Corvara is a delightful village in the Alta Badia region of the Dolomites, with its neighbouring village Colfosco you won't be short of things to see and do.
Corvara is ideal for newbies, the ski school is based right in the town with gentle, easy beginner runs to progress to, it is perfect for confidence boosting and introducing you to the mountain, you will be hitting the red runs in no time.
Intermediates are spoilt for choice, with easy access from to the Sella Ronda circuit and Alta Badia, it allows you to explore a wide range of slopes that cater to your ability. You can find some more challenging runs at the top of the Portavescovo in Arabba and the Costorata red which takes you through the Passo Campolungo.
The Dolomiti Superski is the place to go for advanced runs, . 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.
Food & Drink
Between Corcara and Colfosco there are around 40 places to eat ranging from traditional Ladin and Italian cuisine to Mediterranean inspired dishes, there is something for everyone. There are many fines wines to taste and cakes to eat, even the keenest skiers will find it hard to drag themselves away from the hotels and make it onto the slopes.