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Skiing in Alta Badia

Slopes

8Km
52Km
70Km
0Km
Total 130Km

Lifts

10

31

12

Height

2778m
1324m

Glacier

0

Cross-country

30Km

Fun park

3

Alta Badia

Slopes

75
276
364
67
Total 782

Lifts

89

192

115

Height

3334m
935m

Glacier

1

Cross-country

830Km

Fun park

17

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General information

Alta Badia is a wonderful ski resort with beautidul scenery and good pistes. The ski resort is located in South Tirol, Italy. The ski resort is large with approximately 131km of slopes, which makes it an excellent location for ski tours. The pistes are maintained well and the queues are small at the lifts.

Alta Badia is a good ski resort for families with children. There are many charming ski-huts on and next to the pistes and the possibilities for ski tours is ample. Corvara is the largest town in this area.

Colfosco, Corvara, La Valle, La Villa, Pedraces and San Cassiano are all part of this large ski resort and the 51 ski lifts connect the villages to each other. Even though it is not common knowledge, this ski resort together with the Sella Ronda and Cortina d’Ampezzo is one of the largest ski resorts of the whole of Europe.

For a fascinating ski tour, we recommend skiing around the Sella Ronda. This tour takes you around the 4 valleys of the “Sella massif” and takes approximately 4 hours to complete. The valleys are connected through various lifts and pistes and the tour is approximately 40km long.  You can either do this tour clockwise or anti-clockwise. The recommended skiing level is intermediate to advanced.

Travel information relating to the Coronavirus 

This information has been carefully compiled by Sunweb based on information provided by the local authorities. Since the measures mentioned are subject to constant change, no rights can be derived from this and Sunweb accepts no liability for any damage resulting from the use of this information.

Regulations per region

Distance in public areas (in metres)
1 metre
1 metre
Mouth mask
Yes
All over Italy, masks must be worn on both in- and outdoor public spaces from the age of 6. In South Tyrol it has recently been recommended to wear an FFP2 mask, this is not officially mandatory.
Required documentation before arrival
Yes

Italy only accepts tourists with a negative PCR test, taken 48h before travel (from 2 years old). Even if you have already been vaccinated. They are waiting for the official green EU vaccination passport. When this is ready you can also enter the country with it.

Fully vaccinated 14 days or more, or; - negative PCR test or antigen test that is not older than 48 hours or ;proof of recovery from Covid-19 that is not older than 6 months.

All travelers traveling to Italy must complete this form (Passenger Locator Form) .

Travelers to Sardinia must also fill in this form from 28/5.

Covid test on destination at arrival
No
Required documentation on destination to return home (measure destination)
No
Required documentation on destination to return home (measure home country)
Quarantaine after arrival on destination
Yes
When you enter Italy from the UK there is a mandatory quarantine of five days
Maximum persons together outdoors
N/A
Allowed to share a room with someone outside your household?
Yes
Curfew
N/A
Restaurants
Open
Max. 6 persons per table. From 6/8 a green pass is obligatory . Green pass is from 6/8 valid for people over 12 years old, at least 1 vaccin, negative Covid-19 test of max 48 hours, or document proving that you have had Covid-19 during the last 6 months.
Bars/ Apres-ski
Open
Opening times of restaurants and bars are decided by region. Nationally, bars must close by 6.00 PM at the latest. Apres ski does not take place as usual. Max. of 6 persons per table. From 6/8 a green pass is obligatory . Green pass is from 6/8 valid for people over 12 years old, at least 1 vaccin, negative Covid-19 test of max 48 hours, or document proving that you have had Covid-19 during the last 6 months.
Club/Nightlife
Open
Open in all regions in Italy, entrance with green pass, dancing is allowed.
Supermarkets and pharmacies
Open
Activities, attractions and sights
Open

Museums and other cultural institutions are now also open on weekends. From Monday to Friday the admissions are limited to a maximum number of people (which varies depending on the capacity of the museum), in compliance with health prevention measures. For weekend visits you need to book online or by phone. It is possible to attend the shows in cinemas, theatres, concert halls and other venues, including outdoor venues. The maximum number of spectators must not exceed 50% of the maximum authorized capacity, and in any case, may not exceed 1,000 people for outdoor performances and 500 people for indoor performances. The seating plan must ensure a distance of at least one metre between spectators.

 

From 6/8 a green pass is obligatory . Green pass is from 6/8 valid for people over 12 years old, at least 1 vaccin, negative Covid-19 test of max 48 hours, or document proving that you have had Covid-19 during the last 6 months.

Events (open air or indoor)
Allowed
Transfer
Yes
Public transport and taxi
Yes
Slopes
Closed
Skilifts
Closed
Ski rental
Yes
Ski lessons
Yes
Wellness
Depends
Open in yellow area's.
Additional measures per ski region
No
Good to know
Yes

Increased restrictions for international, travel due to identification of a new variant of the virus Covid-19. The rules differ between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Please visit GOV.UK for more information.

For public transportation, shops, shopping centres, restaurants and bars in the hotel the green pass/QR code is not obligatory.

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