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About Alta Badia

Alta Badia is a ski resort in the heart of the Dolomites, south-east South Tyrol. The resort is part of the Dolomiti Superski Area, close to the resorts of Val Gardena, Val Pusteria and Val di Fassa.

Useful Ski Info: There is plenty to do here besides downhill skiing! You can horseback ride, go snowshoeing, ice-skate and even heli-ski! For snowboard lovers there is a snow park by the Ciampai slope, in the San Cassiano area. The village of Corvara is a good nightlife spot, with delicious local restaurants and lively bars.

Lifts and Slopes in Alta Badia: 53 lifts and about 130 km (80 mi) of slopes. Slopes include 28 blue, 20 red, 2 black. One of the most famous slopes is the Gran Risa, recommended for expert skiers only. It cuts into the woods and has several steep walls. For a more panoramic ski run, don’t miss the red Armentarola slope.

Ski pass Info: The Superskirama ski pass gives you access to the Alta Badia ski area, along with the other Dolomiti Superski areas, based on the chosen combination.

Weather in Alta Badia: Snow is guaranteed during the winter season. The area is also equipped with snowmaking systems.

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Is the Saint Leonard Parade in Val Badia worth going to?

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Is the Saint Leonard Parade in Val Badia worth going to?

Yes! Filled with local tradition and vivid pageantry, the Saint Leonard Horse Parade is well worth a visit. A highlight of the local harvest festival, the parade stars the region's gorgeous Haflinger and Noriker horses curried with colorful flowers and ribbons. Locals parade in traditional Ladin dress while musicians and floats provide even more vibrancy to the event. For visitors interested in Val Badia culture, history, food or horses, the parade is a terrific experience.

The annual parade celebrates the contributions of the patron saint of horsemen and horses, Saint Leonard. It's coordinated by the region's tourism office and horse breeding club, and is a wonderful way to mingle with the welcoming locals.

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I hear they speak Ladin in Val Badia. Will they understand me?

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I hear they speak Ladin in Val Badia. Will they understand me?

Yes! Although Val Badia's official languages are Ladin, Italian and German, the region is friendly to English-speaking tourists. Val Badia is a popular international destination offering many resorts and restaurants with staff who can communicate in English. As a result, you shouldn't have any significant problems being understood.

On the other hand, a trip to Val Badia is a good time to learn about the captivating Ladin tradition. Drop by the Micurà de Rü Ladin Cultural Museum to explore, and learn to say a few simple phrases like "thank you" or "good morning." Locals are proud of their Ladin heritage, and showing your interest in their language may earn you a few smiles in return.

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