The Dolomites  
On 26th June 2009 the UNESCO World Heritage Committee has given full recognition to the Dolomites as a Natural World Heritage site.
The Dolomites have been classified as a unique place in the world for the beauty of their landscape and their importance in terms of geomorphology and geology; they are in fact a coral reef that has risen 250 million years ago from the primordial ocean. It seems incredible, but once upon a time the highest and most famous peaks of the Dolomites, such as the Sella massif, the Marmolada and the Civetta, were all atolls.
  Skiing area Alta Badia  
  • Number of slopes           95
  • Km of slopes           130
  • Km of slopes with possibility of artificial snowmaking           88
  • Number of lifts           53
  • Transport capacity (per hour)           84.150 persons
News winter 2011

- Bamby: 6-seater chairlift (p/h 2.800) replaces 4-seater chairlift;
- La Rua: 4-seater chairlift (p/h 2.200) replaces 3-seater chairlift;
- Pre Ciablun: new : 4-seater chairlift from the mountain station of the arlara chairlift to the middle station of the chairlift Braia Fraida.
  Skiing area Dolomiti Superski  
  • Km of slopes: km 1.200
        • easy (blue) = 30,0%
        • medium (red) = 60,0%
        • difficult (black) = 10,0%
  • Ski slopes with ski-on connection: 500 km in the area around the Sella massif
  • Km of slopes with possibility of artificial snowmaking: km 1.100
  • Lifts: 450

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