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Open-air fitness park Movimënt

Fitness training in the open air? As of now in Alta Badia you can toughen your muscles and at the same time enjoy a marvelous view to blooming alpine meadows and famous summits of the Dolomites.

Work out at a gym is one thing, but exercise in the Movimënt fitness park is completely different. On the one hand this is due to its unique location: The training stations are situate on two of the most beautiful lookout points of Alta Badia, more precisely on Mt. Piz La Ila above La Villa and on Mt. Piz Sorega near St. Kassian.

On the other hand sportsmen have available many – and above all free – possibilities: For instance you wade beneficial Kneipp footbaths, complete training modules on different gym equipments or improve the balance with special exercises. Moreover for Nordic walkers and joggers there are waiting about 100 km long running courses for every taste.

The fitness parks are located at circa 2,000 m above sea level, so the training effect is automatically higher. If you would like to take it easy at the beginning, you can easily reach the outdoor parks by cable car. If you in contrast want to be sporty right from the start, you can hike or bike up on a forest road.

Sports, movement & nature

Far away from hustle and bustle, surrounded by fresh mountain air and green fields it is even less difficult to be active. And the 360° panoramic view to famous mountains of the Dolomites such as Marmolada, Sella and Conturines recompenses for every effort.

Movimënt stands for movement, this is clear. You do something for yourself and at the same time a wonderful natural landscape will inspire you. This is unique in the whole area of the Alps.

A tip at the very end: For a visit to Corvara and the fitness park Movimënt we recommend you the Mountain Pass Alta Badia. It includes the use of lift facilities and public transport as well as may other discounts for swimming pools, museums, guided hikes and more. 

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