The village of Corvara is embedded into the beautiful Dolomites of Alta Badia: Sella, Fanes and Puez Odle.
Image gallery: Corvara
It was in the 18th century that young local people started to take guests and visitors to the surrounding mountains. Today this is known as one of the main reasons why Corvara, 1,568 metres above sea level, became the so-called “crawel of tourism in Alta Badia”. In 1938 the first ski lift was built and after World War 2 the first ski school opened its doors.
Besides downhill skiing Corvara is also the ideal place for cross-country skiing. Beautiful runs take you across the woods to the Pisciadu Waterfall. And in summer there is 9 holes golf course waiting for you at only 3 km of distance. Playing golf at 1,700 metres of altitude from June to October – simply great!
We suggest: Visit the church of St Katharina, an beautiful scene for pictures in winter and the ideal destination for mountain bike tours in summer!