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Alta Badia Ski Resort & Transfer Guide

Alta Badia is a great Italian ski resort, located on the sunny side of the Alps.

If you’re looking to spend some quality time with your family, Alta Badia offers a range of perfectly prepared slopes that are accessible to all skiers. We’ve got all the vital information you need to know, as well as guidance on booking your transfer, with our Alta Badia Ski Resort and Transfer Guide.


Ski Resort Location

Shortly after World War I, Alta Badia started to develop into one of the most impressive ski regions in the Alps. Today, Alta Badia is a modern and renowned skiing destination, with impressive views and scenery that’s dotted across the Italian Alps.

The region itself consists of 6 villages whose lifts are all linked together. The large village of Corvara, as well as other beautiful ski towns such as Sella Rondo and Badia, are never too far away.

The Dolomiti Superski area is also easily reachable from Alta Badia and boasts 668 pistes with an additional 573 ski lifts.


Closest Airports to Alta Badia

Flying into Alta Badia? Make sure to arrive at one of the closest airports.

Closest Train Stations to Alta Badia

If you’re travelling by train, these are the closest stations to Alta Badia.

  • Brunico or Bruneck


Transfer Times and Prices

The following transfer times are approximate only, as weather and traffic conditions can significantly impact the length of your journey.

  • Brunico (Bruneck) - 55 minutes
  • Treviso Airport (TSF) – 3 hours 5 minutes
  • Innsbruck Airport (INN) – 2 hours 25 minutes
  • Salzburg Airport (SZG) – 4 hours 10 minutes
  • Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) – 3 hours 15 minutes
  • Orio al Serio International Airport (BGY) – 4 hours 10 minutes
  • Milan Linate Airport (LIN) – 4 hours 35 minutes


How Much Will My Transfer Cost?

We take a dynamic approach to our pricing structure, meaning we won’t just offer a flat rate quote to and from Alta Badia. Instead, we take into consideration the specific circumstances of your journey to offer you the cheapest rates available without compromising on quality.

When you receive a real-time quote from Alps2Alps, we start with a standard rate and then alter this to complement your needs. Here’s what will affect the price of your quote:

Transfer journey (airport & destination)

Number of people travelling

Day of travel

Time of travel

Special discounts available

Your transfer quote will also depend on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and other costs like road tolls and airport parking charges.

All above factors will only ever result in our base-rate for ski transfers going down – we never over-inflate our prices at any time or for any reason.

We also offer substantial discounts for off-peak, off-season and mid-week transfers to Alta Badia. If you’re looking to get the best possible deal, travelling outside of peak season or mid-week typically results in the biggest savings. Our midweek (Monday to Friday) prices have up to 60% cheaper rates than weekend prices.

If you have any specific requirements or will be travelling as part of a larger group, please get in touch directly so we can discuss your situation.


Resort Open and Closing Dates

Alta Badia season opening dates are subject to snow conditions.

  • Season opens: 4th December 2019
  • Season closes: 14th April 2020


Ski Resort Essentials

Alta Badia sits at 1324m and features trails that range from 1350m to 2750m above sea level. Below are some more essential stats for visitors to Alta Badia.

  • 5 Black pistes (8km)
  • 30 Red pistes (52km)
  • 68 Blue pistes (70km)
  • 103 Pistes
  • 130km Downhill pistes
  • 31km Cross country pistes
  • 54 Ski lifts
  • Max vertical: 1426m

Alta Badia is a great destination for intermediate and beginner skiers as well as those with families.


Family Friendly/Kids

Alta Badia is a perfect winter ski trip for all the family. There are plenty of designated child-friendly facilities and entertainment, with well-groomed, wide and easily accessible slopes.

There are also several benefits for families with kids at Alta Badia. You’ll receive a great lift pass discount if you’re a family with children less than 8 years of age, in addition to professional and fun ski schools that are designed for people of all ages.


Weather/Snow Weekly Forecast:


Maps of Alta Badia Pistes

Pistes Map Of Alta Badia


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Tourist Resources and Links

If you’re headed out to Alta Badia, these useful links will help you prepare for your trip away.

Why Choose Alps2Alps for Your Transfer to Alta Badia? 

We’re the lowest-cost private airport transfer provider available for Alta Badia. Our vehicles are based at the airport to ensure you the best, most reliable and most punctual transfer service for the Italian resort.

When booking your transfer, you need a provider that works for you. We guarantee:

  • Cost of service – we offer the lowest cost door-to-door airport transfers
  • 24/7 assistance – our drivers and staff are permanently available to help
  • Friendliness – we employ experienced, friendly and pro-active staff
  • Family oriented – we understand family travel requirements (baby/child seats available free)
  • English speaking – all our drivers are fluent in English as well as other European languages
  • Modern fleet – we are equipped for winter conditions in compliance with local regulation and insurance requirements (our fleet includes Opela Vivaro, Renault Trafic and Mercedes E Class vehicles)
  • Reliable service – we won’t let you down
  • Resourcefulness – we will always do our best to find a resolution for any problems you may encounter

Summer Holidays in Alta Badia, Italy

Alta Badia is located in the heart of the Dolomites of Italy, near the beautiful Sela Mountain range. The resort is part of the famous circular route of the Village of Sella Ronda. 

