Alta Badia


The Alta Badia ski area encompasses 130 kilometers of well-maintained slopes connected by a modern and efficient system of ski lifts, linked to the Sella Ronda circuit. For skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts, Alta Badia, along with the entire Dolomite region boasting over 1200 kilometers of trails, offers fresh snow, wide sunny slopes, and blue skies. The main resorts in the Badia region are Corvara, La Villa, San Cassiano, and San Leonardo. With the Dolomiti Super Ski Pass, you gain access to a vast network of 500 kilometers of interconnected slopes around the Sellastock, which includes the Sella Ronda, Alta Badia, Arabba, Fassatal, and Gröden. The slopes cater to all skill levels, from thrilling descents down the challenging Gran Risa for advanced skiers to gentle hills between Piz Sorega and Monte Cherz, ideal for beginners. Alta Badia's culinary offerings are a highlight of the resort, with gourmet chefs crafting unique dishes using local, high-quality ingredients in the many ski huts throughout the area.

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Alta Badia is situated in the Dolomite Mountains in the Trentino-Alto Adige region of Italy. It comprises the villages of Badia, La Villa, San Cassiano, Corvara, and Colfosco. The resort is centrally located, approximately 36km south of Brunico and 170km north of Venice. The nearest international airports to Alta Badia are Venice (VCE), Munich (MUC), and Milan Malpensa (MXP). Travelers from the UK or within Europe can also consider airports in Verona, Treviso, and Innsbruck. Bus transfers and private transfers are available from these airports, making it convenient to reach the resort. Find out more

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