Ski passes for Alta Badia & Dolomiti Superski
These passes allow you to gain access to all pistes and lifts in Alta Badia and its surroundings
With its 130 kilometres of slopes and a direct connection to the 500 km runways of the Dolomiti Superski area (with a total of 1200 kilometres of slopes and over 450 lifts), the Alta Badia ski area is among the most popular ones in the Dolomites. The exceptional connections in Alta Badia make it possible to always find new slopes, even on a holiday lasting several weeks.
Alta Badia ski pass
130 km of slopes and easy links – all this with a single ski pass
The Alta Badia ski pass allows you to ride along 130 km of slopes between the areas of Corvara, Colfosco, San Cassiano, La Villa and Badia on skis and snowboards and to reach the passes of Campolongo, Falzrego and Gardena (Gröndner Joch). The Alta Badia ski pass is particularly suited to children, ski novices and those who like to take it easy.
53 modern ski lifts ensure fast and comfortable links. There is a high-tech system of artificial snow-production at hand to guarantee optimum skiing conditions even at times of light snow.
Dolomiti Superski ski pass
One ski pass for 15 ski areas, 450 lifts and 1,200 kilometres of slopes
With the Dolomiti Superski ski pass there's direct access from Alta Badia to the Sellaronda, the Gebirgsjäger-Skitour and to a further 500 kilometres of slopes in the ski area around the Sella massif.
Discover 15 diverse ski areas with 450 modern lifts and 1200 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes, including those of Alta Badia, of course.
Buy your ski pass online and save 5% right away
You can buy your ski pass on the Dolomiti Superski online shop, so you can avoid queues and start your day of skiing quickly and easily. If you already have a MyDolomiti Skicard, the ski pass can be loaded directly onto the card, or you can collect your ski pass with a voucher at the digital lanes in the ski pass offices (where available). The third option is to collect your pass at the ticket pick-up boxes, which are set up outside the ski pass offices.
Safety first: new rules for safe skiing
From 1. April 2022, no Green Pass will be required for access to lifts.
The use of a face covering in all closed spaces open to the public is still recommended.
Safety first - for yourself and towards other skiers.
From the 1st January 2022, the Italian legislation on safety in winter sports has introduced some obligations and regulations for a better togetherness on the slopes.
Third-party liability insurance policy
From the 1st January 2022 on, every user of the ski areas must have third-party liability insurance. The most common insurance policies of this kind, including those for families, already cover the area of "winter sports" - it is nevertheless recommended to clarify this with your own insurance company.
Those who do not have this insurance can buy it at the skipass offices or on the website dolomitisuperski.com even for single days, through the Dolomiti Superski partner, Snowcare.
Minors must wear a helmet
Helmets will be compulsory for all minors involved in the most common winter sports, such as downhill skiing, snowboarding, telemark skiing, freestyle skiing and tobogganing.
Alcohol on the slopes
New rules regarding alcohol on the ski slopes
It will be forbidden to ski in a state of drunkenness (the limits laid down in the Highway Code will be applied, i.e. 0.5 mg of alcohol per litre of blood) or under the influence of drugs.