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  • In winter in Alta Valtellina tourists can enjoy 95 km of incredible cross country skiing routes, two FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Downhill slopes and overall 230 km of Alpine skiing slopes

  • Passo dello Stelvio slopes are part of one of the very few European glaciers which are open in summer for Alpine skiing downhill. 

  • With warmer temperatures, Stelvio National Park and Livigno Regional Park allow anybody to hike or ride by MTB hundreds of trails, and even to climb rocks or glaciers. Children can join summer MTB camps. MTB down-hill is also popular.

  • Bormio hosts a 9 holes golf field, tennis pitches, an indoor ice-skating short track, a horseriding centre.

  • Aren't you curious to taste local Italian cousine?

  • Visit for more information or to see the weather archive.

  • Click here to read some details about how to get to Bormio.


The temple of cycling, Alta Valtellina - Italy

From Bormio, known as Terra Magnifica (Magnificent Land), situated at 1,225 meters above sea level, you can easily access Valdisotto, Valdidentro, Santa Caterina in Valfurva, the popular Livigno and many more wild valleys. If you train with us, we recommend to you, your family and friends to stay at one of our partner hotels at a discounted rate, which shall also be our base camp that week.

What does Bormio really offer?

  • 25 meters swimming pool in the great thermal and spa resort of Bormio Terme.

  • For our cycling sessions in winter through January-March you will be enjoying rides on fat bike (or mtb) on the snow and off-road in Santa Caterina in Valfurva with our expert guides. And it is generally very sunny!

  • Road cycling through June-September from Bormio we can easily access Passo dello Stelvio (The King 2,758m asl), Passo del Gavia (2,652m asl) and Passo del Mortirolo (1,852m asl), three of the most iconic climbs in the whole road cycling history, often stages of Giro d'Italia and protagonists of other international sport events such as Granfondo Stelvio Santini hold at the beginning of June. Download the Cycling Map (copyrights

  • This area has great asfalt and gravel running paths in the range of 1,000-1,300 m asl, and in summer we can push it even higher.

  • There is a running track which is perfect for triathlon dry brick sessions bike-run.


Alta Valtellina - Italy

  • Just 30 km away from Bormio, Livigno is probably most known for cross country skiingsnowboarding, MTB downhill and shopping, plus it has hundreds of kilometres of wild trails.

  • Here you can train in the highest 25 metres swimming pool of EuropeAcquaGranda, where the Italian Swimming National Team train regularly.

  • Livigno valley (Italy) and Engadine valley (Switzerland) represent a land where professional triathletes such as Sebastian Kienle (GER),  Daniela Ryf (SWI) and Giulio Molinari (ITA) train year by year.

  • Livigno also hosts the ICON Livigno Xtreme Triathlon (part of Xtri World Tour) and The Giant Triathlon at the end of August.

  • Visit for more information about this region.

  • Click here to read some details about how to get to Livigno.



Torremolinos, Costa del Sol - Spain

Torremolinos is a all-year-long touristic destination. Why? Simply because you have enough sea coast, mountains and sun to enjoy any sort of outdoor sports. Situated very near to Malaga international airport in the South of Spain, we have planned for you one special training week from January 30, 2018 to February 6, 2018 in collaboration with the professional coaches of Neon Team.

A new edition is being planned, stay tuned.

Torremolinos public sport centre includes 50 m indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a run track. The natural coast offers exciting uphills up to 1,000 m to cycle by road bike or mtb and the long promenade along the beach is excellent for running sessions.

Visit for more information about the region.

Garda Lake


Lombardia, Veneto, Trentino - ITALY

Garda Lake is the largest Italian lake. Its South area - Desenzano del Garda is easy to reach because it is very well connected by any means of communication (international airports, highway, railway, coach buses) so it is the perfect location for our international spring triathlon sport camps.

Riva del Garda in the North hosted in May 2018 a stage of Giro d'Italia.

The particularly mild climate makes the lake a very popular touristic location all year long. Swimming pool facilities, the easy access to the lake and athletics tracks make our camps a very enjoyable experience. Besides, the three Italian regions offer incredible flat and up-hill landscapes which make them very attractive for any cyclist.

Dates to come soon or ask for your favourite week and we will plan it for you.

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