Prices include

  • Flights (incl. taxes)
  • Return airport transfers
  • Accommodation on BB Basis at Hotel Miramonti and complimentary daily evening meals. Once our allocation at Hotel Miramonti is filled, we can check availability at nearby hotels and a supplement will be applicable.
  • Tour Leader services

Required Attire

  • Thick Waterproof Jacket – doesn’t have to be a ski jacket
  • Waterproof Pants – important
  • Ski / Football Socks
  • Ski gloves
  • Hat
  • Shoes with thick rubber sole
  • Sunglasses are enough for beginners – goggles are obviously more comfortable but not necessary

Travel Insurance

The Italian law, with reference to the safety measures in winter sport, provides for a mandatory insurance with third person liability in case of ski accidents.


The Beginners ski pack includes ski hire, ski tuition and use of beginners ski lifts during ski tuition only. Additional points can be bought on site.

*The Beginners pack for 2/3/4 days + Christmas & New Year does not include ski tuition. Private lessons or private course called “friends & family” would need to be booked.


The Advanced ski pack includes unlimited (open) ski pass, ski hire and a refundable €5 for the ski pass key card.


Ski Hire includes: Skis, Boots, Sticks, Helmet (only under 13 years)

Height, weight and shoe size information is required when booking the ski pack.


There are 2 types of ski passes

  • Points based ski pass — a lift ticket that has a limited number of points. Some ski passes can be used only in specific areas. Additional points can be bought on site.
  • Unlimited (open) ski pass — a lift ticket that has unlimited points giving access to all lifts of the resort.



  • Beginners ski packs from the 7th January onwards, include the collective lessons in the price.
  • Collective lessons: 1hr 50 mins each for 6 days
  •  School will split skiers according to their ski level – beginners/intermediate/advance
  • Kids under 14 years will have separate collective lessons from those of the adults
  • Minimum age for skiing is 4 years. Younger kids will be accepted on request.

From December – March / Collective lessons are available from 11.00 – 13.00

From 2nd April / Collective lessons are available from 10.00 – 12.00


All ski levels can book private lessons of 1 hour at the following prices:

  • 09:00 – 14:00 €55 per hour
  • 14:00 – 17:00 €45 per hour
  • Additional person: €10 per hour – maximum 6 pax
No. of Persons123456
09.00 – 14.00€55€65€75€85€95€105
14.00 – 17.00€45€55€65€75€85€95

From December to March – private lessons are available between 09.00am – 11.00am and between 13.00pm – 17.00pm.

From 2nd April – private lessons are available between 09.00am – 10.00am and between 12.00pm – 17.00pm.


Can be added to both the beginners / advanced ski packs

  • 4/5/6 days of private group lessons with your family and/or friends – min. 3 – max. 6 people
  • 2 hrs of lessons of your choice (9:00–11.00 or 14.00–16.00) – subject to availability
  • Must be of same ski level

Total Price for the whole group (min 3/max 6 people)

Time of your choice4 days5 days6 days
09.00am – 11.00am€550€650€750
14.00pm – 16.00pm€470€570€670




One of the favourite non-skiing activity for our clients of all ages is the jet biking experience. Spend 40 minutes driving the bike, amidst breathtaking scenery — speed, snow and lots of fun! You must be 18 years or older to drive a jetbike.


Ride to the top of the piste in the chairlift with the sledge in hand and then sledge down the entire piste. This is definitely an activity that appeals to the broadest age range and it is not unusual to find three generations of the same family all enjoying the sledging experience.


How about a challenge between friends? Take a spin on the go-kart like never before. A fun activity both for adults and kids.


Fly across the snowy slopes without an engine or your skis with this popular activity. It’s simple: you just sit on a large inflated tyre tube and slide down the twisting circuit specially laid out at the bottom of the slopes. Suitable for all ages.


Snowboarders have their own fun parks in Livigno, in addition to the regular pistes. There is also a competition level snow park with half pipes, rails, jumps and a mega sound system. Snowboarding lessons are also available on request.


The Latteria (dairy) is worth a visit. This is where by means of audio equipment, you can listen to and follow a commentary. You also see how and where the delicious cheese, milk, butter and cream are made and, of course, get to taste it.


Aquagranda Slide & Fun is pure enjoyment for adults & children alike.  The baby pool, the castle with its water slides, the adrenaline water slides, the jacuzzi and water jets are the perfect fun for both young and old.  A sauna and steam bath complete the facilities for adults.  Open every day from 10 am till 10 pm


Livigno is the number one ski resort for nightlife in Italy and,  possibly in Europe too. Livigno’s pubs get lively after a day on the slopes. There is cool music, great drinks and lots of fun! Some say that après ski is as much fun as the skiing itself. Most bars are within walking distance of hotels and, those which are not, are only a short, affordable taxi-ride away.


Take advantage of the duty-free shopping in Livigno that gives you endless shopping opportunities for clothing, electronic goods, alcoholic drinks, perfumes and other sundry items. Take the time to go shopping and, with over 300 shops throughout the village, you will bag a bargain for sure.

Activities will be available subject to adequate snow conditions

Travel insurance is not included and needs to be taken out. Covered by the Insolvency Fund. Booking terms and conditions listed at the end of our brochure apply and are taken as being read and consented to. Please read them carefully before booking

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