Alta Badia Ski Map

Dolomites, Italy

Alta Badia Ski Map

Alta Badia Ski Map
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Alta Badia ski region is located in the Italian Dolomites. The Dolomites are part of the Alpine mountain range, but their geology is unique. The limestone here creates sharper pointed crests than many other regions of the alps and this enhances the backdrop that all visitors to Alta Badia enjoy.

The Dolomites region includes many of Italy's largest and most prestigious resorts. Visitors to Alta Badia have a range of ski networks and villages to visit, each with their own direct access to the slopes and individual characters.

The beauty of the region attracts a lot of visitors and they are served by some fantastic restaurants. Alta Badia hosts some of the best restaurants in the Alps. We love Italian cuisine and the Alta Badia region does not disappoint in this regard.

Whether on the slopes, or in the villages, the Alta Badia region is architecturally traditional and there is a really friendly Italian welcome here to visitors from all over the world. The traditional approach, also extends to the apres vibe here. Visitors can relax in comfort at the end of a hard days ski with a glass of whatever they choose without the thump thump thump of a DJ. There is nightlife in the Alta Badia region but it tends to be a bit more sophisticated and dancing on tables is generally left to the slightly less refined resorts in the area.

Historically, Alta Badia is a real gem. This area of the alps has settlements dating back to 7,000 BC, and it is amazing to share, what would have been very similar views with ancient pre roman settlers from the comfort of one of many mountain huts on the piste. Clearly, the ease from which one can navigate the mountain has improved somewhat. The lift network here is constantly evolving to accommodate the demand and so is mostly very efficient and well managed.

The snow record here is good and visibly enhanced by lots of sunny days. Most of the village are at a high or mid level altitude and so skiing back to the hotel is rarely a problem.

Alta Badia is an inter-connected region with many villages to choose from, it is also part of the Sellaronda which is the largest ski network covered by a single lift pass, so for those who want to explore more of the Dolomites and move away from Alta Badia this is also an option.

The resort is laid out well for beginners but also attracts the experienced skiers including the elite as the FIS Ski World Cup is regularly located on the Vallon-Boe piste which takes skiers into the very centrally located village of Corvara.

Size: Medium

130km

Resort Altitude: Medium

1324m

Ski Range

2778m
1324m

Pistes Available

100

069283

Lifts

53

12 drags
31 chairs
10 cabins
Opens 30.11.2021 to 14.04.2022

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

3

Transfer Information

Innsbruck

135km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

Venice

173km

Av. Transfer time

3hr

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Alta Badia ski region is located in the Italian Dolomites. The Dolomites are part of the Alpine mountain range, but their geology is unique. The limestone here creates sharper pointed crests than many other regions of the alps and this enhances the backdrop that all visitors to Alta Badia enjoy.

The Dolomites region includes many of Italy's largest and most prestigious resorts. Visitors to Alta Badia have a range of ski networks and villages to visit, each with their own direct access to the slopes and individual characters.

The beauty of the region attracts a lot of visitors and they are served by some fantastic restaurants. Alta Badia hosts some of the best restaurants in the Alps. We love Italian cuisine and the Alta Badia region does not disappoint in this regard.

Whether on the slopes, or in the villages, the Alta Badia region is architecturally traditional and there is a really friendly Italian welcome here to visitors from all over the world. The traditional approach, also extends to the apres vibe here. Visitors can relax in comfort at the end of a hard days ski with a glass of whatever they choose without the thump thump thump of a DJ. There is nightlife in the Alta Badia region but it tends to be a bit more sophisticated and dancing on tables is generally left to the slightly less refined resorts in the area.

Historically, Alta Badia is a real gem. This area of the alps has settlements dating back to 7,000 BC, and it is amazing to share, what would have been very similar views with ancient pre roman settlers from the comfort of one of many mountain huts on the piste. Clearly, the ease from which one can navigate the mountain has improved somewhat. The lift network here is constantly evolving to accommodate the demand and so is mostly very efficient and well managed.

The snow record here is good and visibly enhanced by lots of sunny days. Most of the village are at a high or mid level altitude and so skiing back to the hotel is rarely a problem.

Alta Badia is an inter-connected region with many villages to choose from, it is also part of the Sellaronda which is the largest ski network covered by a single lift pass, so for those who want to explore more of the Dolomites and move away from Alta Badia this is also an option.

The resort is laid out well for beginners but also attracts the experienced skiers including the elite as the FIS Ski World Cup is regularly located on the Vallon-Boe piste which takes skiers into the very centrally located village of Corvara.

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