Cross country skiing is becoming fashionable again - for a very good reason: physical activity in nature, tranquillity and serenity wherever you look, reasonable costs - these are convincing arguments.

Valdaora benefits from a 2 km long double track. Nearby there are further attractive cross country skiing areas: At an altitude of 2000 m Prato Piazza offers workouts in high altitude. The Nordic Arena in Dobbiaco and Cortina and Alta Pusteria with Sesto enchant with a total of 200 km of linked cross country ski tracks. The idyllic Valle di Casies with further fascinating cross country ski tracks is within easy reach.
But the highlight has to be entering the cross country ski track in the famous World Cup location Valle di Anterselva. Antholz cross country skiing starts at the beginning of the valley in Rasen, or in the biathlon centre you can take part in a “visitor shoot” and test your skills with the black disk. If you’re lucky you can bump into biathlon World Cup stars Dorothea Wierer and Lukas Hofer on their training runs.

An the best, directly in front of our doorstep and accessible with only one single ticket is:


Europe's biggest cross-country carousel with about 1000 km of tracks. Cross-country skiing without borders in the Dolomites
Unique Dolomites panorama, cross-border trails and impressive natural landscape: Dolomiti NordicSki is the largest and probably most beautiful cross-country skiing carousel in Europe with around 1000 kilometres of trails. It includes nine cross-country skiing regions in the heart of the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage, in South Tyrol, East Tyrol, Cortina and Cadore.
The perfectly groomed, cross-country trails in classic and freestyle with guaranteed snow ensure varied cross-country skiing fun at all levels of ability. With a single cross-country ski pass, you can explore all the trails in all nine regions or, if you prefer, the whole trail network in a selected region.