High-level cross-country skiing on San Pellegrino Pass, about 10 km from Moena, also reachable by ski bus. The tracks are divided in "rings" of diverse difficulty and length that make a total of around 18 km, some of which are quite demanding, like the black slope "Campo d’Orso". The tracks are daily maintained, always perfectly beaten and set both for classic technique and for skating, thanks to the snow-making system.
Beyond the sporting aspect, cross-country skiing is a chance to plunge in the white and untamed nature of the Dolomites, sliding in the silence of the snow on slopes that go through the wood made of larches and firs, at the foot of "Col Margherita", "Cima Juribrutto" and "Cima Bocche". After moving the first steps at the school field, it’s time to move to the blue slope "Alochet" and then to go on to the red "Masaré", characterized by a constant up and down and some steeper descents, that are not particularly demanding anyway. The ring "Campo d’Orso" is 10 km long and is reserved to pro skiers, insomuch that it regularly hosts the training sessions of the Italian National Team. Here the skis go fast towards "Malga San Pellegrino" and then come back to the ski centre, along narrow turns that require particular attention.
It offers cross-country skiers numerous services: place for refreshments, waxing, ski rental and deposit to leave gear, changing rooms, ski school and a large reserved car-park. The centre is part of the great SuperNordic Skipass circuit which offers, on one unique pass, 1,200 kilometres of pistes in Trentino, Veneto and Emilia Romagna.
A ski instructor, certified to teach to disabled people, as well as the appropriate sledge to rent are also available on the spot.
Access to the pistes against payment. Daily ski pass € 6,00; afternoon ski pass (from 12.30 p.m.) € 3,00. Free for children under 10 years.
Skiing safety: the for cross-country skiers in Val di Fassa.