Nestled in a sunny basin, surrounded by beautiful mountains rising to over 3,000 metres, Bardonecchia is one of the most picturesque corners of the western Alpine arc. A well-known ski resort since the 1900s, it was the site of the snowboard competitions of the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics.


It is a charming resort in constant evolution where tradition and modernity blend perfectly. Bardonecchia offers an infinite number of alternatives for those who love walking and mountain biking in the mountains: trails, mule tracks and military roads. The wide variety of trails available adapts to the needs of all enthusiasts: for those who simply like to walk, for the careful hiker, for the more demanding mountaineer.


Along sunny itineraries and walks through fir and larch woods, you can reach Bardonecchia's best-known peaks such as the Guglia Rossa, the Val Fredda, the Tre Croci, the Sommeiller glacier, Mount Tabor and the Pierre Menue peaks, with the possibility of pleasant stops in alpine refuges and at the numerous mountain pastures at altitude.


The summer season is full of events for all ages with nature, relaxation, music, theatre, culture and much more for an unforgettable holiday!