1,300 km of tracks in 10 areas between South Tyrol and Cortina d’Ampezzo offer the largest cross-country ski carousel in Europe.
Like numerous skiing areas in South Tyrol, also cross-country skiing areas have merged in order to be able to offer winter sports enthusiasts a uniform price system, an overall ski pass and an easier overview. Probably the most famous of them - and the largest in Europe - is located in the middle of the fantastic world of the Dolomites. Dolomiti Nordicski comprises 10 areas: Alta Badia (tracks from 4 to 23 km), Anterselva Valley (tracks from 20 to 60 km), Casies Valley-Monguelfo-Tesido (tracks from 15 to 42 km), 3 Zinnen Dolomites (tracks from 70 to 200 km), Tures and Aurina Valleys (tracks from 3 to 70 km) and Alpe di Siusi-Val Gardena valley (tracks from 1.1 to 80 km).
Outside South Tyrol there are also Comelico, Cortina d'Ampezzo and Forni di Sopra-Lorenzago di Cadore, all three in the Province of Belluno, and East Tyrol (Austria). With one ski pass, 1,300 km of cross-country ski tracks or only individual areas - depending on your wishes - can be selected.
There is a day pass zonal, a week pass zonal or a season pass zonal, or the week pass and season pass Dolomiti Nordicski, which includes all areas. It depends where you are on holidays or which cross-country ski tracks you would like to discover!