Corvara is wonderful for newbies - the easy, beginner runs spanning out from the village are picturesque, gentle and confidence-boosting, perfect for introducing you to the mountain. The resort is also in a great position in the Sella Ronda area, so when you're ready to progress, there are lots of easy runs on both sides of the village. The tree-lined slopes between La Brancia, Pralongia and Cherz are also ideal for finding your legs.
The easy access to the Sella Ronda circuit and Alta Badia allows intermediates to explore a whole range of slopes that cater to their ability, as well as experiencing the fantastic views. In particular, the vast network of runs in the San Cassiano and Val Stella Alpina areas are ideal for mixed-ability intermediates, and, if you're up for a challenge, the red back to Corvara that sweeps under the Boe cable car has excellent snow and is generally pretty empty.
There aren't many slopes in the Alta Badia that are challenging enough for experts, but the rest of the Dolomiti Superski offers a huge range of difficult runs and off-piste. Arabba and Selva have a lot of steeper, trickier slopes, and La Villa is famous for its Gran Risa run, used in the annual World Cup Race. If you're into freestyling, there are 22 snowparks in the whole ski area for you to try out.
The off-piste in Corvara is some of the most challenging you'll find in Italy. The Val Scura area is amazing, with some of the most famous couloirs in the region, including the one in Piz Boe - a 3,152m peak on the Sella cuircuit. If you like powder, then head to the Val Mezdi for - if there's fresh snow - knee-deep skiing with steep routes between the rock faces.
Prices given below for lift passes, equipment hire, ski school and packages are for information purposes only and may fluctuate during the season. Current prices can be found by proceeding with your booking.
Area Lift Pass
|6 Days ||Adult ||Child (8-15) |
|Area (low) ||£244 ||£171 |
|Area (high) ||£272 ||£191 |
: covers all lifts in Dolomiti Superski Area
Reduced prices for children under 8 years and seniors over 65 years
|6 Days ||Adult ||Child (7-14) |
|Standard skis ||£89 ||£44 |
|Intermediate skis ||£107 ||- |
|Advanced skis ||£134 ||- |
|Ski/Board boots ||£41 ||£26 |
|Snowboard ||£89 ||£62 |
|Helmet ||£27 ||£17 |
Minikid skis available for children aged 3-6 years
|Adult ||high ||low |
|Local lift pass & ski carriage ||£258 ||£250 |
|Local lift pass & standard skis ||£297 ||£288 |
|Local lift pass & snowboard ||£302 ||£294 |
|Area lift pass & ski carriage ||£277 ||£252 |
|Area lift pass & intermediate skis ||£314 ||£338 |
|Area lift pass & snowboard ||£321 ||£297 |
lift pass bundles do not include boots.
All prices are subject to availability and change, accurate prices will be shown when you select a package and continue to the extras page in the booking process.
| ||Days ||Adult ||Child (4-12)* |
|Ski tuition - mornings and afternoons ||5 ||£203 ||£212 |
|Board tuition - afternoons ||3 ||£180 ||£180* |
*Snowboard tuition is available for children ages 8 years and above.Usual hours of instruction:
Adult Ski - mornings and afternoons: 10am-12.45pm (Mon-Thu), 10am-4pm (Fri)
Child Ski - mornings and afternoons: 10am-12.45pm (Mon-Wed), 10am-4pm (Thu-Fri)
Board - afternoons: 1.30-4.30pm