The Snowpark Alta Badia was created in 2009 and over time has become one of the best and most versatile parks in the Dolomites. We are located on the beautiful Ciampai slope n. 9, with a phenomenal setup every year: 14 boxes, 10 rails and 17 kickers will provide the adrenaline kick from beginner to pro in winter 2021/22.
The extensive ski area has more than 130 kilometres of slopes over 1,300°m. From the Kidsslope to the Snowpark, Alta Badia offers fun for the whole family, whether beginner or pro. While having fun on the slopes, visitors can also experience the infamous "La Dolce Vita".
This attraction, especially designed for kids, promises fun and adventure for the little winter sports enthusiasts. Imposing snow houses and mascots make this section of the track a special experience and are well worth a visit.
Fast, faster, Funcross La Para in Alta Badia. Have you always wanted to feel like a World Cup rider? Then this speed track is just the right opportunity for you. Whether alone or against each other - here, speed enthusiasts can let their adrenaline heart beat faster.
The Funslope Biok is suitable for both adults and children. From sweeping banked turns, majestic snow houses to a mega-funtwister made of snow, there is no shortage of fun on just under one kilometre.
The Pirates Freestyle Team consists of a group of friends who all share the same passion: Freestyle. They also support the ski and snowboard school with special freestyle courses. So, you can learn the lifestyle and a few tricks from real pros.
For all toboggan lovers, the toboggan run in Alta Badia is perfect. Over 2.3 km and with a gradient of about 10 - 15 %, the toboggan run leads through meadows and forests to San Cassiano. A true spectacle embedded in the winter wonderland of Alta Badia.
BTW: The toboggan run also opens at night for the night owls among you. So, you can discover the skiing area even in the dark with all the lights.
The winter wonderland can also be explored on foot. The impressive landscape wrapped in white can be admired during an easy walk or a snowshoe tour.
The Dolomites are a true wonder and are therefore considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. "The Pale Mountains" they are affectionately called and have become a hotspot for breath-taking photos. The photos are now world-famous on Instagram, Facebook & Co and are therefore a so-called "must see" for globetrotters.