Ridnaun/Ridanna - the cross-country paradise:

Our beautiful valley at the bottom of the Stubai Alps has always been known to cross-country friends as a truly snow-safe destination.

25 km of perfectly groomed cross-country tracks await you.

Cross-country skiing is the easiest way to get acquainted with the unspoiled nature and the unique landscape of the high valley of Ridnaun/Ridanna.

Whether you're looking to enjoy a quiet round on the cross-country tracks of Ridnaun/Ridanna or to train for a competition, or even prefer to glide along the floodlit night slope, Ridnaun/Ridanna offers the ideal slope for everyone.

Of course there are professional cross-country instructors for beginners in order to introduce you to this fascinating and more importantly healthy sport within a few hours.

In the biathlon centre you might even be able to spot one of the top athletes during his training.

Experience the Ridnaun/Ridanna "winter fairytale".

Ridnaun/Ridanna Open Race:

The Open Race in Ridnaun/Ridanna is one of the most popular cross-country events in South Tyrol. This year was the 24th edition of this "race for everyone".

Just as in previous years, numerous ambitious leisure time athletes from South Tyrol, Italy, Germany and Austria participated. However, also some professional athletes always love to participate in such events.

The Open Race offers a choice of a short track of 25 km and the marathon length of 42 km. For children and youths there is a special length of 6 km, the so-called "junior sprint". This is a free-style race.

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