European Ski Resorts A-Z

Livigno, Italy

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Livigno is in a relatively dry corner of the Alps, but its valley has a reputation for cold, so any snow that does fall tends to stick around.


Add to that plenty of high altitude terrain plus comprehensive snow-making and Livigno can be considered one of the safest bets in Italy.

Where to ski in bad weather:

There are a few trees close to resort level though, generally speaking, Livigno's slopes are open and it is not a great place to ski in bad weather.

Where to head in poor snow conditions:

The best snow conditions are often found in the Carosello 3000 area which, in most years, stays open into May.

Livigno is one of our:


Top 5 Alpine ski resorts for avoiding rain