Winter active



The natural beauty, refreshing tranquillity and picture postcard setting of the Three Peaks in Alta Pusteria make cross-country skiing in Toblach / Dobbiaco a first-class experience.

Toblach, an international world-cup racing venue, is reputed both locally and internationally as a haven for cross-country skiers.

The 120km of cross-country ski tracks not only offer extensive cross-country skiing in Toblach / Dobbiaco but also provide access to a further 200 km of tracks in the Alta Pusteria network...

Cross-Country Skiing schools in Toblach / Dobbiaco:

Lanz Active  / Azzurra Cross-Country
Skiing School

Skiing in Toblach / Dobbiaco

It wouldn't be a winter holiday in South Tyrol without powdery snow, lots of sun and wonderful downhill slopes that are just crying out to ski and snowboard fans alike...

Skiing in Toblach / Dobbiaco is a true classic. Toblach's great location at the heart of the Alta Pusteria Valley means that famous ski regions such as Helm, Kronplatz and Cortina are right on the doorstep.

Skiing in Toblach / Dobbiaco in Alta Pusteria is also a wonderful and safe experience for families. As well as a children's area, the village has 1 chairlift and 2 drag lifts that grant access to easy to medium level pistes.

Skischools in Toblach / Dobbiaco & surroundings:

Skischool Dobbiaco / Skischool Monte Elmo / Ski- & Snowboardschool Dolomiti di SestoSkischool San Candido Baranci / Skischool Cortina / Skischools Plan de Coronesz

The Plan de Corones ski area:

Can't get enough of the ski slopes? Get on the Ski-Pustertal-Express train and travel quickly, comfortably and without any stress from the 3 Cime Dolomiti ski resort to the Plan De Corones ski area: get off at the Perca stop and take the cable car straight up to the ski run! Once at the top, you can enjoy a total of 119 kilometres of slopes, 5 black runs (the "Black Five") and the link to the famous Sellaronda.


Winter hiking


Winter hiking in Toblach / Dobbiaco, in the picturesque Alta Pusteria Valley - there's probably no better way to take in the snow-clad Three Peaks mountaintops, eliminate stress and forget the hectic pace of everyday life.

You can enjoy a nice stroll around the Toblach Lake, track wildlife in the Silvester Valley or follow the village path between the old part of Toblach and the new. Numerous walking and hiking trails weave their way through the natural beauty of the Alta Pusteria Valley, creating lasting memories of walks in Toblach's winter wonderland.

Alpine Schools & Hiking guides in Toblach / Dobbiaco:

Strobl Luis / Globo Alpin