Santa Catarina Valfurva

Santa Caterina di Valfurva is a frazione of the comune of Valfurva, in the northern Italian province of Sondrio. It is home to a popular ski resort, with many FIS World Cups races taking place in the resort. Santa Caterina hosted the 2005 World Ski Championships. The highest point of the resort is on the Monte Sobretta. The country, located in the Stelvio National Park is located 12km from Bormio , 70km from Mals and 78km from Sondrio.

Santa Caterina di Valfurva is a frazione ( hamlet ) Italian commune of Valfurva located in the province of Sondrio, in Lombardy , near the Swiss-Italian border. Summer or winter, the place is conducive to tourism.

The hamlet, nestled in the heart of Stelvio National Park is distant about 8 km from Valfurva and a dozen of Bormio. By the close with it, regularly host city for international events Alpine skiing and the wealth of the ski area, Santa Caterina often hosts high-level competitions. Thus, besides the different stages of World Cup , the station twice played host to events of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in 1985 and 2005 .

The climber Achille Compagnoni , one of two men who first climbed Mount K2 , and alpine skier Deborah Compagnoni , triple Olympic champion between 1992 and 1998, were from Santa Caterina.

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