Alta Badia: the skiing area in the Dolomites with its own special flair
Due to its position on the sunny side of the Alps where South Tyrol meets Italy, you are able to experience the perfect skiing holiday
Red cheeks and sparkling eyes: the Alta Badia skiing area always ensures endless winter holiday fun for skiing fans. Direct links within the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel afford you unimpeded access to 500 kilometres of pistes where you can ski to your heart’s content.
And this is what makes Alta Badia so special:
The skiing area
The Alta Badia skiing area in the Dolomites is situated between 1,300 and 2,778 metres above sea level, providing optimum skiing conditions from December through to April.
53 fast and comfortable ski lifts, 130 km of excellently prepared ski pistes and its central position in the world’s biggest ski carousel, the Dolomiti Superski, have ensured that Alta Badia is one of the most popular of South Tyrol’s skiing areas. There is no lengthy queuing or crowding at the lift stations and on the ski pistes, which are specially treated every night by a large number of snow groomers and perfectly prepared for the next day.
Furthermore, representatives of the Alpini and Carabinieri police force will guarantee absolute safety and their motorised sledges ensure that when they are needed they can be on hand very quickly.
Incomparable atmosphere & exquisite culinary delights
Welcoming mountain huts and gourmet mountain restaurants perched against the captivating backdrop of the Dolomites, framed by an intense blue sky, enhanced by brilliant sunshine, the congenial and sociable local populace, and the successful marriage of typical South Tyrol atmosphere and Italian “Dolce Vita”.
All these make Alta Badia a most desirable skiing area, and especially so for guests who enjoy the good things in life.
Alta Badia – excellent for experienced skiers
Ambitious skiers and professionals can have virtually endless fun on the pistes of Alta Badia. Thanks to the direct links, you have the opportunity of skiing to your hearts’ content on 500 kilometres’ worth of pistes. The classic ski round trips such as the Sellaronda or “First World War Ski Tour”, the black runs of Gran Risa in La Villa and Vallon-Boè in Corvara as well as the panoramic downhill run from the Lagazuoi Mountain require skill and endurance from the skiers whilst rewarding them with astonishing views and unforgettable moments.
Alta Badia – ideal for families
Since around half of the pistes are not too challenging, the Alta Badia skiing area is ideally suited to families and ski novices. Almost all communities in Alta Badia offer lifts and pistes for children, as well as ski kindergartens.