The exclusive ‘chalet for two’ at 3,000 meters (made from wood, stone and glass) offers breathtaking views and can be booked via Airbnb from December 2018

Levissima conquers a new peak and presents a high-altitude project. The idea was born in 2017 in collaboration with the Stelvio National Park, the Local Authorities and various local and non-local companies: a real territorial planning laboratory aimed at promoting the territory to which this company has always been linked, the peaks of the Central Alps, at the borders of the Stelvio National Park, from which springs Levissima mineral water originates .

“Levissima 3000 represents two things for us. On the one hand, it is a place to live the values ​​of our ‘everyday climbers’: a unique experience, immersed in nature at a height of 3,000 meters, where the contact with yourself and the awareness of reaching the highest peaks become stronger – states Federico Sarzi Braga, President and CEO of the Sanpellegrino group. “On the other hand, it is a gift to the territory, a seed to be enriched with experiences that the community can offer, to make the tourist use of this extraordinary naturalistic context, increasingly new and complete”.

Located on the highest peak of Bormio, the chalet will be accessible through the cable car Bormio 2000-Cima Bianca, where is also located the famous panoramic restaurant Heaven 3000.

Designed to accommodate two people, the chalet ‘Levissima 3000’ integrates perfectly with the surrounding nature, thanks to its shape and the use of natural and strictly local materials.

The interior space, made entirely in wood, is wrapped and protected to the north by an envelope in stone, while the other three sides are made with glazed surfaces to enjoy enjoy the view of the landscape. The chalet is surrounded by a majestic terrace for exclusive use equipped with Jacuzzi and sauna.

Thanks to the partnership with the Stelvio National Park and the local institutions, the location will be open to the public and bookable via Airbnb starting from December 2018. [Giuseppe D’Orsi]