Hiking, rock climbing, bike trips, culture and traditions, and much, much more...

There are countless opportunities for leisure, exploration and entertainment in Alta Badia. The Dolomites that surround us are a paradise not only for hikers, but also for rock climbers or fans of via ferratas. The Tridentina ferrata of Pisciadù, to mention just one, is an exciting adventure we encourage you to try out.

For those of you who prefer more leisurely activities, we suggest the Path of the Larch Trees in San Cassano, or a walk in La Val to the church of Santa Barbara.

For those who want to take things really easy, the Santa Croce chairlift will take you to the Sanctuary of La Crusc. A magical place situated beneath the walls of Sas dla Crusc (Sasso Croce), not to be missed. A truly beautiful adventure park for families and children has been set up in an enchanting place at the station above the Santa Croce chairlift.

Or, still with families and children in mind, we suggest the adventure park in Colfosco, where your youngsters can walk from one tree to another along suspended paths. A true adventure for them to tackle.
Are you a bike fan? The Dolomite passes, such as the Passo Gardena, Passo Sella, Passo Pordoi, Passo Campolongo or Passo Falzarego, are a magnet for a great many cyclists. Not by chance is the Maratona dles Dolomites, the mythical event which attracts thousands of enthusiasts, held here. If you prefer mountain bikes, you still have lots of opportunities and there are various special downhill paths, such as the descent of the Passo Gardena trail.

If you love culture, we suggest you visit the Castel de Tor museum in San Martino in Badia, dedicated to the Ladin culture or the Reinhold Messner museums dedicated to the mountain at Plan de Corones or Brunico.
During the summer, many folklore events take place in our valley, where you can taste the local delicacies and see the really beautiful, traditional, Ladin costumes.