Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio
Nationalpark Stilfserjoch


Reaching Stelvio National Park is easy: there are several SS roads leading to the most important towns.
Here you are a brief description of the main ways of communication. Of course, it is possible to find more detailed information online.

It is important to consider that the highest mountain passes (in particular, the passes of Forcola, Gavia, Stelvio, Umbrail, and Mortirolo) are closed to the traffic in winter. The opening and closure dates of such passes vary from year to year and it is therefore recommended to require information on their accessibility before you start your journey.


In Lombardy

  • By Car
    take SS 36 from Milan to Lecco - Colico, and then go ahead along SS 38 to Sondrio - Tirano up to Bormio.
    Or, take the A4 exit Brescia Ovest and go ahead along SS 42 leading to Valle Camonica up to Pontedilegno.

  • By Train
    Milan - Sondrio - Tirano railway line, and then bus lines to Bormio and the other Park locations in Valtellina.
    If you come from Brescia, you can reach Edolo with FNM and take the bus to Ponte di Legno and the adjacent areas.

In Alto Adige

  • By Car
    Along A22 del Brennero, take Bolzano Sud exit, then take the SS 38 crossing Val Venosta.

  • By Train
    Bolzano - Merano and Merano - Malles railway lines.
    You can reach the Park valleys with the bus lines stopping along Merano - Malles line.

In Trentino

  • By Car
    Along the A22, take the exit Mezzacorona - San Michele all'Adige, then follow SS 43 towards Cles and then SS 42 towards Passo del Tonale. Rabbi and Peio valleys respectively leave from the town of Malè first and from the town of Ossana after.

  • By Train
    Trento - Malè railway line, and then bus lines to the Park valleys.
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