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Sci nordico a Cortina
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Cross-country skiing in Cortina and in the Dolomiti NordicSki area.

Cortina offers about 70 km of tracks across the wonderful Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites. But that's not all: a dream has eventually come true for skiing enthusiasts …
Cortina is part of the Dolomiti NordicSki, the largest cross-country ski carousel in Europe, an amazing circuit with over 1,300 km of tracks of varied difficulties in eleven resorts to enjoy splendid tours among the breathtaking Dolomite mountainscapes. One pass only with a unified price system, exciting events, and Dolomiti NordicSki hotels specifically aimed at the target group. 

In Cortina, expert cross-country skiers may test their skills on the highly technical and demanding track at Passo Tre Croci. The Fiames Sport Nordic Center, situated 8 km far from Villa Argentina Hotel is the starting point of the famous Cortina Dobbiaco track and of all the tracks that run across the Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites.

Just over 20 km from the Hotel is the Alta Badia cross-country ski center located at Saré/Armentarola. The 25 km-long track winds its way through forests and across meadows at the foot of the mountain range of Conturines, Lavarella, and Settsass.

To get more information on cross-country skiing, ask Giovanni Menardi at the hotel. This link will enable you to download the map of Cortina cross-country ski tracks. To learn this amazing discipline Scuola Sci Fondo Cortina Dolomiti is the perfect choice.

Services offered to cross-country skiers

The following services are offered to our friends cross-country skiers:

  • Transport to ski tracks
  • Energy boosting breakfast
  • Fitness area equipped with “Ercolina” workout station to be able to train in case of bad weather conditions or during the summer.
  • Herbal teas
  • Express laundry service
  • Updated news on the ski tracks
  • Ski room – Wax room

As sponsor of the Dobbiaco Cortina Granfondo race, we offer pick up and drop off service to the start area .

A heaven for cross-country skiers