For those who prefer a slower pace in winter, but still want some sporting activity outdoors in nature, cross-country skiing is just the thing. Whether alone, in twos or in a group, whether with or without a teacher, you can enjoy the untouched romantic countryside on the narrow skis in the track and turn your gaze towards the wonderful countryside over and over again. The wonderful impressions of our snow-covered nature will stay with you for a long time, just like the refreshing effect of cross-country skiing. It has also been proven that cross-country is not only fun but also makes you fit, because no other sports promotes physical wellness, a healthy circulatory system and good overall condition so comprehensively and gently – in particular in the healthy climate of that altitude.

All of the cross-country tracks of the holiday region lie in a beautiful stretch of nature and are always tracked. It doesn’t matter whether you are a skater or diagonal skier, you will be able to satisfy your needs.

Cross-country skiing in Meransen
The cross-country run in Meransen leads into the untouched, wild romantic nature of the Altfaßtal. With a length of 12 km, a height difference of 150 m and a degree of difficulty from easy to medium difficult, it is THE cross-country track for lovers of the calm and peaceful.

Cross-country skiing on the Rodenecker Alm
Our “show piece” is definitely the run on the Rodenecker Alm. With a length of 15 km, height difference of 225 m, a degree of difficulty ranging from easy to medium difficult and its replenishing and resting opportunities, it is the ideal track for those who love to do it in comfort far removed from traffic and ascending facilities.

Cross-country skiing in Vals
More demanding guests or families will find the perfect solution in Vals. On the one hand there is the easy, 8 km long circular cross-country track at the valley station for beginners and families with smaller children. The more advanced skiers can test their endurance on the 12 km long track of medium difficulty. The 8 km long, difficult high-altitude track in the Jochtal can be reached with the cabin rail, and is suited for those who really feel fit.