90 km of tracks for cross-country skiers and biathletes are available in the Venosta Nordic cross-country skiing association.
Around King Ortles and the Resia Pass in the Val Venosta valley, six cross-country skiing areas have joined forces to form the Venosta Nordic cross-country skiing association. The individual centres have been venues for international sporting events such as the La Venosta cross-country skiing marathon or the Biathlon IBU Cup for years.
Included are the Passo Resia with the Three Countries Track, the Vallelunga valley with its high-altitude track to the Melago Mountain Hut at an altitude of almost 2,000 m (in the picture), the cross-country skiing centre of Slingia with the 15 km track up to the Slingia Mountain Hut at 1,726 m a.s.l., Martello with its 12 km of tracks in the Stelvio National Park, Solda at 1,900 m a.s.l. as one of the most snow-sure areas in the Alps, and the Nauders area in the Austrian North Tyrol.
The six Nordic Ski Centres combine 90 km of tracks in classic and skating styles, including forest circuits, panoramic and high-altitude tracks, safe snow conditions, and a long winter season until April. Due to the merger, there is a season ticket at a preferential price that is valid in all Venosta Nordic cross-country skiing areas, as well as a 7-day ticket.