The municipality of Valdidentro is particularly rich in water, such the surface water that operate major hydroelectric plants, the cold water falling from the sky in the form of snow and whitening ski slopes, hot water that come up from the bowels of the earth and nourish fantastic spas. Going from Bormio meet the villages of Premadio, Pedenosso, Isolaccia, Semogo and, from Arnoga, you get to 2290m â€‹â€‹Foscagno pass that leads to Trepalle, Eira pass and Livigno. What in some papers of the seventeenth century is known as "Valley Pedenosso", named after a charming village that still exists, knows how to show in all its refinement thanks to the green that characterizes it. Valdidentro, two steps from Bormio, is a town made up of several towns, each with a special feature: they share the view of the wonderful Val Viola, just look up to the west. From Premadio climb to reach the historic Old Baths and up to the new bathrooms; the aforementioned Pedenosso country is at the foot of the Mount of Scale; modern Isolaccia with meadows and forests, offers the possibility to ski through modern lifts Semogo the foot of Cima Piazzi, seems almost lost in time in a size that still knows how to give the atmosphere of authentic mountain living, between the Val Viola and the valley of Foscagno, which leads to the homonymous pass and then in Livigno. The magic that emanates the stream Viola, accompanying Valdidentro throughout its length, wind, and seems to invite the rediscovery of a history that has left its traces. The various churches throughout the area, are full of treasures, like the memories of the times of war revived with the barracks Mount Scale, First World War. Built to grow under the homonymous mountain, inside a tunnel with two dusty hut door to the north of the ridge, where it comes out to 2420 meters altitude. Precious Towers Fraele that much earlier, in '300, together with the Serre dei Bagni Vecchi and Serravalle, served as the defensive system of the county of Bormio. Forests of fir and larch also characterize Mount Masuccoo, intoxicating in its simplicity and mountain beauty.