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Fiè allo Sciliar

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Resort 9.0
Ski area 9.4

Cross-country Fiè allo Sciliar

Information on cross-country skiing

80 km km of cross-country tracks:

The snow-covered Seiser Alm offers its guests cross-country trails totalling 80 km. On the diverse tracks you will constantly have the panorama of the Dolomites in sight. The far-reaching cross-country ski track network, with some challenging ascents and descents, is also a popular spot for national teams. The longest and simultaneously most difficult trail is the 15 km long Jochloipe, which is only suitable for well-conditioned skiers. For beginners there is a 2 km long practice trail. For using the trails at the Alpe di Suisi, a fee has to be paid. The day tickets and week tickets (€6 and €25, respectively) can be purchased locally.

You are looking for a larger selection? No problem: the trails at the Alpe di Siusi are part of the largest cross-country ski network in Europe, called Dolomiti Nordicski, offering unbelievable 1,300 km of trails! No wishes are left unfulfilled here.
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