Skier in Corvara - Dolomites

Corvara Dolomiti Superski, Italy

Cable Cars over Corvara ski resort
Traditional buildings in Corvara ski resort
Corvara sign at the heart of The Dolomites
Gourmet food slope side in Corvara


Enjoy the town altitude of 1568m


130km in local area and 1,220km in full area

Ski Lifts

53 in local area and 450 in full area

Highest skiing

You can ski right up to 3152m

Welcome to Corvara, a picturesque ski resort nestled in the heart of the breathtaking Dolomites. With its stunning natural beauty, world-class ski slopes, and warm Italian hospitality, Corvara is the perfect destination for solo travellers seeking an unforgettable ski holiday.

Fancy taking on the famous Sella Ronda ski circuit? Yes Please!

Corvara Holiday prices

Corvara Skiing

Nestled in the picturesque northeastern region of Italy, Corvara is a destination renowned for its exceptional skiing and delightful alpine charm. As a part of the Dolomiti Superski area, Corvara offers an unforgettable ski experience with a backdrop of awe-inspiring mountain views.

Take on the extensive network of over 1,200 kilometres (746 miles) of skiable pistes, catering to skiers of all skill levels and preferences. Whether you prefer impeccably groomed slopes or exhilarating off-piste adventures, Corvara presents an endless choice for all ski enthusiasts to enjoy.

Want to find out more about Corvara skiing? Read our comprehensive Corvara skiing review from March 2024.

For Beginners:

If you're a beginner, a lift pass for the local area will provide you with more than enough slopes to fill your days. This Alta Badia ski pass provides a gateway to 130km of slopes connecting the areas of Corvara, Colfosco, San Cassiano, La Villa, and Badia. The mountain passes of Campolongo, Falzrego, and Gardena (Gröndner Joch) are also accessible with this pass.

For Intermediates / Advanced

If you're an experienced skier seeking more extensive terrain and the opportunity to venture beyond, the full-area Dolomiti Superski area lift pass offers an amazing 1,200 kilometres of interconnected slopes. Comprising 12 ski resorts, 450 lifts and 30 snow parks, it is the largest ski area in the world. From Alta Badia, this pass gives you convenient access to various renowned skiing routes, including the Sellaronda, the Gebirgsjäger-Skitour and the Sella massif.


The Dolomites region offers some of the best off-piste skiing in the world. It boasts a variety of thrilling descents, including steep and expansive valley runs like Val Mesdi and Cresta Bianche, as well as challenging couloirs such as Bus de Tofana. The infamous Marmolada, the largest glacier in the Dolomites, provides a challenging and exhilarating experience. With the Dolomiti Superski, it's even possible to achieve 24,000-foot vertical descents in a single day.

People on the slopes in the Italian Alps
View of Corvara resort at night
Solo skier above Corvara resort - Italy
Piste Bashers in Corvara Ski Resort

Corvara Village

Located in the heart of the Dolomites, Corvara is the largest among a cluster of villages that make up the renowned Alta Badia ski area. Known for its laid-back and sophisticated atmosphere, Corvara is seen as the jewel in the Alta Badia crown.

Corvara is an excellent destination for beginners, as a significant portion of the local slopes consists of long, gentle blue runs, perfect for learning and improving your skills. For intermediate skiers seeking more challenging terrain, Selva and Arabba offer a variety of options. While Corvara itself may not have extensive terrain for advanced skiers, the vast Dolomiti Superski area provides a wide range of suitable slopes. It's important to note that off-piste skiing is prohibited in certain areas, so caution should be exercised when venturing off the designated trails.

In addition to its own expansive slopes, Corvara also offers access to the Sella Ronda ski circuit (you can read our comprehensive Corvara skiing review from March 2024 to find out more). This circuit connects the Alta Badia resort to several other neighbouring resorts, including Arabba and Selva. Even though the snowfall can be erratic, Corvara features some of the most high-tech and effective snow machines in the world.


of Pistes in the Dolomiti Superski Area


Ski Lifts in the Full Area


Ski Resorts interconnected - Dolomiti Superski


Minutes from Innsbruck Airport

Getting to Corvara

The most efficient way to reach the resort is by taking a flight to Innsbruck in Austria, followed by a two-and-a-half-hour (133km) transfer.

Other options include Venice Airport, located 176km away and takes 2 hours and 50 minutes by transfer. And, Bolzano Airport which is 67km away, taking 1 hour and 35 minutes via transfer. Please note, these Italian airports will offer far fewer ski transfers to Corvara than Innsbruck Airport.

Please let us know when you have booked your flights and we can arrange to have your transfers all ready and waiting for you when you land. We do not charge extra for organising this for you.

Art Deco Poster, Corvara
Cartoon Style poster of Dolomites ski area
Ski Poster Corvara
Poster of Dolomites - Italy

Corvara and the Dolomiti Superski Lift Pass Prices 2024-2025

Corvara is part of the Alta Badia ski area, which is part of the much larger Dolomiti Superski ski area. There are two main lift pass options available: "Alta Badia" (the local area) and "Dolomiti Superski" (the much larger ski area). The Alta Badia pass is usually sufficient for beginner skiers. The full Dolomiti Superski pass is better suited to experienced skiers and boarders, looking to explore and cover more ground.

Lift passes 2024-2025

Area Covered Six-Day Adult Price 2024-2025
Corvara & Alta Badia €375.00
Dolomiti Superski €404.00

Corvara & Alta Badia Snow Forecasts

Accommodation in Corvara

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Corvara Dates & Prices 2024-2025

You can book online simply by selecting the week and room type you require, or phone / email us too. If you have any questions prior to booking, we'd love to hear from you — please just get in touch.

Hotels Rooming Options:

We have reduced the types of rooms we offer, in our Hotels only (in Chamonix - Les Houches, Corvara, and Zell Am See).It is only possible to book a single room, unless you're booking your stay with another person:

  1. Single Rooms: Theses rooms can be booked for a single-person occupancy, and will have either a private bathroom or an en-suite.
  2. Twin Rooms: These rooms can only be occupied by two people who know each other and are booking together. They will have a private bathroom or en-suite.

Room types explained:

See our full room type specifications


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This was such a great week of mountain adventures and good laughs. What a fantastic way to just get away and have a brilliant time.

Olivia stayed in Chamonix (Mar 2019)

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