Vermiglio is the most western town in Val di Sole. It is a typical alpine village, located in a panoramic and sunny position in the sight of some of the highest peaks in the Adamello-Presanella group. At the ‘Centro Fondo’ in Vermiglio lovers of cross-country skiing are able to meet and use any of the 4 runs covering 25 kilometres of prepared pistes which have made Vermiglio home to a number of competitions both national and international. At the ‘Centro Fondo’ you will find a bar, showers, changing rooms, car park, ski hire, ski school and a service centre. Children can enjoy themselves at the ‘La Bruscadela’ a downhill run for bob and inflatables, a treadmill and a skating rink. What’s more there are numerous excursions for climbers and mountaineers, and those who enjoy walking on ski rackets.
Vermiglio is also a place to enjoy summer activities, such as trekking, Nordic walking, and mountain bike trips, or perhaps relaxing on the side of the lakes situated near rio Vermigliana. From here the fittest of you can arrive up to Rifugio Denza or Cima Presanella.
This village is of great historical importance as during the Great War it was razed to the ground. There are a number of ruins including the famous Forte Strino, an Austrian fort (recently restored), where it is possible to see fotographs, relics and videos relating to the White War.
Not to be missed is a visit to the War Museum in Vermiglio, rich in original relics and memorabilia, arms and personal belongings original documents and photos of the soldiers who fought so bravely. Many other objects relating to events in Vermiglio from 1915 to 1918 can also be seen.