Sexten, the village of the Three Peaks in Upper Val Pusteria features 200 km of perfectly groomed tracks
and some fantastic natural scenery with panoramic view - a special insider’s tip for cross-country skiing lovers. The Schönblick highlights for cross-country skiing at the bottom of the Three Peaks:
- Access to the track directly at the hotel
- Free cross-country map with all tips & tracks in the Upper Puster Valley in your room
The tracks lead to the romantic Fischleintal Valley all the way to the Einserkofel Peak, where the rock walls of the Dolomites seem almost touchable. Or choose the alpine track: it leads from Mitterberg past dense forests at the sunny slope to the vast high-alpine pastures of the Neves Alm and to Coltrondo Alm pastures.
Towards the valley, the track leads to Innichen, to the cross-country ski centre in Toblach and on to the Pragser Wildsee Lake.
Furthermore, it is part of the world-biggest cross-country ski network Dolomiti Nordikski
with 13,000 km of cross-country ski tracks in the Dolomites. From 23rd of December, the cross-country ski pass guarantees for snow safety and perfectly groomed tracks! Cross-country ski map Upper Puster Valley