Ski Mountaineering & Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing

Lovers of this discipline can follow the trails used in the Marcialonga cross-country race, one of the most famous international competitions, covering a total distance of 70 km. Or they can go to the Alochet Cross-Country Ski Centre at San Pellegrino Pass, standing at an average height of 1,800 metres and stretching through a large area of woodland interspersed with pastures. The Centre offers four different routes, varying in length and difficulty, from the easy "Alochet" track to the demanding 10-km "Campo d’Orso".

There is also the Cross-Country Ski School.

Safe routes with Alpine Guides

Fans of ski mountaineering have a choice of manynbsp;routesnbsp;, but it is not advisable to tackle them without expert knowledge of the local area, the weather, and the environmental conditions. The Alpine Guides are always happy to accompany you, to give you advice about moving around safely, and to help you with planning your itinerary, even when it stretches to several days with overnight stays in mountain huts.

Thenbsp;Alpine Guidesnbsp; offer a varied programme ofnbsp;ski mountaineering excursions. These range from a basic level where you learn about techniques of ascent and descent, choosing itineraries and using the correct movements, to more advanced levels where you need all your own strength and endurance to ascend some splendid peaks in wild, untouched surroundings.

Check out the Moena Outdoornbsp;weekly winter programmenbsp; and come and try out ski mountaineering, freeriding or snowshoeing with our guides, enjoying the most genuine and unspoiled aspects of the mountains.