Livigno is a town and comune in the Lombardy region of Italy, located in the Italian Alps near the Swiss border. It also holds a special-administered status in the province of Sondrio.
Livigno features two distinct ski areas, each situated on opposite sides of the valley.
Carosello 3000 encompasses the Vetta Blesaccia and Costaccia mountains, while the Mottolino area spans the Monte della Neve and Monte Sponda mountains to the east. The combined Livigno ski area boasts 115 kilometers of ski slopes, including 12 black runs, 37 red slopes, and 29 blue trails. Visitors have access to 31 lifts, comprising 6 cableways, 13 chairlifts, and 11 ski lifts. The skiing season typically extends from late November to early May.
The town of Livigno has a strong connection to winter sports, with eight Italian athletes from Livigno participating in the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics. It is also slated to host snowboarding and freestyle skiing events during the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo.
In 2015, Livigno was selected as the venue for the European Freeride Festival, which took place from January 31 to February 4.