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Skiing in the Italian Alps

Exploring the Dolomite mountains on skis and snowboard: Alta Badia awaits you!

This is skiing in Alta Badia

  • Nice people and great food
  • Modern ski lifts
  • Masterfully groomed slopes
  • Central to the Dolomiti Superski skiing area
A short break on the slopes of Alta Badia Dolomites

The skiing region of Alta Badia is located in south-east South Tyrol, between 1,300 and 2,778 metres (4,265 and 9114ft) above sea level, centrally in the Dolomiti Superski skiing region. This location is perfect for exploring the Dolomites on skis and snowboard. From the end of November to mid-April, you will find perfect skiing conditions in Alta Badia.

On the Sellastock with the Marmolada in sight

With its 53 modern lifts, 130 km (80 mi) of perfectly groomed ski slopes and the connection to more than 500 km (300 mi) of ski slopes in South Tyrol, Trentino and Venetia, Alta Badia has been a popular destination for ski and snowboard enthusiasts for 50 years.

Starting in Alta Badia, you can ski new runs every day - among which are some of the most beautiful downhill runs in the Dolomites such as the slopes on the Sellaronda, at Plan de Corones or on the Marmolada glacier.

La Villa with Piz La Ila and Gran Risa on the right

The Dolomite region is known for being a family-friendly skiing region in South Tyrol - many children and beginners have learned how to ski or snowboard in Alta Badia.

However, Alta Badia is also popular with experienced skiers who love the multi-faceted skiing and the black runs such as the Gran Risa in La Villa, the Vallon-Boè in Corvara and the panorama downhill run on Mount Lagazuoi.

The one-of-a-kind landscapes of the Dolomites are the icing on the cake for skiing enthusiasts who love to ski the slopes of Alta Badia and experience unforgettable skiing holidays in Italy.