Cross-country skiing in the Hochpustertal valley
Cross-country skiing in the Hochpustertal valley
Cross-country skiing in the Hochpustertal valley

Discover the fantastic trails in Toblach

Toblach is the cross-country skiing hotspot of the Hochpustertal valley, with a 200-kilometre network of perfectly manicured trails at your fingertips, leading past atmospheric larch trees, quaint hay barns and the unique rocky masterpieces of the Dolomites. Toblach is part of Dolomiti Nordicski, the world’s largest cross-country ski circuit, which gives access to 1,300 kilometres of trails in the Dolomites with one single ski pass.


Our dedicated services for cross-country skiers:
  • Ski depot
  • Waxing facilities for cross-country ski equipment
  • Professional ski preparation service (upon request and payment)
  • Proximity to the trails, ranging from 50 metres to max. 1 km depending on snow conditions
  • Information desk at the hotel
  • Cross-country ski pass (for one week) available at reception
  • Cross-country paradise Dolomiti Nordicski

    Over 900 kilometres of trails on Europe's largest and most spectacular cross-country carousel

    Breathing regularly, skis glide over perfectly groomed and marked trails, with the imposing peaks of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage in the background: against this majestic backdrop, cross-country skiing becomes an unforgettable experience that keeps young and old fit, whether families with children, nature enthusiasts or sports fanatics. 

    There are more than 900 kilometres of cross-country skiing trails in 8 regions in South Tyrol, Osttirol and Comelico. You can cross the border from northern Italy to Austria with just one Dolomiti NordicSki cross-country skiing pass. All areas meet the highest quality criteria and have cross-country schools, rental points, changing rooms and much more. The region 3 Zinnen Dolomites is a member of the Dolomiti NordicSki association and our structure is a proud partner. What does this mean? That we are specialised in the needs of cross-country skiers and fulfil all the criteria for your comfortable cross-country holiday!

    But the best thing is: whether classic or skating, lots of trails are guaranteed to be open from December, 8th!

    More information about the Dolomiti Nordicski trails:

  • LoipenCard – Cross-country ski pass

    A 200-km network of interconnected trails with the Dolomites always in sight: you can start by the Pragser Wildsee lake and ski as far as the Fischleintal valley near Sexten. In Toblach there are also FIS trails and the Nordic Arena, the local cross-country skiing centre. With the 3 Peaks Dolomites cross-country ski pass, you can indulge your hobby as far afield as in Cortina.

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    You can get your card (for one week) directly at reception.
  • Cross-country ski events in Toblach

    Popular highlights include the 3 Zinnen Ski Marathon (60 km in classic style) and the Toblach-Cortina race (classic 50 km, skating 32 km).

  • Tours for connoisseurs

    For cross-country skiers who prefer to take it slowly and enjoy the view, rather than compete, we recommend the easy tours in the valleys surrounding Toblach, to Innichen and Niederdorf or along the Höhlensteintal valley.

  • The Fischleintal valley-Toblach tour

    One of the most scenic tours in the Hochpustertal valley leads from the Fischleintal valley near Sexten to Toblach. The starting point is easily reached by bus. From there the route leads mostly downhill to Sexten and on to Innichen, then through the Pustertal valley back to Toblach. There are several points where you can shorten the route by taking the bus, making the tour a good choice for beginners and experienced skiers alike.

Toblach has a lot to offer!

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