Exploring Alta Badia with the Mountain-Pass Ticket

Alta Badia has a huge advantage for all hikers. With the Mountain-Pass tickets hikers don't have to get up early in the morning in order to escape the hottest hours of the day. They can sleep in and take their breakfast calmly, because thanks to the cable cars they save the time an ascent by foot would usually take.

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Mount Sella seen from Porta Vescovo
The Mountain Pass is a personal ticket, available in Alta Badia's hotels and pensions or in tourist offices. With one single ticket you can use 11 different lift facilities all over Alta Badia for free. The same applies to public transport in Alta Badia, Gröden, Pustertal Valley and Eisacktal Valley.

The Mountain Pass Ticket invites people to leave their car parked and to take public transportation. It gives a possibility to explore Alta Badia and the South Tyrolean Dolomites comfortably without too much walking.

The Mountain Pass ticket is available for 3 to 14 days. Kids under 6 years are for free, juniors (under 14) and seniors (60 and up) can get reduced tickets. The prices are about 30 € for 3 days and 75 € for 14 days. The season pass is available for about 110 €.

Tip: take a look at the website www.mountainpass.it. The promoters of the Mountain Pass Ticket have interesting videos on the website which give further explanation.

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