Ski holidays Corvara

Corvara Ski Resort Guide

Why Ski in Corvara?

Corvara is well positioned with village lifts heading off to Selva, Arabba and San Cassiano – almost equal distances away. A long gondola heads out towards the Sella Ronda circuit, and two fast quads head out in the opposite direction towards Colfosco. The area around both lifts can get very congested at times. New for the 2006/2007 season a gondola is to replace the old chair to Col Alto.

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Corvara Piste Map
Nearest airport
Distance
Innsbruck
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Pistes

  • Total Runs
    65
  • Km of Piste
    130km
  • Black
    3
  • Red
    18
  • Blue
    44

Altitudes

  • Resort Altitude
    1568m
  • Highest Piste
    2750m

Expert Ratings

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Snowboarding

Beginners skiing in Corvara

There is a small nursery area in the village and lots if easy runs to progress to.

Intermediates skiing in Corvara/h2>

Intermediates are well catered for in Corvara. The slopes are superb for cruising and there is a vast network of interconnected slopes to explore. The more adventurous intermediates can head for the steeper pistes above La Villa.

Advanced skiing in Corvara

Very few slopes offer challenge and most are short. Arabba has the best steep runs on the Sella Ronda circuit, with challenging blacks and reds.

Snowboarding in Corvara

Beginners can make fast progress on gentle slopes. A few draglifts are still around, but can be avoided. There is a terrain park on the way to San Cassiano.

Après ski in Corvara

The Posta Zirm in Corvara does a ski-boot tea dance but support may depend on whether there is transport back to other villages. Other activities include and ice rink, indoor tennis courts and outdoor climbing wall.