYING IN LIVIGNO

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Hotel Li Anta Rossa

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Hotel Del Bosco

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Hotel Crosal

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Hotel Costanza

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Appartamenti Central Rin

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Casa Massi

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Bait Vegl

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Appartamenti GG

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Residence L'Arcobi

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Chalet Anna

via Domenión, 101