Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing for experts and learners

This form of skiing allows you to enjoy the wonders of the great outdoors and breathe in the pristine alpine air while simultaneously fortifying your immune system. There’s nothing to compare to the sense of peace and quiet that will come over you as you glide along the trails winding their way over snow-covered fields and through deep forests. And to top things off, you can stop in at one of the many rustic alpine huts along the way for refreshments.

 

Kasern / Casere

Perhaps the best known is the trail in Kasern / Casere at the head of the Ahrn / Aurina Valley – one of the most beautiful in the alpine region. It is approx. 10 km long and actually rather challenging. If you need any equipment, there’s a rental agency directly on site. There’s also a shooting range for the biathlon.

 

Rein in Taufers / Riva di Tures

There are four different trails with a length of 3 to 15 km having a variety of different levels of difficult at an altitude of 1,500 meters. Here, too, you can rent any cross-country skiing equipment you might need.

 

Weissenbach / Rio Bianco

The village of Weissenbach / Rio Bianco is situated at an altitude of 1,300 meters above sea-level. There’s a circuit cross-country skiing trail with a length of approx. 14 km and with an altitude differential of 110 meters.

 

Mühlwald / Selva dei Molini

The cross-country skiing course in Mühlwald / Selva dei Molini is 16 km long, offers a skiing experience with lots of variety, and will take you through forests and snow-covered meadows.

 

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