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Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites

On well groomed trails in South Tyrol

Cross-country skiing is experiencing a renaissance, because the skiing through the winter landscape gives you plenty of energy for body and soul.
Cross-country skiers will find a beautiful, perfectly groomed and well-designed network of trails with breathtaking views of the mountains Rosengarten and Latemar in the ski resort Carezza. It offers the usual trails and also skating tracks in full length, so that skiers of all levels will have fun.

The use of trails in the ski resort Carezza is free of charge. There is also a rental of cross-country skis.

The most beautiful cross-country trails in the ski resort Carezza
Around Carezza in the Dolomites you will find 16 km of perfectly groomed cross-country trails in a unique landscape:

Circular trail Frin

  • Length: 5 km
  • Tecnique: classic/skating
  • Difficulty: medium/easy

The trail is located below the Rosengarten. From Nova Levante you drive to Carezza and there you turn left towards Niger pass. The trail is located in the open field, offers a beautiful panorama, is very sunny and is connected to the Frin-Niger-Frin trail.

Circular trail Carezza (Angerle Alm)
  • Length: 3 km
  • Tecnique: classic/skating
  • Difficulty: easy

The trail is located on the Carezza pass. From Nova Levante you drive to Carezza and further to the Angerler Alm. There is a parking and also the starting point of the trail. It is an easy, very sunny round course on open terrain and is recommended especially for families.

Connecting trail Frin - Niger - Frin
Length: 8 km
Tecnique: classic/skating
Difficulty: easy

This trail starts in Carezza and is easy to reach from Nova Levante. The cross-country trail extends mainly through forests and meadows at the foot of the Rosengarten, sometimes in the shade, in a very mystical and calm atmosphere until the Niger pass. You can try the trail also in the opposite direction.