In a nature park? Yes, and you can take your pick between Fanes-Sennes-Prags and Puez-Geisler, both lying at the heart of the Dolomites, which have been declared a World Natural Heritage Site. Excellently prepared pistes, which are given a cover of artificial snow when necessary, lead from the edge of San Vigilio village into the silence of 'Val de Mareo', following the stream beneath fir trees topped with thick crests of snow.
The trail finishes at the end of the valley after Pederü mountain inn, taking you ever further away from civilisation. If the 23-km-long circuit is too long, you have your first chance to make start heading back again after 2 km at Ciamaor. With one sweeping step after another, cross-country skiers are drawn into the magical winter wonderland. There's also the Mareo bus to take people back if necessary! This cross-country ski trail requiring a toll is part of the largest cross-country ski carousel in Europe – Dolomiti Nordic Ski.
The daily prepared natural trails at Würzjoch lie at over 2,000 m above sea level, on the doorstep of San Martin de Tor. This practically flat circuit trail (5 km, 30 m cumulative elevation gain) and Würzjoch trail develop at the foot of the Peitlerkofel mountain. The latter trail, 9 km long, makes use of the closed pass road in winter, leads past Haslhütte inn downwards about 400 m, which obviously have to be gained on the way back up to return to Ütia de Börz, or Würzjochhütte. Skis may be hired in Antermoia village centre.