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Holidays in South Tyrol
Mountain activities
Cross-country skiing in South Tyrol

Cross-country skiing in South Tyrol

Farm breakfast by the track

Cross-country skiing in South Tyrol
Glide through the winter wonderland of South Tyrol’s peaceful valleys, glance up to impressive 3,000-metre-high peaks, before skiing back to your farm hosts beside the track.

South Tyrol’s farmhouses make the ideal cosy hideaway for snow enthusiasts who prefer to breathe the fresh winter air away from the hustle and bustle of busy ski slopes and enjoy the warm hospitality of their farm hosts. The 150 farms lying right on cross-country ski runs are perfect for guests who enjoy cross-country skiing. After a substantial farm breakfast, served with tasty home-made fare such as ‘speck’, jams, fruit juices, bread and cake, it’s just a stone’s throw through the snow to the cross-country ski runs, where you can glide along well marked lanes amidst snow-mantled mountain landscape.

After all that snow action, cross-country skiers can enjoy a hearty snack with freshly baked bread, home-made ‘speck’ and cheese prepared by their farm hosts, along with some hot tea or a mug of mulled wine.

Cross-country skiing from the farm in South Tyrol’s side valleys

Cross-country skiers will be right on course at Reschenpass or in the higher-lying side valleys of the Pustertal. Antholzertal has long been a favourite with classic skiers and skaters thanks to ist internationally competitive reputation. On the other hand, skiers will often find themselves gliding along undisturbed in Gsiesertal. Sarntal and Ridnaun also feature fantastically prepared runs that run straight past holiday farms.