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A taste for skiing

The tasty initiative on the slopes of Alta Badia, in the heart of the Dolomites

11th December 2016 - 2nd April 2017

A taste for skiing Alta Badia

In the last years, Alta Badia has established itself as an insider tip for skiers and foodies. Given the variety of slopes, the unique landscape of the Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage Site and of course, the high profile gastronomy, Alta Badia is a beloved holiday destination.

Since almost 10 years, during the winter season, the fascinating interplay between skiing, nature and gastronomy is celebrated under the motto "A taste for skiing".

Top of the Mountains


    Direct from Aspen in Colorado; from St. Moritz, Zermatt and Gstaad in Switzerland; from Ischgl, Lech-Zürs and Kitzbühel in Austria; from Sochi in Russia, and from Almaty in Kazakistan… the tops in taste on the slopes in Alta Badia!

    If you have always wanted to ski in these outstanding ski resorts then this season in Alta Badia we can offer you the chance to taste the cuisine of these top resorts! This year’s initiative sees 14 master chefs from some of the world's leading ski resorts pampering your palate with their culinary skills.

    The formula is the same winning one as always: While skiing on the slopes of Alta Badia you we invite to stop in the mountain huts participating in the initiative to treat yourself to some of the exciting dishes prepared by the top chefs. Of course there will be many distinctive dishes and particular flavours to discover - the American taste from Aspen, fine traditional Swiss cuisine, and fine South-Tyrolean dishes. And, the more you ski the more you will discover!
    "A Taste for Skiing" is a joy for your palate, a great innovation which has transformed the skiing holiday concept, introducing produce of the highest quality, a careful selection of natural ingredients, and it all goes to produce a happy, fun and super satisfying ambience.

    Eno-gastronomic events part of the initiative "A taste for skiing"