Cross-country skiing in Val Badia, cross-country centre Val Badia, winter holidays in South Tyrol
30 km of cross-country tracks prepared for skating and classic await cross-country skiers in Alta Badia.
Immersed in the silence of nature you can enjoy cross-country skiing in the suggestive landscape of the Dolomites.
Altabadia.com proposes some places for cross-country skiing in Alta Badia.
Cross-country zone Corvara/Colfosco
The cross-country tack extends from the forests of Corvara to the waterfalls in Pisciadù. The track is prepared for both, classic and skating techniques.
Cross-country centre Alta Badia/S. Cassiano/Armentarola
The 15 km long track leads through meadows and forests, along the bottom of the Conturines, Lavarella and Settsass Mountains. At the entry to the cross-country track you'll find a cross-country centre with bathroom, changing room, ski school, ski rental and bar.
The cross-country centre features a cross-country ski school, rental and preparation of skis, bar, restaurant and warm cuisine throughout the day. On the vast south-facing terrace you can enjoy the sun all day long. The cross-country track is prepared for classic and skating techniques. In addition to the ski school area marked in yellow you also find 4 tracks of various levels of difficulty.
The blue track (Sass Dlacia) is very easy. It is 2.8 km long with a difference in altitude of 75 m and heads in the direction of the campsite through a beautiful pine forest.
The green track is also easy and is 2.7 km long with a difference in altitude of 50 m in the direction of Sarè and the meadows of Costa.
The Prè de Costa is of medium difficulty and 7.1 km long. The red track features a difference in altitude of 90 m and is very interesting as it crosses vast, sunny meadows.
The Pinis track is also of medium difficulty and is 2.1 km long. The blue track is very varied. It leads through meadows, forests and along the river (this track is not snowed in with snow machines).
Cross-country zone "Passo delle Erbe"
The 6.5 km long round track at the bottom of Sass Pütia at 2000 metres above sea level offers some wonderful alpine scenery.