Alta Badia is a beautiful ski resort, situated into the heart of the Sella Ronda circuit. It can provide all ski lovers a multitude of possible sports practice, like: carving, telemark and snowboarding. The valley stretches over six different other resorts: Corvara, Colfosco, La Villa, San Cassiano, Pedraces and La Val, all of them being connected between each other by a free Skibus with Skipass, and you also have access to other locations like Cortina d’Ampezzo, Arabba, Val di Fassa and Val Gardena.
This is one of the most popular ski areas in the Italian Alps. The slopes you can find in Alta Badia are perfect for beginners and intermediates. During the winter season Alta Badia can provide all ski and snowboarding lovers with: 130 km best prepared slopes, 53 modern lifts and a well developed system of snow making facilities direct ski connection the Sella ski area central position in the Dolomiti Superski carousel and why not, the time of their lives. If you are looking for places to visit, you can’t miss the Pic’ Museo Ladin, in which you can find a great deal of exhibits about the history of the Val Badia region, where you can find a civilization called “The Ladins”, separated into two branches: “Cazét” and “Brach”. Their language does not differ that much whatsoever. If you feel the need for some adrenaline, then paragliding is available, and it can also provide you with an exclusive view upon the whole ski resort. After a busy day, you can take advantage of the several bars and nightclubs of the Corvara and Colfosco resorts. They also have a number of shops, which sell a wide range of goods and offer equipment for hire. All the resorts are very close to one another and it is easy to move between them.
A holiday in Alta Badia gives you the opportunity to discover some exclusive culinary treats. You can choose between the farm restaurants and the luxurious ones, pizza huts and so on, snack bars, and so on. They all offer tasty food like Italian pastas and fish and not to miss: the specialties of the traditional “Ladin” cuisine, which is the traditional cuisine of Alta Badia. It has its roots in the traditional farmhouse kitchens of our ancestors, when food was only based on few local ingredients. In Alta Badia you can isolate yourself for hours at a time immersed in this unspoiled beauty following the footprints of history or you can dedicate your day to sport or simply to relaxation.