Here’s a sneak peak at some exciting things you can do in Alta Badia this summer!

Alta Badia is an incredibly beautiful and colourful region nestled in the Dolomites, with plenty of summer activities to keep you busy. Experience the magic of cosy towns and picturesque nature reserves, with a background of rolling mountains, the Dolomites is truly amazing.

Summer Activities in Alta Badia

Alta Badia is the ideal starting point to discover the splendour of the regions main attraction - the Dolomites - a mountain range so majestic that it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list for the exception natural beauty.

In the Alta Badia region, you will enjoy perfect conditions for sports and active recreation in the summer. And even if you are not fond of sports, the healing air and gentle sun will allow you to enjoy a week of pure peace and relaxation.

In the summer, you can explore countless mountain paths and enjoy some of the world’s most picturesque hiking routes. Trekking in the Dolomites is a must-do for all avid hikers!

Other Alta Badia summer activities are:

  • Golf,
  • Volleyball,
  • Cycling,
  • Basketball,
  • Mountaineering

And of course, all-season entertainment including billiards, bowling, mini golf, swimming pools, gyms, and fitness halls.

Family-Friendly Fun in Alta Badia

The Alta Badia region comprises 6 resorts included in the Dolomiti Superski ski area (1200 km. trails): Corvara, Colfosco, La Villa, Badia, San Cassiano, and La Val.

In summer, South Tyrol attracts travellers of all kinds, including families. Clean mountain air, alpine meadows, natural beauty, and the unique cultural tradition of the region will make your stay here unforgettable, not to mention plenty of activities for the kids as well as the adults.

South Tyrol, where the Alta Badia ski area is located, is the northernmost province of Italy. It is situated south of the Alpine ridge and connects Central Europe and the Mediterranean region.

Useful Information for Your Alta Badia Summer Holiday

Tourists arriving in Alta Badia usually stay in one of the six major villages, and there’s plenty of accommodation options in Alta Badia to choose from.

Closest Airports to Alta Badia

Flying into Alta Badia? Discover the closest airports and their transfer times below:

Transfers from Innsbruck Airport: 2 hour 6 minutes
Transfers from Venice Marco Polo Airport: 2 hours 40 minutes
Transfers from Bergamo Airport: 3 hours 40 minutes
Transfers from Munich to Alta Badia: 4 hours

Closest Train Stations to Alta Badia

If you’re travelling by train, these are the best train stations for transfers to Alta Badia:

  • Brunico or Bruneck

Tips for Your Holiday

Bun de, bëgnodü – this is how you will be greeted in Alta Badia: this is The Ladin language.
South Tyrol is not a part of Austria as it may seem. This area exists at the junction of two cultural areas, but its character is formed by three cultures: German, Italian and Ladin, whose bearers are the inhabitants. 

Today, South Tyrol is a magnificent combination of Mediterranean and Tyrolean cultures, which is reflected in the character of the people, language, architecture, as well as in the original Ladin cuisine, as well as Italian and Tyrolean dishes.

The tourist areas of Alta Badia can be divided into two categories: nature reserves and monuments of architecture, history and culture.

The Dolomites themselves belong primarily to the natural attractions. You will be offered a wide variety of tourist routes. This includes climbing peaks, visiting caves, mountain biking routes, horse riding routes.

Among the monuments of architecture and history, first it is worth mentioning the Ladin Ciastel de Tor Museum, located in the Ciastel de Tor castle on a small hill above the town of San Martino. This is the largest museum of Ladin culture. 

You can get acquainted with the way of life and traditions of life in South Tyrol by going on an excursion to an Alpine farm.

Weather and Packing Tips for Summer in the Alps

The summer season in Alta Badia is from May to October.

According to its climatic conditions, South Tyrol is between the harsh north and the warm south. The climate is moderately warm, with an average of 300 sunny days a year. With altitude, mild heat is replaced by cold. In the mountains, snow lasts for several months, and on the tops of the mountains it never melts. 

The air temperature in the summer months averages +20°C. The weather, depending on the altitude, may differ at different levels. You also need to be prepared for a sudden change in the weather.

What to take with you to the Alps in summer?

The "green" Alps are changeable, so you need to be prepared for the vagaries of nature. 

  • Comfortable "breathable" clothes and shoes like walking boots or trainers
  • Keep a sweater or warm layers, and a waterproof raincoat in your backpack
  • Hiking sticks to help  unload the legs, and save strength!

Book Your Ski Transfer to Alta Badia

Be sure to book online with us to guarantee the fastest, most efficient and lowest costing transfers. If you request a service or destination which is unavailable, get in contact directly and we’ll do our best to help.

We operate at the lowest costs without compromising on service, reliability or safety. Start and end your trip to Alta Badia in the best possible way with Alps2Alps.

Book your transfer here.


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