Ski resort ratings for Alta Badia compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 30 reviews.
|Overall 82||Skiing 69||Skiregion 70|
|8.4 6.9||8.5 7.6||7.8 7.7||5.6 7.1||6.0 7.0|
|7.0 7.6||8.2 7.8||7.4 6.7||7.5 7.7||7.0 7.0|
|Variety slopes||Snowparks||Crosscountry||Slope preparation||Slope orientation|
|7.8 7.1||10.0 7.3|
Schitterend gebied! Ongekende brede rustige pistes. Heerlijke skihutten om te lunchen. Geen wachttijden bij de liften, hoofdzakelijk stoeltjesliften. Italianen zijn heel kindvriendelijk. Prijs/kwaliteit verhouding is ook heel erg goed. Iedereen aan te raden, als je hier eenmaal bent geweest, ben je ergens anders niet gauw tevreden meer.
Review by Fam. Gercema from Wijchen on Monday Jan 11th. Visited Alta Badia in january 2010 as family
Most of the skiing is in the easy to intermediate range, and expert skiers can try out some harder side runs. The Sellaronda is easily accessed from Corvara village, which can be reached by skiing or taking the bus from other nearby villages.
The circuit goes through 4 different alpine passes and valleys, each valley with small villages and farms. You can stop in the villages or at numerous mountain restaurants for a cappuccino or schnapps.
The Sellaronda can be done by following the orange signs in a clockwise direction around the Sella Group, or by following the green signs counterclockwise. The signs seemed like they would be pretty easy to follow if you want to try it independently
Review by Campbell from Washington on Sunday Feb 22nd. Visited Alta Badia in january 2009 as family
The ski resort Alta Badia provides excellent terrain for families and beginners. Also snowboarders get their moneys worth as they have a boarder park at their disposal. Gourmets who appreciate the unique alpine atmosphere in the rustic huts and night owls who love to party until late into the night are well catered to in Alta Badia. Skilled winter athletes however who look for snow sliding adventures will feel completely unchallenged in Alta Badia. How ever Alta Badia provides a direct access to the Sella Ronda (only with the Dolomiti Super Ski Pass) which makes up for the lacking challenge as the excursion can be extended to the more diversified ski resorts Arabba / Marmolada, Val di Fassa
Review by Michael Versteeg from Haarlemmermeer on Saturday Sep 8th. Visited Alta Badia in january 2007 as friends