Livigno – Mountain Bike Mecca

This is finally our best choice for an Mtb Holidays in Summer

Livigno in two words

Livigno is placed at 1800 mt in the core of the Italian Alps. Seems the here mountainbiking is like a religion, 2 bike parks, a big Mtb School with guides and a pump track, lot of Freeride, XC, Family trails. Livigno is also the starting point for the amazing Dreilander Tour.


There is no chance to describe the beauty of trails and courses in Livigno. You have to try! Here same famouse routes: Alpisella-Trela, Mottolino-valle delle Mine, Val Federia, Alpe del Gallo- Val Mora- Cancano.

The amazing trail towards the Alpe del Gallo, don’t forget your camera.

Alpisella Trela

You can find a lot of Gps track of Livigno here but this is one of my preferred routes. The Livigno-Alpisella pass-Cancano Lake-Trela-Livigno Route and here the gps Track

Valle delle Mine

This is another path I really recommend you. Trust in me, take your bike and try this. If you want take the cabin (mottolino) to reach the top and enjoy. Gps here

Carosello 3000 – Tutti i frutti

Bike Parks in Livigno

Let’s talk about Carosello&Mottolino

Mottolino is the storic Bike Park of Livigno with lot of path from dark to green and more Freeride oriented.
Carosello, placed on the other side of the valley, is a “new concept” bike park. The FLow is the magic word and is designed for Am/Enduro bike. Trails ar very flow and this make the Carosello perfect also for families and beginners.

Same info to get there as fast as you can!


Easy: in the core of the Alps in the Italian in the Alta Rezia area.
3 hours driving from Milan, and same from Innsbruck.


The following is the Official Livigno Mtb Guide web site, 


Livigno is available for bikes in the summer, from june to september. Is 1800 mt so snow and cold are very common.

Finally Livigno is absolutely the best place for a Mountainbike Holiday for all kinds of bikers.


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