Alta Badia Ski Resort

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The ski resorts of the Dolomiti Superski ski area, including Alta Badia, are located in naturally snowy areas, between 1400 and 3269 mt in altitude. The extremely low humidity of this area creates the perfect conditions for powder snow and the altitude extends the ski season from November to April. The principal resorts in Badia are Corvara, La Villa, San Cassiano and San Leonardo. The Alta Badia ski area comprises 130 km of snowy slopes connected by a modern and rapid system of ski lifts, connected at Sella Ronda. For ski and snowboard enthusiasts Alta Badia, and the entire Dolomite area, with over 1200 km of trails, fresh snow, wide, sunny and well-cured slopes, blue skies and beautiful sunny days, is a true winter paradise, a paradise formed 200 million years ago by a primordial sea. In fact, a long time ago, the best known peaks in the Dolomites, like Gruppo del Sella, Marmolada and Civetta, were atolls.

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Alta Badia Lodging

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Total Snowfall

14"
9"
6"
3"
9"
12"
Dec

Terrain Overview

69%
Intermediate Runs
28%
Advanced Runs
3%
Expert Runs
100
Runs in Total
80.8 mi
Runs in Total
5.3 mi
Longest Run
80.8 mi
Skiable Terrain
0.7 mi
Night Skiing
55.9 mi
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 53

10
Gondolas & Trams
0
Eight Person Lifts
2
High Speed Sixes
0
High Speed Quads
21
Quad Chairs
3
Triple Chairs
5
Double Chairs
12
Surface Lifts

Elevation

9114'
Summit
4770'
Vertical Drop
4344'
Base
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