Nestled near the Swiss border in the Italian Alps north of Milano, Livigno – is an enchanting snow resort with 110km of fantastic trails to enjoy for all levels on both sides of the wide and sunny valley. There are off-piste options for days for those who like to light it up in the backcountry.

Livigno’s high altitude (1,816 metres above sea level) means the runs are wide and open, and the snow is generally plentiful and dry, particularly during January and February.

Livigno has recently been named as host to the Freestyle and Snowboard events in the Milano-Cortina 2026 Winter Olympic Games, as well as the venue for the Olympic Village.

Away from the slopes, the centre of Livigno is a lively, friendly and charming village with characteristic timber buildings and a pedestrian-only shopping avenue with an alpine vibe. There are bars galore, an abundance of pizzerias and restaurants and buzzing apres.

In true Italian style, food and wine is top quality in Livigno, with hundreds of restaurants to choose from, with all the flavours we love about Italy.

For extra adrenlin-infused experiences after skiing, Livigno has so much to offer. Fat biking, ice climbing, snowmobiling, ice driving courses, dog sledding, horse riding, ice quad biking, paragliding and ice skating are all optional apres-ski activities in Livigno!

Shopaholics are fully hooked up in Livigno with the area enjoying a special duty-free status, meaning items like perfume and alcohol are cheap cheap cheap.



You can fly in to either Milan-Malpensa International Airport or Zurich Airport then transfer by bus, car or train to Livigno. Livigno is  4-5 hours from Milan Malpensa by car, and 3-4 hours from Zurich Airport. We recommend flying into Milan-Malpensa International Airport and getting a transfer via the Livigno Express shuttle service, which has a number of services to and from Livigno during winter. Or if you want to book a private shuttle, contact Moreno at Taxi Livigno and they’ll deliver you and your family direct to your accommodation at your desired time. You can email Moreno via 

Once you touch down in Livigno, you won’t need a car as there is a fantastic free bus service around town, and most accommodation options are within walking distance to the slopes. 



The Arc has partnered with a handful of accommodation options that are either within walking distance to our daily meeting place, or on the public bus route. These properties are highly recommended by The Arc’s team, as well as families who have previously participated in The Arc.

Hotel Francesin (B&B)

Hotel Baita Montana

Hotel Touring

Hotel Camana Veglia

                               Hotel Lac Salin

Erker Mountain Chalet & Apartments

Hotel Sonne

Hotel Daniela

Livigno AK Chalet

If you want to check out what else is on offer, dive into the Livigno Tourism booking engine.

On & Off Snow


With The Arc’s local connections, we’re able to offer unique experiences that will take your visit to Livigno to the next level.

During each 2 week program, The Arc offers day trips (optional) for the grown-ups: to St Moritz for a day skiing at one of the world’s most famous ski resorts, and to the Bormio region and its world-famous QC Terme Bagni Vecchi. Bagni Vecchi are renowned thermal baths over 2000 years old, with Roman Baths located at caves centuries-old that lead to one of the ancient water sources, as well as a panoramic pool overlooking the incredible Bormio Valley.

Other optional extra experiences include early morning skiing with the coaches followed by an on-mountain breakfast, ice-driving courses and fat biking at night to dinner to name a few.

For adults and other family members who also want to progress their skiing, The Arc partners with Autentico Alpine Experience to offer competitive rates and top instructors for The Arc families. Autentico is also available to assist with any other travel requirements while in Livigno.

For off-snow fun, the whole family will love Aquagranda – with indoor pools, waterslides, gymnasiums, day spas, saunas and a café and restaurant, located in Livigno village. Or try fat biking under lights – where you’ll ride up to a charming mountain chalet for dinner then ride back down again. There’s so much to do in Livigno – it’s just working out how to fit it all in!