Alta Badia Vacation Packages
Alta Badia is an internationally famous destination for outdoor adventures set in the heart of the magnificent Dolomites mountain range. Find miles of skiable terrain, hiking trails and biking routes. Visit charming villages and experience the welcoming Ladin culture. Alta Badia stretches across the South Tyrol (Alto Adige) province in northern Italy. This area boasts a beguiling mountain backdrop and brilliant blue skies.
Alta Badia’s biggest draw is its world-class skiing, which is part of the Dolomiti Superski region. From November to April explore some 310 miles (500 kilometers) of runs. Go skiing and snowboarding on the slopes of Sella Ronda and Gebirgsjäger. Challenge yourself on the black slopes of Gran Risa and Vallon-Boé or tour Mount Lagazuoi. Non-skiers can try ice skating, snowshoeing and tobogganing, among other snow sports.
Come springtime the snow clears and the mountains bloom. Take short and multi-day hikes through breathtaking natural parks such as Puez-Odle and Fanes-Senes-Braies. Ride lifts to mountain peaks, bike to the impressive Pisciadù Waterfall and try climbing a via ferrata, an "iron path" with fixed hardware such as cables and metal bars to help hikers. Enjoy family-friendly fun on the rope course at Colfosco Adventure Park.
Alta Badia’s six villages are the perfect accompaniment to the outdoor activities. They provide access to mountains and hiking trails while showcasing the Ladin culture of South Tyrol. Feast on regional specialties, including aniseed cookies and speckknödel (bacon dumplings). Sample après-ski entertainment at bars and festivals.
Visit Corvara, home to the Alta Badia Golf Club. At 5,397 feet (1,645 meters), Colfosco is the highest village in Alta Badia and the site of a 15th-century Gothic church. Relax in the fairytale-like villages of La Val and La Villa, both encompassed by Fanes-Senes-Braies park.
Dine at Michelin-star restaurants and learn about the region’s natural history at Museum Ladin Ursus Ladinicus in San Cassiano. Admire well-preserved Ladin architecture and centuries-old castles in Badia’s hamlets, San Leonardo and Pedraces.
Reach Alta Badia by flying to Bolzano Dolomiti Airport or drive from Milan, Rome, Venice or Munich, Germany. Getting here via rented car is a memorable journey via scenic roads such as Brenner-Pass.