Stelvio National Park, with its over 130,000 hectares and numerous mountains, offers hundreds of bike routes to enjoy the wildlife, flora and scenery of one of Italy's oldest national parks.

Bici a Santa Caterina nel parco dello Stelvio

In recent years, biking has become one of the most popular and attractive activities during the summer season - suitable for everyone, with bike rentals available on-site, to be enjoyed in a fresh and natural environment.

Laghi di Cancano in bici

Gli itinerari più famosi e rinominati del parco sono:

  • Cancano Lake and San Giacomo Lake. This route runs along the shores of these two magnificent lakes near Bormio, with a total length of approximately 19 km and mostly paved roads. To reach the location, proceed on the road towards Livigno and turn towards the Premadio locality. From there, proceed towards the Torri di Fraele, where a convenient free parking lot is available.

  • Val Zebrù. One of the most beautiful and unspoiled valleys in the entire park, the route is approximately 16 km long with some challenging stretches and a total elevation gain of about 950 meters. To reach the valley, start from Bormio and continue along the S.P. 29 of the Gavia to San Nicolò Valfurva. From there, turn towards Madonna dei Monti, continuing to Niblogo where a convenient parking lot is located.

  • Passo della Forcola. A rather challenging route but rich in breathtaking landscapes. Start from Livigno and follow the Spol river on a bike path towards the Tridentina refuge; total length about 32 km.

Giri in bici a Bormio e dintorni