The Val Senales Glacier Ski Area is one of the few ski resorts that offers cross-country skiing in South Tyrol almost year round. For this reason, many dedicated cross-country skiers and other winter sports enthusiasts looking for an early winter warm-up gather here for cross-country skiing at the glacier.

Cross-country skiing tracks for every level

The glacier of Val Senales has the right offer for every level of difficulty. Cross-country skiing pros as well as beginners get their money’s worth. The high snow reliability in Val Senales allows to practice this popular winter sport even during the warmer months.


Cross-country trails for advanced skiers

Cross-country skiing in South Tyrol: from September to mid-December, there is guaranteed snow on the high altitude cross-country trails, which lead cross-country skiers along a winding round trip course over wide-open terrain. The highest cross-country ski trail in South Tyrol is between five and ten kilometres long and has a medium to high difficulty level.


Cross-country trails for beginners

The two-kilometer-long Lazaun slope on the high plateau, also with guaranteed snow, accommodates beginners and recreational skiers. It is open from mid-December until April. The easy cross-country skiing route offers a magnificent view of the imposing peaks of the Val Senales. The trail is accessible via the Lazaun chair lift from the town of Maso Corto/Kurzras.