Back to nature: discover the South Tyrolean mountains
Natural landscapes and countless leisure possibilities are your heart’s desire? Then our mountain hotel in Alta Badia is the perfect base for your active holiday in the Dolomites. Boasting a century-old tradition as a tourist resort, the charming town of Corvara is a great destination for active holidaymakers in every season. If you decide to spend your holiday in our accommodation in Corvara, you can enjoy the charm of this magical place both in summer and winter and discover unique natural landscapes in many different ways. Come and explore this stunning natural landscape and bring back home emotions and memories that will stay with you forever.
Active holiday in teh Dolomites: fun in the snow
If you are planning to spend a winter holiday here, get ready to enjoy perfectly prepared ski slopes. Naturally, there’s more to a ski holiday in the Dolomites than just ski fun. Winter options include snowboarding, cross-country skiing, ski touring, tobogganing, snowshoeing, ice skating, and even horse-drawn sleigh rides. Our land and its nature are a treasure trove brimming with gems that deserve to be discovered, admired, and enjoyed. But, above all, they need to be loved and protected for future generations. Here at Hotel Col Alto, we care deeply about nature and do our best to preserve it. This is why we attach great importance to the careful use of our natural resources and the preservation of the natural beauty of Alta Badia.
Take advantage of our fantastic offers
This offer includes:
- Half board which includes a breakfast buffet with fresh local products and a 4-course dinner in the evening with rich appetizer buffet
- Relaxation in our 1,000 m² Wellness Paradise with indoor swimming pool, whirlpool with salted water, sea…
Our offer, valid for arrivals on Sundays and checkouts on Thursdays, gives you the opportunity to enjoy the slopes of the Dolomitisuperski during the least crowded days of the week.
- 4 nights in a Superior Room
- Culinary delights in the course of…