Alta Badia ski, wyjazdy na narty

Wyjazdy na narty Alta Badia

Alta Badia – Dolomiti Superski – A Side of Living Large On A Ski Holiday
Alta Badia in the Dolomiti Superski area of Italy includes six ski villages, all reachable from one another via a web of interlinked lifts. Alta Badia is one of the major players in the Sella Ronda Circuit. All of the skiing in the Dolomiti Superski zone can be accessed with one Dolomiti Superski pass. Alpe di Pampeago, Alpe di Siusi, Alta Pusteria, Val Gardena, Val di Fassa and Zoldo Alto are just some of the ski resorts with an open door policy for the Dolomiti Superski Pass. From Alta Badia proper—with it’s compact, quant town—there is access to over 530 individual pistes, with 130 runs right in Alta Badia itself. Alta Badia skiing includes 5 expert runs, 30 red runs and 68 blue, all reachable on one or more of the 52 ski lifts. The maximum vertical drop goes for 8.5 km with a maximum altitude of 2778 meters. The Innsbruck Airport in Austria (150 km away) is the easiest way to get to Alta Badia, where more than skiing and snowboarding awaits: curling, tobogganing, sleigh trips, paragliding, winter hiking, snow shoeing, cross-country skiing (38 km) and ice skating. Additionally, the hotels and services are not limited to saunas, fitness centers, indoor pools and tennis, massages, and spas. The childcare and child slopes are great places to leave the little ones and practice some nearby challenging slopes for adults.
Alta Badia Accommodation: Being part of the Dolomiti Superski Area, Alta Badia has hotels, apartments, chalets and hostels for the affluent and impoverished alike. Social status doesn’t matter when hitting the slopes is so painless. Many of the hotels give a small (5-10%+) discount for staying at least seven days with two or more people. Some of the newer lodges cater to an eco-crowd, with alternative energy sources and eco-practices that help eliminate waste.

Alta Badia ski

Informacje ogólne

Minimalna wysokość: 1152 m
Maksymalna wysokość: 2778 m


Najbliższe lotnisko: Innsbruck (Austria), 150 km
Najbliższy dworzec kolejowy: Brunico, 38 km
Bezpoœredni autobus z dworca kolejowego
Bezpośredni skibus z dworca kolejowego

Informacje o oœrodku narciarskim

Wszystkie: 130 km
Trasy do narciarstwa biegowego: 38 km

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Nocna jazda na nartach

Niebieska: 70 km
Czerwona: 52 km
Czarna: 8 km


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