Visitors who turn off at Brunico to go to the Valle di Tures-Aurina know where they‘re headed. In this, the most-beautiful cul de sac of South Tyrol, cross-country skiers can find 50 km of loops, bends, and turns – in the midst of the majestic backdrop of 80 summits having an elevation of 3,000 meters or more - or put it simply: Dolomiti Nordic Ski, at its very best!
In the area of the Nature Park
, starting at the right of the main village, Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures
– in the idyllic high-altitude village of Rein/Riva di Tures
– at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea-level, you‘ll find: Four different groomed trails, with a length of from 3 to 15 km and different degrees of difficulty; complete ski-service, including ski rental and instruction in the recently-constructed cross-country center.
The Alpine village of Weissenbach/Rio Bianco
is located at an altitude of 1,300 meters above sea-level, and is a popular goal for every age category. The main attraction is the circular cross-country trail, which has a length of 10 km and 110 meters of altitude differential.
The starting point next to the sport center is simultaneously the starting point for tobogganing
enthusiasts and wintertime hikers
The trio of high-altitude cross-country trails offers an impressive panorama and the station in Kasern/Casere
at the farthest head of the valley. The start of the 10-km-long trail – the final segment of which is quite challenging – is at the information point of the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park/Parco Naturale Vedrette di Ries-Aurina
, which has only recently been constructed (it also serves as a ski-rental and service stop).
The high-altitude cross-country trails in Kasern/Casere
, and Rein
have a length totaling 50 km, and are characterized by very very reliable snow. DNS includes
Alta Badia, Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal, Val Casies/Monguelfo/Tesido-Gsieser Tal/Welsberg/Taisten, Alta Pusteria-Hochpustertal, Osttirol (A), Comelico-Sappada, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Auronzo-Misurina-Lorenzago, Valli di Tures e Aurina-Tauferer Ahrntal, Alpe di Siusi/Val Gardena-Seiser Alm/Gröden, PelmoSkiCivetta, Forni di Sopra.