Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon in the Val Martello Valley
Grogg Biathlon Centre
Cross-country ski runs totalling 12 km at various difficulty levels run through the Val Martello cross-country skiing paradise in the Stelvio National Park. Due to its altitude at above 1,700 m, the Val Martello Cross-Country and Biathlon Centre offers ideal winter cross-country skiing in this Alpine region. From the end of November to late March, Nordic winter sports enthusiasts have free run of the varied trails with elevation differences of up to 260 m. The biathlon centre also has a modern shooting range with 27 fully automated shooting ranges.
Situated right in the middle of the Stelvio National Park, not only does Val Martello offer cross-country skiers and biathletes numerous cross-country route options, but it also connects directly to the cross-country trails of St. Maria in der Schmelz. Thanks to their varied and versatile route options, these trails are suited both to classic cross-country skiing and skating, for beginners as well as experienced cross-country skiers.
The roller tracks in Slingia/Schlinig and Martello/Martell allow cross-country training in South Tyrol also in summer.