Corvara ski resort is one of the six separate villages making up the Alta Badia ski region (part of the mighty Sella Ronda). The skiing around these villages is varied and will suit all levels of skiing ability.
The position of Corvara is very central to the Sella Ronda ski circuit and the valleys of the Dolomite resorts radiate out from around the resort. The Marmolada glacier towers over the surrounding peaks and is easily reached via the resorts of Arabba and its Porto Vescovo cable car. The famous Gran Risa Men's Giant Slalom FIS World Cup run at La Villa is one of the most challenging slalom tracks on the circuit, with 448 metres of vertical descent.
With some fabulous hotels, wonderful on-mountain restaurants and great skiing Corvara is an easy ski resort to recommend.
Corvara, like the other main resorts of the Sella Ronda and Alta Badia ski areas, is all about enjoying spectacularly good on-mountain dining and enjoying the scenery. Lead by the excellent Rosa Alpina hotel in nearby San Cassiano the local mountain restaurants have each been given a signature dish developed by one of Europe’s top chefs. These dishes have been specifically designed to make the best use of the local mountain produce and the chefs at these restaurants specially trained to prepare the dishes to the highest culinary standards. What Corvara now offers is a gastronomic on-skis experience.