“Bëgnodüs!” Welcome to the Ladin valley of Alta Badia, nestled amidst the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites. Enjoy the unique lilting melody of Ladin, one of the oldest languages in the Alps, and marvel at how the delightful Ladin people bring their fascinating culture to life. You’ll soon see why Alta Badia has long been known as the “heart of the Dolomites”.
130 kilometres of sublime slopes, cutting-edge cable cars and lifts, fresh mountain air at heights of up to 2,700 metres above sea level, an entry point to the Sellaronda ski circuit – the attractions go on and on. This much is clear: the Alta Badia ski resort in the Dolomites offers a stunning variety of experiences and a direct connection to over 500 kilometres of slopes.
Alta Badia is a ski resort straight out of the picture book: encircled by imposing rock faces and rugged ridges, its sun-kissed slopes provide the perfect blend of gentle descents and demanding downhill runs. Of the 130 kilometres of slopes available to ski fans at this resort in the Dolomites, 70 kilometres are category blue and thus ideal for families and beginners.
In addition to child-friendly slopes and accommodation, junior skiers can also sample a range of ski courses aimed at honing their skills. Explore the wide range of family activities now!
More experienced visitors and thrill-seeking skiers should head for the 50 kilometres of red slopes and eight kilometres of black slopes, while those in excellent physical condition are sure to enjoy the challenge posed by the famous Sellaronda ski circuit. As even the best and bravest skiers will tell you, it’s certainly not for the faint of heart!
Attention all snowboarders: Alta Badia ski resort is also home to a top-class snow park. At this fantastic facility located between the La Fraina and Ciampai slopes, freestylers are greeted by a terrific variety of set-ups covering a whole host of difficulty levels.
No matter whether you’re an occasional skier, a holidaymaker or a seasoned veteran of the slopes, Alta Badia ski resort has a range of ski passes to suit all styles. The various one-day, multi-day and season tickets open the door to 53 lifts and 130 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes in all difficulty levels.
Still not sure which ticket is right for you? Our dedicated price calculator is here to help!
Looking for the ultimate skiing experience? The unique Dolomiti Superski ski pass grants access to an incredible 1,200 kilometres of slopes across a total of twelve different ski resorts. Only one question remains: where to start?
Looking forward to a soothing tea and a hot meal after a hard day’s skiing? Winter sports fans at Alta Badia ski resort are spoilt for choice, with around 40 mountain huts and restaurants serving up delicious dishes and a terrific atmosphere. All establishments are open for business by lunchtime at the latest and offer visitors a hearty slice of legendary Trentino hospitality. The wide-ranging options cater to virtually all tastes, covering everything from typical Italian specialities to fine wines and exquisite international cuisine.
Tip: with so many amazing options to choose from, trust your gut and see what takes your fancy!
Did you know that the residents of Alta Badia are called the “Ladin” in honour of their language? As the oldest inhabitants of the Alpine region, the Ladin differ from the Italians and Austrians primarily in terms of their cultural roots. Known for putting their heart and soul into Ladin traditions of mountain farming and handicrafts, the people ensure that these typical customs can be handed down to future generations by turning them into a key part of everyday life.
Tip: holidaymakers wanting to find out more about the Ladin people should head for the “Ciastel de Tor” museum.