Dining: Taste and Tradition
Valmalenco Bernina Ski Resort has a range of dining options, from those easily accessible on foot to refuges hidden away on the more advanced slopes. Whether you’re in need of a quick bite or want to sit down and take your time over local specialities such as sciatt, pizzoccheri, polenta and tagliata grills – we cater for everybody!
Bar Snow Food (mobile)
The old Funivia Alpe Palù cable car has been converted into a bar that serves takeaway food and beverages. After years of faithful service transporting skiers, last year the old gondola was converted into a bar on the slopes, offering tasty curly fries and panini designed especially for you by a renowned chef. Bar Snow Food also serves hot and cold beverages for a delicious breakfast or aperitivo on the snow. This year on the slopes there will be a second gondola bar that will add even more to your chairlift experience. Watch this space!
I Campanacci Restaurant at Alpe Palù
This extensive restaurant has been divided into several sections:
- La zona self service con piatti tipici come i pizzoccheri Valtellinesi o la polenta con salsiccia,
- La nuova sala ristorante con servizio al tavolo,
- Il bar aperto dalle 8.30 alle 17.00 per gli sciatori che vogliono gustarsi una buona colazione o un’ energetico bombardino a fine giornata,
- L’area ristoro all’aperto per le belle giornate di sole e infine l’area destinata a ristorante.
La Baita Flinstones dell’Alpe Palù
- CONTATTI Loc. Piazzale del Palù – 0342/452221
Also at Alpe Palù, in a converted cable car, Baita Flinstones offers fast food options, albeit with a traditional theme. There are tasty snacks such as typical Valmalenco panini with sausage, hot dogs and hamburgers. The Baita is the favourite haunt of young snowboarders and freestyle riders, including Italian national snowboarder Nicolino Dioli.
I Campanacci Restaurant at Prati Pedrana
At the foot of the four-seater chairlift to Alpe Palù, which has automatic coupling, I Campanacci restaurant at Prati Pedrana offers excellent Valmalenco cuisine also has a self-service area and bar.
I Campanacci Restaurant at Alpe Motta
At the top of the four-seater chairlift from Alpe Palù, with a breathtakingly beautiful view over the Bernina range, I Campanacci restaurant at Alpe Motta offers skiers an opportunity to take time out and relax between runs, while looking out over some of the greatest peaks in the Alps.
Many more refuges are to be found on or near the slopes, such as Baita Mahuta and the new bar in the cable car of the old Funivia.
See the ticket office for great packages that combine lift passes and meals, such as the Golosone package
, which includes a lift pass and lunch.