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Dolomiti NordicSki

The largest cross-country area in Europe 
The largest cross-country area in Europe  

With about 1,000 km cross-country trails to ski with a single ski pass, the Dolomiti NordicSki area is the largest in Europe and will be open every year from December!

A 7.5-km track connects the Alpe di Siusi with Val Gardena, which is also a paradise for cross-country skiers.

The fantastic backdrop for cross-country skiers is the 12 km long route in Vallunga (Selva) to the end of the valley.
For those who have no equipment, a cross-country Ski School and a ski hire are close to the slope.

Also the 25 km long slopes on Monte Pana (S. Cristina) offer a unique adventure in the midst of forest and meadows!

From easy to moderate, there is something for everyone. You can choose from different levels of difficulty!

The spectacular winter landscape in Val Gardena offers to you:

  • about 1.000 km of cross country trails
  • the guarantee of perfect snow conditions
  • a fantastic experience in the heart of the Dolomites
  • common quality standards in each area, part of the organizing committee
  • daily groomed tracks
  • fixed prices for the entire area
  • children under 12 years of age are free of charge
  • groups: every 21st person for free
  • FISI members get a discount of 10% if they’re purchasing a DolomitiNordicSki seasonal ticket

Daily ticket 5,00€
Weekly ticket by zone 20,00€
Weekly ticket DolomitiNordicSki 25,00€
Seasonal ticket 50,00€
Seasonal ticket DolomitiNordicSki 70,00€

Official homepage of the DolomitiNordicSki:

The below mentioned map is available in all tourist offices, too.

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Winter 2019/20 News & events News
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