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Summer holidays in Val Badia

Summer in the mountains, immersed in fairytale-like nature

With the melting of the snow the nature in Val Badia prepares its reawakening. The crocus blossom and the first spring flowers, the rushing of water and the morning chirping of the birds are some of the sounds and signs that accompany the changing of the best natural stage in the world for those who are sporty and for nature lovers.

Bike lovers have the possibility to take on the turns which have hosted the Giro d'Italia on occasion, participate at the long distance Maratona dles Dolomites race on the most beautiful passes in the Dolomites or enjoy one of the many mountain bike trails which are available in Val Badia and its nature parks.

A summer holiday in Val Badia also offers climbing and scaling, downhill descents, tandem flights, horse-riding lessons and fixed-aid climbing excursions. All of these activities further enhanced the beauty of the landscape in Val Badia.

We remind you of the possibility of using the Holidaypass Premium which allows you to use public means of transport in Südtirol for free and to participate in interesting promotions in relation to activities at the Kronplatz ski resort.

Summer colours, scents and emotions at Longiarù

Here the beauty of the Dolomites becomes sublime

Dolomites UNESCO

In 2009 the Dolomites became a part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites a reason to be proud and testimony of the absolute value of the landscape of the Ladin territory. In Val Badia the Puez-Geisler and the Fanes-Sennes-Prags nature parks are custodians of this marvel.

Puez-Geisler Nature Park

The beautiful valley of Antersasc, Sasso Putia mountain, the meadows at Medalghes and Ciampecios, Cima dodici mountain and the high plains at Puez are just some of the places in this stupendous nature park. This "geological building site", as it is often known will fill you full of emotions.

Collecting mushrooms in Val Badia

With a permit in Val Badia it is possible to go and collect mushrooms on the even days of the month. The forests at Longiarù are particularly rich in this natural delight which can help further improve the flavours of risotto, dumplings, meat and polenta.