- Excellent track skiing
- Spectacular Dolomites scenery
- Multigrade or single grade skiing
Over the years Dobbiaco has become our most popular centre - and justifiably so. This charming town, set at 1200m amid the unique scenery of the Dolomites in the Alta Pusteria region, is ideally surrounded by an impressive network of cross-country tracks.
Many kilometres of easy track skiing along the wide valley floor make this a great destination for beginners. A little more challenging is the track that leads south to Cortina d'Ampezzo, a memorable route that passes under the triple rock buttresses of the imposing Tre Cime di Lavaredo. The Sexten and Prags valleys offer a choice of undulating routes in typical Dolomites scenery and the high Plaetzwiese Plateau also offers superb routes at about 2000m.
We return each evening to the welcoming hospitality of the Tschurtschenthaler family and picturesque Dobbiaco, where we can gaze at the famous jagged peaks of northeast Italy.
What makes this trip responsible?
Our base for the week is Hotel Tschurtschenthaler, a small family run hotel perfectly located in the centre of Dobbiaco. Exodus has worked with this hotel for many years so all our groups receive a warm welcome from the family. Thanks to the excellent location of the hotel, our groups are able to use public transport every day to take them to the start of cross-country skiing trails. All our leaders are committed to Responsible Tourism and have received training and get additional refresher training on a regular basis so they can help you reduce you impact and maximise the benefits to the local communities from your visit.
What our clients say about Cross-Country Skiing: Dobbiaco
'Lovely comfortable hotel run by a family creating a friendly, home like atmosphere, that made me want to go back year after year. Great company, endless trails, wonderful scenery and a five course evening meal to finish the day off. Just great!'
Sonia Barber – Cross-country skiing: Dobbiaco
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Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites