We want to take care of all of you and ensure that you enjoy a carefree skiing holiday.
For this reason, the following measures have been taken in the various sectors.
Avoid queues at the points of sale!
Buy your ski pass at our hotel reception or book it directly through one of our packages.
10% discount if you book your skiing equipment online through Ski Top Badia. Our partner shop delivers your equipment directly to the hotel.
Book your ski service at the reception before 6 pm. Our partner shop Ski Top Badia collects, prepares and returns your skis within the next morning.
The Badia-Pedraces Ski School makes every effort to ensure maximum safety.
At the entrance to the ski room, you find a hand sanitizer station.
In order to maintain a safe distance, we have defined that a maximum of 4 people can enter the room at the same time.
We disinfect and ventilate the ski room regularly.
The La Crusc ski bus service, which takes you from the hotel to the Santa Croce chairlift, runs regularly.
It is compulsory to wear a protective mask on the ski bus. Currently the ski buses can carry passengers up to 50% of their capacity. If necessary, additional trips or minibuses are integrated to guarantee a flawless service.
LUNCH IN THE SKI HUT
It is advisable to reserve a table for lunch in the ski huts. We are happy to help you find the most suitable ski hut.
SNACK IN OUR LOUNGE BAR
For those who choose not to stop at the ski huts, we offer a small menu of sweet and savoury snacks in our lounge bar. You can chat and relax there in front of the fireplace. A comfortable smoking room is also available.
New Skiers Map
An innovative Skiers Map, which displays how busy the main lifts are at a specific moment, will be available inside the new Dolomiti Superski app. The map will also be integrated into the 3D ski map on our website. By measuring the percentage of lift capacity used within a unit of time, the map allows the skier to decide when to use which lifts and to therefore avoid possible crowds.
The guidelines for the access of customers at the lift facilities are dictated at a national, regional and/or province level (in the case of autonomous provinces). Public bodies will define the method of access, use of personal protection systems, distancing, sanitization, etc. Dolomiti Superski will implement the dictated regulations and inform all the customers upon their arrival.
Regulation of lift lines
The regulation of the lines at the lifts must be made by the public authorities. However, Dolomiti Superski has created and incentive for all lift workers to adopt suitable measures to guarantee social distancing where possible and alternatively to promote the use of masks, in the interest of the users and in line with the "We care about you" campaign.
None of the planned safety measures will be effective if the skiers do not make their own part by strictly follow the imposed rules. Dolomiti Superski will provide information material at the main meeting points, such as main ski pass offices, lifts and parking lots. To raise awareness among skiers, explanatory motion graphics will also be transmitted on big screens at the main valley and mountain stations.
We will continue to update these measures.
5 January 2021