Ski holidays in the Dolomites
Skiing in Alta Badia fulfils the most beautiful dreams of every skier
With 130 km of slopes, a network of 53 fast and comfortable lifts, a direct skiing connection to 500 kilometres (310 mi) of ski runs in the Dolomiti Superski area and its characteristic Dolomite scenery, Alta Badia has become one of the top destinations for skiing holidays in the Dolomites and even in Italy. Experienced skiers love the multi-faceted skiing region with its black runs such as the Vallon-Boè or the giant slalom run Gran Risa in La Villa.
A large number of ski runs, modern lifts and the unique Dolomites scenery provide every skier with the ideal prerequisites for perfect skiing holidays.
Safety first: new rules for safe skiing
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.
The skiing region Alta Badia was the forerunner of alpine skiing in South Tyrol and has, over the years, developed into one of the leading regions for skiing holidays in the Alps. As early as in the years after the First World War, the first tourists spent their skiing holidays in our Dolomite region.
During the 1930s, the first ski school was founded in Corvara and in 1938, the first lift system - a sleigh lift to the Col Alto - was built. This lift was replaced in 1947 by the Col Alto chair lift, the first chair lift in South Tyrol and, in fact, the whole of Italy. Since then, Alta Badia has seen a constant yet sustainable touristic development and today is renowned as a model region for winter tourism.
However, the region also offers wider, optimally groomed runs of all difficulty levels perfectly suited for family skiing holidays. If you choose Alta Badia in the Dolomites to ski with your children, kids' fun parks, ski lessons for children and ski-kindergartens await you.
A good selection of hotels and accommodation offers, the warm Ladin hospitality, good food and the fact that Alta Badia is gifted with 8 days of sun out of 10 make every skiers' dreams come true.
Join us in Alta Badia and experience an unforgettable ski holiday.