Corvara Travel Guide

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Corvara Travel Guide

Corvara Ski Resort

  • Nearest town: Corvara
  • Resort Altitude (metres): 1568m
  • Ski Season: December - April
  • Mountain Range: Dolomites
  • Number of Lifts: 56
  • Highest Lift (metres): 2950m
  • Lowest Lift (metres): 1568m
  • Number of Slopes: 84
  • Snowboarding: yes
  • Cross Country (km): 40km

Corvara Ski Information

General information

There are a few attractions near Corvara, a good place to start off sightseeing is at the Pic' Museo Ladin, which houses a number of exhibits about the history of the Val Badia region. Ther are also a number of churches that are worth visiting, including the Sospirolo. There are also a number of walking trails, which take you through the beautiful landscape surrounding the resort.

  • Languages: Croatian Italian French German Serbian
  • Temperatures: 12°C
  • Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
  • Emergency contact numbers: Police: 112
    All Emergencies: 113
    Fire: 115
    Ambulance: 118
  • Population: 800
  • Religion: 84% Roman Catholic 6% Jewish 5% Muslim 5% Protestant

Apres-ski

Corvara has quite a lively Apres Ski scene. The resort has a few nightclubs and bars, which all provide excellent party venues for those who want to have fun after a hard day's skiing. There are also a number of shops, which sell almost anything you could need, as well as offer equipment for hire. Corvara also has some of the best mountain restaurants, which all serve a range of excellent traditional and Italian cuisine.

Overview

Corvara is part of the Alta Badia ski area and also is a linked off shoot of the Sella Ronda circuit. This is one of the bigger villages in the Italian Alps, and has quite a lively Apres Ski, with a wide variety of bars; hotels; and restaurants. The majority of the runs favour beginners and intermediates, while experts can take a short trip to Arabba to experience some of the toughest runs in the Italian Alps. This is a great place to go for a skiing holiday, with many good runs and a fun, lively nightlife.

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