The Cross-Country Race in Toblach-Cortina is known as one of Italy’s most traditional runs and has been staged since 1977.
The Cross-Country Ski Fun Run in Toblach-Cortina is the second-biggest Cross-Country Ski Fun Run in Italy, after the Marcialonga. In 2010 its track hosted the Tour de Ski; from that moment it began to enjoy international fame.
The 42 km classic route leads across the former railway track of the Dolomites in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage natural site. Highlights are the two illuminated tunnels which are crossed during the race.
Since 2020 the direction of the 35 km skating race goes also from Toblach to Cortina d’Ampezzo, with a slightly different and shortened track.