Corvara in summer

In the kingdom of the Pale Mountains

In summer, Corvara is a fascinating medley of events, shows and traditional festivals, such as, for example, the “Thursdays in Corvara”, as well as various concerts, folklore evenings and entertainment for families. But just a couple of steps away from the village, the unspoilt nature of the Dolomites presents itself immediately, without mediation, with a stunning landscape that involves, captivates, conquers. The temptation to explore it seems irresistible. Hiking paths, trails for road cycling and mountain biking, fixed rope and climbing routes, paragliding and hang gliding flights will help you to discover the magic of the Dolomites, with its superb nature parks of Puez-Odle (Puez-Geisler) and Fanes-Senes-Braies (Fanes-Sennes-Prags). And for a more tranquil day try some relaxation on the beach of the biotope lake or play a round of golf on one of the highest courses in Europe.

Corvara in winter

Famous slopes and secret spots

A renowned ski resort, Alta Badia features 130 km of slopes, with fascinating runs and views, let alone direct links to other 500 km of the Dolomiti Superski area. Besides, Corvara is an access point for the most beautiful ski circuits in the Dolomites, known as Sellaronda and the First World War Tour. Of course, there is also no lack of areas equipped for freestyle, toboggan runs, cross-country ski trails and even an ice rink. Yet, there is still “another” Alta Badia, the one full of untouched landscapes and virgin expanses, far from the usual tourist routes. This is a paradise for ski touring, freeride and snowshoeing. Alta Badia always has a solution to make your every dream come true!

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