Alta Badia
A central Ski Area

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Alta Badia is a strategic place, is located in a central position in the great carousel of the Dolomites Superski. Around the Sella group about 500 kilometres of slopes unroll and 130 kilometers of these are found only in Val Badia. The area is privileged also to be a good starting point for exceptional ski carousels as the Sella Ronda, the tour of the First World War and others.

The sun, the nature and the fun can not be lacking in Val Badia. The slopes are 95 and depart from the valley, at an altitude of 1.400 meters, to get around the 2.200 meters, thanks also to the artificial snow, skiing is possible until April. Here 70 kilometres of tracks are labeled blue (easy), 52 kilometres are red runs (intermediate difficulty), and only 8 kilometres of slopes are for bold skiers. The longest track is the Lagazuoi with its 8.5 kilometres of down, to follow the track that leads from Vallon to Corvara, 4 kilometres and three hundred meters. Even the number and quality of facilities is not insignificant. Besides the cable car there are 8 gondolas, 12 modern chairlift with automatic release, 18 chairlift and 12 skilift.

Some attention is given to cross-country skiing. 35 kilometres are dedicated to the classic and skating and divided into two main areas. The cross country center offers 19 kilometres of trails that run through woods and meadows and offer a sensational view.

Skiers enjoy the views on mountain Conturines, and the well-known Lavarella Sett Sass, group forming part of the UNESCO sites. Here is also a cross-country skiing school and a service center very well equipped, if lack of snow snowmaking system ensures the passing ability. The other area is the Crosscountry zone Corvara Alta Badia Dolomiti. The track starts from Corvara to reach the waterfalls Pisciadù along 16 kilometres of woods and nature.

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Also snowboard wants its share. this area offers the Snowpark Campai. These are two areas of different technical difficulty, the first more difficult and also offers the boarder cross, while the other is more approachable by beginners. Overall, the area has 14 facilities dedicated to snowboarders.

Into an italian ski resort the kitchen is not to be underestimated. In this area, three restaurants are highlighted on the Michelin guide. Many initiatives are proposed in all seasons in honour of good food. Both in refugees even in mountain farms successive moments dedicated to the taste and to the cusine, from the Dolomites traditional kitchen to the haute cuisine.

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