About Alta Badia

  • Altitude: 1324m
  • Total Lifts: 54
  • Pisted Area: 130km

A beautiful resort nestled in the centre of the in the South Tyrol region, surrounded by the peaks of the Dolomites, Alta Badia is a picture-perfect skiing paradise. Located in the Northernmost region of Italy, Alta Badia offers the perfect combination of Alpine and Mediterranean influences, from cuisine to culture to landscape. Boasting 300 days of sun per year, it’s the ideal destination for those who love the warmth of the sun as well as the chill of those snowy slopes.


Alta Badia is set within the Dolomites, which were named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2009 and boast landscapes of breathtaking beauty as well as resorts that maintain a unique alpine charm. The Ladins, the inhabitants of this land, with their language and millennia-old traditions, offer exceptional hospitality, so you can experience the mountain through the lifestyle and habits of those who know it better than anyone.

As such, Alta Badia retains the feel of a traditional skiing town, but it also benefits from high quality infrastructure, modern facilities, first-class gastronomy and a snow guarantee (almost 100% of Dolomiti Superski slopes have modern snowmaking systems to ensure fantastic skiing all season long).

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