Cross Country Skiing in Dobbiaco

Cross Country Skiing in the Dolomites: Uniquely beautiful

Cross Country Skiing in Dobbiaco offers the right track for everyone. It also guarantees snow and perfectly prepared tracks. As venue for international World Cup races, Dobbiaco benefits from 120 km of perfectly prepared cross country skiing trails for all abilities. Whether you train for ski marathons, want to push yourself to your limits on the FIS-standardised tracks or prefer to glide late at night on the lit night track (from Christmas daily from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.): Cross Country Skiing in Dobbiaco is uniquely beautiful. The cross country ski tracks of Dobbiaco are also connected with the rest of the holiday region Three Peaks in the Dolomites, allowing you to ski on a total of 200 km of tracks. The cross country track pass Three Peaks Dolomites also gives you access to the network in Cortina.


Winter News 2017/18

For several years we have worked systematically not only to improve our network of tracks but also to eliminate the points of discontinuity between the slopes in the holiday region Three Peaks.
All guests can look forward to a new cross country ski trail from Dobbiaco to Villabassa this winter - without having to take off the skis!

In addition, all cross-country skiers now enjoy a new and more challenging course on the FIS - cross country ski track Nathalie, with a circuit we are sure will impress with its challenging climbs and the sweeping descents in the picturesque landscape at the Dobbiaco entrance of Val di Landro.



Interesting facts about cross country skiing in Dobbiaco:
  • The cross country ski stadium “Nordic Arena is an ideal training ground for beginners and a starting point for longer cross country ski excursions.
  • Dobbiaco offers FIS-standardised cross country ski tracks - a particular highlight is the cross country ski track across the roof of the Nordic Arena.
  • In Val di Landro the tracks offers the world famous view of the Three Peaks – UNESCO world heritage.
  • Since 2003 world class cross country skiers fight for the gold medal in the stadium of Dobbiaco at the Tour de Ski. In previous years Dobbiaco was regularly awarded first place as the most media friendly organizer.
  • Every year two internationally renowned public cross country skiing events take place: The Pustertaler Ski Marathon and the Grand Fondo Dobbiaco-Cortina.
  • The FIS-standardised cross country ski tracks in the stadium are named after the three Santer sisters Natalie, Saskia and Stephanie who were born and raised in this cradle of cross country skiing. The Nordic combination athlete Jochen Strobl took his first steps on two skis in the town of his birth. Ole Einar Bjoerndalen also loves to train in Dobbiaco.