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The biggest ski resort of the Alta Badia region is Corvara, located at a height of 1568 meters on the sunny valley by the foot of Mount Sassongher. Corvara is a part of the Dolomiti Superski area with access to 668 individual pistes. It is a traditional Tyrolean village with characteristic Tyrolean architecture and same lifestyle, originated by the ancient Ladins. The center is compact with a large number of shops, hotels, bars and restaurants. There are many chalet-houses and apartments, climbing up the mountain on the village’s outskirts. The ski school of Corvara was established 60 years ago, and it was the first one among other schools in South Tirol.
The skiing area in Corvara is good for intermediate skiers. Nice blue and red slopes ideally fit beginners and families with kids, but they might be rather boring for experienced skiers and snowboarders. There are 38 slopes with the total distance of 40 km within Corvara. However, if you are looking for more adventures and you are a confident skier you can easily reach the ski areas of Santa Cristina from Corvara and get an exciting skiing and snowboarding experience on Val Gardena slopes.
There are some big airports that links Corvara so short holidays are perfectly possible. Here are the distances between airports and Corvara:
As there is no rail link with Corvara there may be some changes necessary and it takes more time. The following are some of the more viable public transport links:
Corvara is not served by a direct rail link. This means that the journey to Corvara is time consuming, tiring and requires changes. By far the best way to get to and from the resort is to book an airport transfer. The convenience of direct journeys means shorter journey times. You also get the most cost-effective method of travel, and a guaranteed trip. The comfort and peace of mind in booking airport transfers is also welcome.