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Cross-country skiing

The Val di Fassa is also appreciated by cross-country skiers for offering a wide choice of cross-country skiing trails and rings for a total of 51 km of slopes and 70 km with the Marcialonga route, an event organized every year on the last Sunday of January. .

In addition, always in the heart of the Val di Fassa you will find during your ski week, the Ciampac ring and the Fondo Alochet center at Passo San Pellegrino, for skiing until late in the season, being in fact at high altitude.

The Val di Fassa also has a ring with night lighting at the Ciancoal di Pozza di Fassa, just 20 minutes by car from the Cima Dodici hotel.

The Marcialonga

If you like cross-country skiing, you can't miss the great event organized every year on the last Sunday of January: the Marcialonga in Val di Fassa.

It is a worldwide and exciting event, a cross-country ski race, followed and participated by over six thousand competitors including Italians, Germans, Norwegians and many others, who compete in the enchanting scenery of the Fassa valleys, starting from Moena up to arrive, after 70 km, in Val di Fiemme in Cavalese.

Variations of the Marcialonga

In addition to the Marcialonga, the Marcialonga Light is also organized, a shorter but still intense race, suitable for those who are less trained and for the little ones. This Marcialonga Light is 45 km long and ends in Predazzo.