Information on cross-country skiing
|Km of cross-country tracks:||150 km|
The "cradle of cross-country skiing", as Val di Fiemme is often called, is a true paradise for all cross-country enthusiasts. There's a reason why in 1991, 2003 and in 2013 it hosted the Nordic ski world championships three times! The traditional Marcialonga run has also taken place here since 1971; this run covers 70 km through Val di Fiemme and Val di Fassa. The area offers a total of 150 km of track and offers beginners both classic and skating-style trails in a varied trail network. The high-altitude trails at Lavazè Pass (2,150 m) are a very special experience. The longest track can be found in Deutschnofen-Petersberg and, with its 25 km, requires good condition. At Lago di Tesero, the core of the cross-country sports in the Fleimstal you will not find the 3 km long flood light light track but also the Nordic ski stadium, with its modern cross-country and jump pits of the world championships.