19.08.2017

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Alta Badia Ski

News for the season

2008/2009

Lifts inside and around Alta Badia

2007/2008

Lifts in- and outside Alta Badia

2006/2007

Ski opening

First time the ski saison starts on 25.11.06 with the Skilinks between La Villa, S. Cassiano and Corvara.

Skilink Kronplatz - Alta Badia

By Kronplatz.com news: "...In the 2006/07 winter season Kronplatz will move nearer to the centre of the Dolomites. With the construction of the new “Picolin” gondola, Kronplatz will soon be connected with the Alta Badia lift system and linked with the Sella Ronda ski circuit. The new facility on the south-west side of Piz de Plaies with the valley station in Picolin will be 1,500 metres long and have a vertical rise of 500 metres. The new lift will transport 2,400 skiers per hour. In the valley area a modern service centre with parking facilities, information point, ski rental, ski depot as well as a restaurant will be built. There will also be an attractive new piste, the red Ancona, a 2,000-metre long run with a vertical drop of 500 metres which will be leading to the Ladin village of Picolin. A level walk-in bus system will run from Picolin to Alta Badia every 15 minutes to complete the connection..."

The skibus stops in Pedraces. From here you have to take the skilink to Corvara via La Villa to reach the entry point of the Sella Ronda.

Comment: It's more comfortable to go by car. Stop is here the parking area in Corvara or better near Colfosco. With the new tunnels it takes about 30 min. by car up from Kronplatz area!

New/renewed lifts in- and outside Alta Badia

Coming up from Pustatal by car

Stateroad 244: The tunnels between St.Lorenzen and Zwischenwasser are ready and trafficable in both directions. Great!

The shortcut between Ehrenburg and Monata has been closed.

Lifts in- and outside Alta Badia

2005/2006

New/renewed lifts in- and outside Alta Badia

Skipass

Ab der Wintersaison 2004/2005 wird ein neues Chipkartensytem eingeführt. Unabhängig vom Skipass, Tageskarten, Wochenkarten erhält der Skifahrer ein Chip-Ticket für den berührungslosen Durchgang zu den Liften. Es gibt zwei Versionen: für Skipässe bis 7 Tage und Punktekarten, sowie personalisierte Tickets mit Photo vom 8 Tage-Skipass an bis zum Saisonskipass. Die Chipkarten sind wiederaufladbar. Diese Info entstammt einem Pressenotiz. Details erfahren Sie beim Tourismusverband oder den Skibüros.

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Rainer Kuntz 2017