Cross-Country Skiing

Borderless Cross-Country Skiing

In Touch with Nature ...

 

Besides its reputation for skiing, carving and boarding, the Reschenpass Ski Paradise also earns podium places in other disciplines. The enthusiasm for cross-country skiing on 90 km of tracks in the tri-border region of Italy, Austria and Switzerland knows no bounds.

 

Away from the slopes, the latest sporting trends, such as ice climbing, paragliding, ice sailing and snow kiting, dominate the scene. Those who prefer to keep their feet firmly on the ground do not just cross their own personal boundaries when cross-country skiing or skating on the 90 km of tracks between Tyrol, South Tyrol in Italy and the Swiss Engadin.

The tracks are all at an altitude of between 1,440 and 1,900 metres and therefore have plenty of snow cover.

 

You can glide and skate across the borders between Austria, Italy and the Swiss Engadin.

Cross-Country Skiing Reschenpass

Enjoy the beautiful views of idyllic cross-country ski tracks, such as the Reschen circuit route, the Haider- or the Weisskugel tracks in Langtaufers, or the Lärchenalm circuit track in Nauders. All these tracks have been awarded with the Tyrolean seal of quality for cross-country ski tracks. 

During summer, this area is the Nordic walking park and running region, but during winter, this is the place to be if you love cross-country skiing. The tracks are at a high altitude at the Reschenpass resulting in an increased training effect.

 

The tracks are all situated at 1,440 to 1,900 metres above sea-level and therefore offer great snow conditions

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