The 4-star Hotel Baita dei Pini in Bormio is perfect for those who desire to go bicycle touring in the mountains.
We are part of the Italy Bike Hotel consortium and we guarantee cycling enthusiasts ad hoc services such as a garage with video surveillance where you can store your bikes, garment washing and a masseur at your disposal, directly in the hotel.
Bormio represents a paradise for biking enthusiasts: in this local area there are some of the most spectacular cycling climbs, that have made the history of the Giro d’Italia.
Starting directly from the hotel, you will be able to put yourself to the test with the feared Stelvio Pass, challenge the Gavia Pass or to try to climb the Mortirolo ramps.
A wide range of high-altitude routes that have been specifically sign-posted and immersed in the unspoilt nature of the Stelvio National Park has been dedicated to mountain bike enthusiasts who can reach one of the many shelters present in the valleys.
In Bormio you can choose from 2 cycle routes, connected to each other: the Alute trail (approx. 5 km) and the S. Gallo cycle route (approx. 6.9 km). Above all, Bormio is the point of arrival and departure of the marvellous Valtellina Path, a long 114 km-long cycle route that runs along the Adda, linking Bormio to Colico.
Other bike routes can be found in the surrounding areas: in Valdidentro, Valdisotto and Valfurva.
If you love thrilling experiences, then try the adrenalin-packed Bormio Bike Park, where you can find downhill slopes, a north shore area and a jump area!
The Bormio bike park also includes a freeride itinerary in the Stelvio National Park as well as hundreds of kilometres for cross-country biking, suitable for everyone.
In Bormio, road bicyle racing enthusiasts have at their disposal a wide choice of hairpin bends and heroic challenges to have a go at. In addition to the great climbs of the Giro d’Italia, also the climbs from Bormio to Bormio 2000 (the 2004 arrival point); the road from Bormio to Livigno, with the Foscagno Pass and the Eira Pass as well as the climb of the Bernina Pass, from Tirano along the Poschiavo Valley and the Engadine, leading up to St. Moritz are also worthy of note.