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Due to its position Livigno is the best place to go for your holiday on two wheels. Directly from our Hotel Concordia, situated in the town centre, you will reach Canton Grisons and Liechtenstein for a one-day trip (278 km) passing through St. Moritz, Chur and Bad Ragaz. Or you can ride on the routes of the Lower Engadine (157 km) at the foot of Silvretta, to Vinschgau(216 km) and visit the fortified town of Glurns, Churburg in Malles and Juval Castel in Schlanders. Another spectacular route passes through the Valtellina region and the National Park Stilfser Joch (227 km). These are all round tracks so that you can easily return to the base for the evening. You will be tired but happy and ready to have your deserved and relaxing rest in our renewed Mandira SPA. Reload batteries and be ready for another riding adventure on the following day! But remember to fuel up in the duty-free area in Livigno before starting off, where tyres and motorbike equipment are cheaper too!


Livigno-Mortirolo-Giovo-Zambla-San Marco-Maloja-Forcola-Livigno

Countries: Italy, Switzerland
Distance:
416 km
Points of interest: Livigno, Mortirolo, Giovo, Zambla, San Marco, Maloja and Forcola Pass
Distinguishing marks: quick, amusing, unforgettable

 

These are 416 Km of pure amusement. Start is in Livigno towards the Forcola Pass: you get quickly in Switzerland, then head downhill to Tirano, where the tour is really getting going. The street to the Mortirolo is narrow and full of hairpin turns. Riding through wonderful forests you gain elevation and then head downhill to Edolo. From here on a myriad of amusing and quick turns take you to the Giovo and the Zambla Passes. Stopping on these pre-alpine passes is a must and then again towards the gigantic alpine passes: the San Marco Pass. It is like being on a helicopter: the ascent is quick and narrow up to the mountain hut. Take a photo and then off to Morbegno, back again to Valtellina. Have an ice cream in the town centre and back on your track. You still have to eat up a lot of miles in direction of Chiavenna and climb up to the Maloja. And on this way your tyres will be put to the test: a mountain track featuring both large and narrow hairpin turns rising steeply up to the top.  We are in Switzerland, it is better not to run too fast ... but the real fun lies among those hairpin turns. Pass Silvaplana and Sant Moritz by and turn right towards Pontresina. The Bernina Pass will be unforgettable: quick and amusing with the perfect asphalt! You are finally back to Livigno through the Forcola Pass. Have your deserved beer on the terrace of the Concordia Lounge Bar and then head immediately for the new Mandira SPA wellness centre before dinner. Have an epic sleep.

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Livigno-Gavia-Tonale-San Pancrazio-Venosta-Forno-Livigno

Countries: Italy, Switzerland
Distance::
292 km
Points of interest: Livigno, Gavia, Tonale, San Pancrazio, Val Venosta, Forno
Distinguishing marks: the paradise for expert motorcyclists, stop at Forst brewery is a must

 

These 292 Km are like being on a helicopter. Start is in Livigno towards Bormio and it’s immediately fun on the Foscagno Pass and then downhill to the valley of Bormio. Turn left to the Valfurva, on a quick street with long stretches up to the beginning of the Gavia Pass. A very narrow climb with demanding hairpin turns leads you to one of the bikers’ paradise. Have a stop at the mountain hut and then head downhill, paying great attention to the really narrow street, providing no parapets and suited for expert motorcyclists only. No stop. Turn left to the Tonale Pass. And here’s another history: a large and quick road climbing up to the top. The descent is pure amusement too, up to the end of the Pass. Proceed in the direction of San Pancrazio, riding on thousands of curves and then have a stop in Merano at the well-known Forst brewery. Enter in the Vinschgau Valley and reach the picturesque little town of Glurns, which deserves a visit. Then off to Santa Maria, which is already in Switzerland riding on the Forno Pass up to the top. Head downhill and take the toll tunnel to Livigno. Remember to tank up for the following day. Enjoy a super medium beer on the terrace of the Concordia, relax and have your deserve dinner. Good night.

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Livigno-Zernez-Davos-Bergun-Samaden-Forcola-Livigno

Countries: Italy, Switzerland
Distance:
173 km
Points of interest: Livigno-Zernez-Davos-Bergun-Samaden-Forcola-Livigno
Distinguishing marks: nature and breathtaking landscapes! Not too much demanding

 

These 173 km are not very demanding, but full of curves and hairpin turns. Start is in Livigno, then take the toll tunnel and reach Switzerland. Proceed in the direction of Zernez and before Susch take the beautiful Fluela Pass. You will be riding through a spectacular nature up to the top. Have a coffee at the mountain hut and then off to Davos. We’re in Switzerland so please pay attention to speed limits. The asphalt is usually perfect and with great grip. The Swiss National Park is stunning. From there on, proceed towards the unspoilt nature of the Albula Pass and then downhill to Samaden. Get back to Livigno passing through the nice Pontresina. But the best is yet to come: the spectacular Bernina Pass. It’s a quick route up to the top,   where you will have a stop and take some photos. Return to Livigno from the narrow but amusing Forcola Pass, riding through a breathtaking landscape. The arrival in Livigno is always exciting. Tank up, have a drink on the terrace, enjoy your deserved rest and relax at the Mandira Spa of Hotel Concordia. A tasty dinner at the Concordia Restaurant will lead you to the tour of the following day.

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Livigno-Stelvio-Resia-Bernina-Forcola-Livigno

Countries: Italy, Switzerland
Distance:
241 km
Points of interest: Livigno-Stelvio-Resia-Bernina-Forcola-Livigno
Distinguishing marks: epic ascent up to the Stelvio Pass

 

241 demanding km full of breathtaking curves. Start is in Livigno towards the Foscagno Pass and then downhill to valley of Bormio. The ascent from Bormio to the top of the Stelvio Pass is simply epic. It’s one of every biker’s favourite destinations, coming from all over the world to experience such a climb. The Pass leaves you speechless up to the top. Pay attention to temperatures and arm yourself with warm clothing, which will be useful when you reach the top. After a deserved stop, ride downhill on thousands of hairpin turns to Prad am Stilfser Joch. The road is incredible and the hairpin curves are narrow and often very sloping, so pay great attention! Proceed towards Glurns, which really deserves a tour. Then uphill to the amusing and quick Resia Pass. Stop at the bell tower submerged by the lake and then off again to Nauders. The valley leading to Scuol is beautiful too. If you want, you can have a rest at the thermal baths and then continue towards Zernez and Pontresina. The Bernina Pass is simply spectacular, quick and amusing. Get back to Livigno from Switzerland through the Forcola Pass. The fun is granted up to Livigno. Finally enjoy your deserved rest on the terrace of Hotel Concordia.

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