A man and a woman dressed in winter clothes walk on snow-covered meadows Man and woman with child sledding on snow
Alta Badia at high altitudes

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Walks in Alta Badia:

For those preferring the serenity of the woods to get away from the traffic on the ski slopes, Alta Badia offers 80 km of well-indicated pathways where you can set out on snowy excursions. If you love winter walks, then this is the right place for you. Here are our suggestions to take advantage of this extraordinary place.

Walks through the Störes meadows to the Pralongià plateau

Starting point: San Cassiano / Armentarola
Travel time: 1.5 hours to the Störes meadows; 2.5 hours to the Pralongià plateau
Gradient: about 500 meters

From the Cross-country Ski Centre of San Cassiano / Armentarola take the pathway on the right towards the Störes meadows. An extraordinary and snowy scene will befall your eyes. You can take the trail until you reach the Störes meadows or continue on towards the Pralongià plateau.

Walk to Armentara meadows

Starting point: La Valle (village centre)
Travel time: 2.5 hours
Gradient: 700 meters

Starting from La Valle, go towards Spëcia and take pathway no. 15, which leads directly to the meadows of Armentara. This path takes you to the Santa Croce Mountain, where you can visit the homonymous sanctuary. You can also return by taking the same path.

To the Cherz – Incisa plateau

Starting point: Passo Campolongo / Planac
Travel time: 1.5 hours
Gradient: 400 meters

By car you can take the road that goes from Corvara to Passo Campolongo or, more precisely, Planac (1,692 m.a.s.l.). Take pathway no. 24 on the right hand side of the Pralongià chairlift and go all the way up to the Cherz – Incisa plateau.