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Forni di Sopra - Dolomiti Friulane

Dolomiti Nordicski: unlimited cross-country experience in the Dolomites

Welcome to your cross-country skiing holidays in Forni di Sopra – Lorenzago di Cadore!


Forni di Sopra is located in the province of Udine, surrounded by the splendid peaks of the East-Friulian Dolomites. The village is located in a vast and sunny basin in Carnia, in the eastern part of the nature resort of the Friulian Dolomites, one of the biggest areas in the Alps with the most animals.
Forni di Sopra is part of Borghi Autentici and Alpine Pearls, a network of the most beautiful alpine villages offering sustainable holidays in close contact with nature.
Forni di Sopra is a small winter sports destination. Cross-country skiers can enjoy the circular track, called "tagliamento" with 18 km - 2 km of which are floodlit and provided with artificial snow-making machines. The route leads along the valley bottom and is one of the most interesting cross-country routes from a technical point of view. 4 approved circular tracks (1.35 km – 3.3 km, 3.5 km and 5 km) are part of the offer and have already been venue for renowned European cross-country skiing competitions.

The Pineta track is located in the community of Lorenzago di Cadore, a renowned summer and winter sports destination, where famous people like the poet Giousuè Carducci and pope John Paul II spent their holidays. The track leads through dense forests at the bottom of the Cridola/Miaron mountain massif at an altitude of 1,056 metres. The track is accessible via the state road SS.52 Carnica, which connects the regions of Veneto with Friuli via Mauria Pass. The track is ideal for classic style and skating; it is 2.5 km, 3 km, 4 km and 5 km long and can also be realised with artificial snow. The 2.5 km circular track is floodlit, and you also find a large car park and a ski rental. The track fulfills the national norms and can therefore also be used for club competitions.




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