Want to know more? Discover this activity with our Olympic cross-country skier along 80 km of snow-covered cross-country trails on the largest high plateau in Europe!
The Italian cross-country skier and Olympic bronze medallist Karin Moroder accompanies our guests through the wonderful winter landscape of the Alpe di Siusi four times a week from 10 am to 12 pm. Get your cross-country skiing equipment at our in-house rental and off you go!
Whether beginner or experienced skier, cross-country skiing with Karin will be unforgettable and an exciting challenge for sure. Thanks to her experience, she will be able to give you valuable tips and suggestions for your cross-country skiing technique along beautiful trails. Glide along perfectly groomed trails where the Sassolungo, Sassopiatto and the Sciliar seem close enough to touch!
The Alpe di Siusi is part of the Dolomiti Nordicski cross-country skiing carousel with 1.300 km of trails. Double or quadruple lanes for every taste and level, whether skating or classic cross-country skiing. You can choose multiple trails with varying degrees of difficulty. The trails range from 1.5 km for beginners to 15 km for experienced skiers along the longest trail of the Alpe di Siusi: the Giogo trail.
The best cross-country ski trails of the Alpe di Siusi:
•RITSCH (1.4 km)
•PRACTISE TRAIL (2.1 km)
•SONNE CONNECTION TRAIL (3.2 km)
•SALTRIA CONNECTION TRAIL (4.2 km)
•COMPACCIO (5.4 km)
•MÖSER (5.5 km)
•SALTRIA (5.9 km)
•WOLFSBÜHL (8.9 km)
•PANORAMA (11.3 km)
•HARTL (12 km)
•GIOGO (15.4 km)
In addition to enjoying the landscape while doing sports, a culinary pit stop is a must. Cosy mountain huts invite you to take a breather and offer traditional delicacies and refreshing drinks to refuel energy.
"Through my cross-country skiing career, I travelled to the most beautiful spots on earth and glided along spectacular landscapes.
Nevertheless, none of them comes close enough to the beauty of the Alpe di Siusi.
It therefore fills me with joy to be able to accompany the guests of the ADLER Lodge ALPE through this paradise."