Height: 1,800-3,000 m Other parishes: Trepalle - the highest permanently inhabited parish in Europe, 1,900 m - 2,250 m Catchment basin: Danube - Being in the Northern Alps, Livigno's waters are tributaries of the River Inn which in itself is a tributary of the Danube. Geographical position: Generally facing South West - North East which guarantees sunshine all year from sunrise to sunset. Climate: fresh and dry. Settlement: the valley of Livigno has been inhabited for 1000 years, initially for military motives as it was a strategic point between the Northern and Southern Alps. Walking and mountain biking trails: 80 km for any level of experience. Ski Lifts: 30 with a total capacity of 40,000/pers/hour. Pistes: 110 km Cross country pistes: 50 km Snow: from November to May. Surroundings: By car from Livigno you can visit some delightful places; St.Moritz and the Engadin (also on the "Trenino Rosso", the famous train from Tirano to St.Moritz which passes the Bernina), the Canton Grigione in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Merano, the Alto Adige, Innsbruck and the Tyrol, Bormio and its thermal baths, the Valtellina - rich in traditions and history, the Stelvio pass - the highest pass in Europe and the Ortles- Cevedale glaciers.