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Route planner Alta Badia

Access Alta Badia & on-site parking

Alta Badia is tucked into the Dolomites. From the Brenner Autobahn, you can access Alta Badia via the Grödnertal and the Grödner Joch (2371 m), or via Bruneck and the Gadertal. You must travel through high alpine terrain, so you should always have snow chains in the car. Unfortunately, you must pay for parking at almost all locations.

Route Planner to the ski resort Alta Badia

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Access via

Mobility on-site
  • Comprehensive ski bus network
  • Scheduled buses

Access via Brenner Autobahn, Exit Brixen/Bressanone-Pustertal
51 km Distance - approx. 50 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • Sponata, Sompunt Strasse, 39036 Abtei, Italy
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, gravel car park
  • free of charge
Roads
  • Side road, Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
  • Snow chains sometimes required by snowfall
  • Road closure due to avalanches sometimes possible
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53 km Distance - approx. 51 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • Piz La Ila, SS244, 125-133, 39030 La Villa/Stern, Italy
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, tarmac car park, gravel car park
  • for a fee
  • partly free
Roads
  • Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
  • Snow chains sometimes required by snowfall
  • Road closure due to avalanches sometimes possible
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Access via Brenner Autobahn, Exit Klausen-Groeden
47 km Distance - approx. 55 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • Corvara-Piz Boé, Strada Burjé, 39033 Corvara, Italy
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • limited amount available
  • for a fee
Roads
  • Side road, Mountain road, Mountain pass road, well-developed, with significant incline
  • Snow chains often required by snowfall
  • Road closure due to avalanches sometimes possible
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51 km Distance - approx. 59 Minutes driving time
Destination
  • Piz La Ila, SS244, 125-133, 39030 La Villa/Stern, Italy
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, tarmac car park, gravel car park
  • for a fee
  • partly free
Roads
  • Side road, Mountain road, Mountain pass road, well-developed, with significant incline
  • Snow chains often required by snowfall
  • Road closure due to avalanches sometimes possible
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More Entry point(s) to the ski resort
Destination
  • Piz Sorega, Surega Straße 12, 39030 San Cassiano, Italy
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, tarmac car park, gravel car park
  • for a fee

Destination
  • Armentarola, Prè de Vì, 39030 San Cassiano, Italy
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, gravel car park
  • for a fee

Destination
  • Pralongià, SP244, 39033 Corvara in Badia, Italy
  • Entry suitable for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, gravel car park
  • free of charge

Destination
  • Borest/Sodlisia, Strada Sotdlijia, 39033 Corvara, Italy
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, tarmac car park, gravel car park
  • for a fee

Destination
  • Cherz I, Passo di Campolungo (SS244), 39033 Corvara in Badia, Italy
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, tarmac car park, gravel car park

Destination
  • Santa Croce, La Müda Strasse, 39036 Badia, Italy
  • Ideal entry for day visitors
Parking spaces
  • usually enough available, gravel car park
  • free of charge
Access to ski resort
Town/village close to ski resort
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The maps are provided by Google with the following information: „These directions are for planning purposes only. You may find that construction projects, traffic, weather, or other events may cause conditions to differ from the map results, and you should plan your route accordingly. You must obey all signs or notices regarding your route.“


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