Cross-country skiing in Italy: the trail in Terenten
Here’s a foretaste
Terenten has its own cross-country ski trail made of natural snow that runs right through the village centre. You can look forward to two different levels of difficulty for both the classic and skating styles and a fantastic panorama.
The cross-country ski trail in detail
Over the last few years, people’s focus on health has increased, and so has the popularity of cross-country skiing. It’s no coincidence: this fast-growing winter sport offers a total-body workout, strengthens the cardiovascular system and offers us some much-needed outdoor time and fresh air. In Terenten, cross-country skiing has long been a beloved winter activity The cross-country ski trail starts in the sports zone of Terenten and runs straight through the village centre. Suitable for both skating and classic styles, it is 7 kilometres long with an elevation gain of 53 metres, and affords a lovely view of the mountains. Please be aware that walking and dogs are not permitted on the trails.
If you want to take a walk with your canine friend, you can do so on the 2.5 kilometres of winter walking paths available in Terenten, bearing in mind that dogs must be kept on a lead in compliance with local laws.
How to get there
The two cross-country ski trails are in the centre of Terenten, a ten-minute walk from the main car park and the church. To get there by car, drive to Vintl, turn left and follow the road into the village.