Corvara-Colfosco is a large ski resort from North of Italy that takes its name from the 2 villages at the bottom of the ski slopes: Corvara and Colfosco.
Corvara and Colfosco are wonderful mountain villages nestled in Alta Badia fully immersed in the nature. Both villages are conveniently located on the Sella Ronda circuit and have direct access to the ski slopes as well as direct links to Arabba e Selva Gardena.
Corvara has only 1500 inhabitants, nevertheless it has a very lively apres-ski scene, with lots of bars and restaurants in the city center and by the ski slopes.
The ski resort is well-suited to skiers and snowboarders of all ages and levels and it is part of the Dolomiti Superski area, the largest ski area in the World with 1200+km of ski slopes. Corvara-Colfosco alone offers 84 runs, 130 kilometers of downhill skiing and 40 kilometers of free cross-country skiing.
Local ski schools are for the most part privately owned and have rather small ski instructor teams. The most popular ski school prooducts are kids ski courses and beginner private ski courses.