South Tyrol, a winter sports paradise, features Dolomiti Nordicski, Europe’s biggest cross-country carousel, and Venosta Nordic.
Touring across a stunning natural scenery, throughout snow-covered woods and mountains, on sparkling white snow and under crystal clear skies - that's cross-country skiing in South Tyrol. Beautiful runs are spread throughout the entire region, from the Val Gardena valley in the west to the Val Venosta valley in the east, from the Val Fiscalina valley near the Three Peaks of Lavaredo to the Siusi Alp. A 1,800 km long network of cross-country ski tracks are waiting for you. Dolomiti Nordicski, Europe's biggest cross-country carousel with 1,300 km of tracks in 10 areas, stretches to Cortina d'Ampezzo, whereas Venosta Nordic in the Val Venosta valley includes six areas (Resia Pass, Val Martello valley, Slingia, Solda, Vallelunga valley and Nauders in North Tyrol).
Many tracks can be found in or near one of the approx. 30 South Tyrolean skiing areas. Have a look at the map of the skiing areas where you'll find many cross-country ski tracks. By the way: Dorothea Wierer, one of the most successful biathletes worldwide, three times World Champion and two times winner of the Biathlon World Cup, comes from the Val Pusteria valley.