Cross Country Skiing in Madonna di Campiglio, Trento,
Trentino-South Tyrol Italy
Campo Carlo Magno:
22km/14mi of trails; 10.5km/6.5mi, World Cup trail
5km/3.1mi of trails; 3km/2mi, night lighting;
With an incredible number and variety of trails in all over the region and with the most prestigious and important competitions at international level, Trentino-South Tyrol is simple the top cross country skiing destination.
In Madonna di Campiglio, the Adamello – Brenta National Park offers 4 cross country skiing rings, addressed both to beginners and skilled skiers. The Park offers to the fans the possibility to practice both in classic techniques and in skate ski options.
In Andalo winter resort, some 35 km/21.7 mi long of trails offer to the fans stimulating moments in floodlight circuits on the foothills of Monte Bondone. Get your equipment and hit the snowy arena for unforgettable cross country skiing in the unique setting of Trentino.
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