Livigno new trails and GPS system

The North Italian town Livigno and his surrounding mountains offer a unique variety of trails for cross country tours. To explore the numerous trails and tour options, a new online-based GPS information and planning tool is now available for Livigno as well as the close-by areas Bormio, Sondalo, Valdidentro, Valfurva and Valdisotto. The tour information selected in the new AltaValtellina trails & tour online tool can be easily downloaded on mobile GPS devices. An additional and brand new signs system on all the trails around Livigno, a telephone support hotline as well as printed maps ensure that all cross country riders can choose their favorite way of navigating in the region also known as “Little Tibet”.

Over 3,200 kilometers of GPS tracks are available. Ether you choose one of the suggested 56 tours, or create your own route with a starting point and individual waypoints. The map is easy to zoom and offers over 70 different kinds of detailed information, from panorama and photo locations, over restaurants, hotels, to the type of trails and of course the distances as well as height differences of your chosen route.
An easy to use touch screen terminal is waiting for you at the Livigno tourism office, if you prefer to have personal support when planning your tour.

All signs on the trails of the region were adapted to the system. Each sign is numbered, to make an easy navigation also possible for the ones that prefer printed out route maps to GPS devices. In case that there might be any kind of questions concerning the route or options to shorten it, a special telephone hotline offers direct support: +39 0342 052200 or +39 0342 912311 during regular office times.

The one of its kind bike destination Livigno and the Swatch Bikepark Mottolino wish you a great riding experience at their numerous trails right in the middle of Europe and the Alps.

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Photo: Marco Toniolo courtesy of Rasoulution