Alta Badia has always been a symbol of a five-star winter holiday. Numerous slopes, lots of different disciplines, guaranteed snow, technology and safety make Alta Badia a dream resort for thousands of skiers and snowboarders. The fascinating Alpine scenery is incised with 130 km of runs that vary by difficulty level from simple and wide slopes for beginners to dizzy black ones, like the iconic Gran Risa, stage for the races of the Men's Giant Slalom World Cup. But the real joy for all skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts is the possibility to explore different areas, accessible with a single Dolomiti Superski ski pass, especially along the exciting ski circuits, like Sellaronda, the Great War Tour, the Tour of Lagazuoi and many others that lead from Alta Badia towards Val Gardena, Val di Fassa, Arabba, Civetta, Marmolada, towards the renowned slopes of Cortina d'Ampezzo and towards the modern Kronplatz resort.
For freestyle acrobatics there is Alta Badia snow park, while backcountry skiers can enjoy unforgettable descents in the splendid Val Mezdì. Those who prefer ski mountaineering will find in Alta Badia a rich choice of sites to be explored with climbing skins.
And if you are looking for some alternatives to Alpine skiing, take advantage of numerous walking routes, snowshoe tours and Nordic ski trails. The village of Corvara features even an ice rink, a great solution for down-days.
In short, a winter holiday in Alta Badia is bound to success, especially when you spend it at the Hotel Veneranda, right in front of the cable car Col Alto, with the possibility to return to the Hotel with your skis on.