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Cross-country ski area Mazzin - Campitello

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Cross-country ski area Mazzin - Campitello

The cross-country skiing area between Campitello and Mazzin, which also includes the villages of Fontanazzo and Campestrin, is the ideal venue for skiers just starting out in the sport and for improver training sessions. The 17 km of tracks are organised in loops, with no particular obstacles or ascent-descent sections.

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Slope details

Name Status Opening hours Snow depth Length Difficulty
Mazzin - Campitello - Mazzin
08:45-16:30 (orographic right) 14000 m Easy
08:45-16:30 2500 m Easy

Cross-country skiing in the smallest municipality of Fassa

Despite being located in the area of the world-famous Marcialonga, the historic international Nordic skiing competition held annually on the last Sunday in January, the slopes of Campitello and Mazzin all have a low level of difficulty. For the "bison" (as the participants are called), this stretch of the race allows them to catch their breath before the turnaround in Canazei, where the return to Cavalese begins.

The tracks are accessible free of charge from the village. They are located in a large, open and sunny area, which does not present any particular obstacles. The loops are all safe, and are compacted every day by the management staff. They are perfect for beginners, for less physically fit sports enthusiasts, and for muscle-relaxation sessions for pro skiers.

Until sunset, it is possible to ski the 2.5 kilometres of the "Rodolon" ring, between Campestrin and Fontanazzo: an almost romantic adventure, immersed in a sparkling panorama with the snow and the reflections of the Avisio torrent, which runs next to the track.

Short guide to cross-country skiing

  • Plan your trip and be properly equipped, being aware of your technical skills and of the weather conditions
  • Adjust your skiing to snow conditions, view, and crowding of the trail
  • Keep to the signs, following the direction of travel and the indicated technique
  • Ski along the rightmost trail; if you are in a group, proceed in single file
  • When possible, make overtaking easier
  • Pay attention to downhill stretches
  • Stop outside the tracks without obstructing the trail
  • In case of a fall, free the trail as soon as possible
  • Respect the environment, do not throw wastle, tissues, and gel on the ground
  • Help people in need. In case of real necessity and for emergencies, call 112
  • Access during track opening hours only
  • Ski calmly, enjoy the view and the silence


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