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Corvara Sunny mountain village in the heart of the Dolomites

Corvara, a fairy-tale village

A small, sun-kissed mountain village with typical wooden houses in the heart of the Dolomites, adorned by imposing Mt Sassongher, which signals Corvara from afar. Here, at 1,568 metres above sea level there’s just clear mountain air, pure nature, and genuine South Tyrolean hospitality. Your family holiday in South Tyrol, in Corvara, is characterised by panoramic adventures: Hiking, cycling, and skiing is especially beautiful here, but also other action-filled activities such as free climbing, paragliding, slacklining, and geocaching await you. Our family hotel in Alta Badia is the perfect base camp for unforgettable adventures in the Dolomites. There are plenty of outdoor opportunities for you here, all year round. By the way: Corvara is situated in Alta Badia, that’s why South Tyrol’s third official language is spoken here: It’s Ladin. Listen carefully when locals speak: Can you recognise some of the special features of the language?

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The highlights for your family holiday in Corvara

Skiing with the Dolomites’ magical vibes

Corvara is situated directly at the Sellaronda, the world-famous Dolomites circular tour. Our mountain village is also located directly on the slopes of the world’s largest ski carousel, the Dolomiti Superski. Also, the lift to Col Alto was built in 1938 and is considered the first chairlift in Italy!

The first ski school in Val Badia/Gadertal

The first ski school in Val Badia/Gadertal was established in the 1930s. Since then, children and parents, beginners and pros can learn how to ski or improve their technique here.

Stunning hiking adventures

There are two lifts right in the village centre that take you up to over 2,000 metres. Once you reach the top, you can admire different Dolomites peaks, such as Mt Marmolada/Marmolata and also the Austrian Alps. The perfect view to accompany your hike!

The activity offer has no limits

There’s so much to experience in Corvara! Besides hiking and skiing, you can also look forward to an indoor ice rink, a golf course, a tennis centre, and a bathing lake with sunbathing lawn.

Climbing the Dolomites

Climbing on the cliffs of the Dolomites is absolutely beautiful and panoramic. Climbing fun also awaits you on the indoor climbing walls with different levels of difficulty.

Powerful and imposing

We’re talking about the Pisciadù waterfall. You can reach it by taking an easy walk through sunny meadows and open forests. After crossing bridges and streams, you’ll reach the foot of the Sella massif, where the gushing Pisciadù waterfall is located.

High up on Sasso Pordoi

With its 3,152 metres above sea level, Piz Boè is the highest peak of the Sella massif. You can easily reach Sasso Pordoi, at 2,950 metres, by cable car starting from Passo Pordoi/Pordoijoch. You’ll then reach the Forcella Pordoi hut in only 10 minutes. The awe-inspiring panorama is included!

The Movimënt leisure park

Movimënt is the most unusual gym in the world, as it’s outdoors, in the heart of the Dolomites. In this leisure park you can hike, enjoy a Kneipp, bike, climb, play, and have fun.

Insider tip on Ladin culture

In the Museum Ladin Ćiastel de Tor in St. Martin in Thurn, you can find out exciting information about the Ladin people, their culture, and their traditions.

Ever heard of the Ursus ladinicus?

The Ursus Ladinicus is the famous prehistoric cave bear whose skeleton was found in the Conturines cave. In the Museum Ladin Ursus Ladinicus in St. Kassian you can find out all about it and the geology of the Dolomites.

And action! The best adventures in Corvara and surroundings

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