Sports Meetings in the Dolomites
A meeting point for climbers from all countries that overcomes linguistic, cultural and geographical boundaries. The Dolorock Climbing Festival is an event all about climbing and mountaineering and invites you to talk with like-minded people. There is more information here:
Sprint Night Run
The Running passion grips Dobbiaco for three days. Even the smallest have fun at the Kids Run on Saturday and the adults start at the Sprint Night Run on Friday or the run from Cortina to Dobbiaco on Sunday. A great event with a great backdrop. Our hotel offers the ideal starting point and with our special offer all runners will benefit.
A running event for the whole family. The traditional Hochpustertal Run takes place in July and starts from San Candido with finish in Silian. With three different runs, you can either start over 12.1 km, the half marathon route or the kids in the Kids Run. More information about the event can be found here:
The Dolomiti Superbike is THE MTB bike race in South Tyrol. For more than 25 years, over 1000 participants have started and mastered the demanding route from Villabassa via the Plätzwiese and Dobbiaco. An expo area with exhibitors on MTB and mountain sports is located in the village center of Niederdorf:
Dobbiaco night run
A special, non-competitive running event in Dobbiaco that has been held on the evening before Ferragosto (08/14/2020), the Italian summer holiday, for 44 years. There are two routes for the night run, 10 km for adults and 2.4 km for kids through Dobbiaco. The focus of this run is on fun!
Eroica Dolomiti - vintage cycling meeting in San Candido
Attention, lovers of cycling! The vintage Eroica Dolomiti cycling event takes place in San Candido in September. Anyone who owns a vintage racing bike and wants to get a taste of the “old” times can be there, where professionals in the Dolomites have written great cycling history and legends have been created. You can register for three routes from 73 - 118 km. Cycling in a fantastic setting! More information here:
Three Peaks Alpine Run
The South Tyrolean Three Peaks Alpin Run is one of the most beautiful mountain runs in the Alps. Around 1000 participants enjoy the magnificent scenery every year at 17 kilometers and 1,333 meters above sea level. From Sesto to the Three Peaks with a wonderful view of the famous South Tyrolean Three Peaks. More information and registration for the run can be found here:
Run to the Steinbergalm
A demanding mountain run from the "Schneggersäge" in Toblach via the Bonner Hütte to the Steinbergalm. There are 11 kilometers and 850 meters of altitude to be mastered. The run is recommended for well-trained runners with mountain experience. More information is available on the organizer's Facebook page:
Ski Marathon trough the Val Pusteria
The Val Pusteria Ski Marathon is the longest cross-country race in the Dolomites. It starts over 62 km or 42 km with 1000 meters of altitude. A race with wonderful views and always an experience.
Biathlon Weltcup in Antholz
Every year the Antholz Valley turns into a colorful festival and everyone is feverish about biathlon. Thousands of visitors from all over the world cheer with the biathlon stars and cheer for their favorites. The biathlon in Antholz is always worth a visit and a fixed date on the calendar.
Cross-country ski word cup
Dobbiaco has been a permanent stop on the FIS Ski events for years. The best cross-country skiers fight for important points in the two-day Cross-Country World Cup. An exciting event for all winter sports enthusiasts.
Cross-country skiing from Dobbiaco to Cortina
Cross-country skiing from Dobbiaco to Cortina has existed since 1977, making it one of the most traditional cross-country races in Italy. It is also the second largest cross-country ski run in Italy. It will start in two competitions over 42 km Classic or over 32 km Skating. Bring stamina!
Gsiesertal Lauf - Cross-country skiing in Val Casies
It is considered the most popular run in the Alps and is known far beyond the borders of South Tyrol. The Gsiesertal Lauf lives up to its name and that since 1984, because it has never been canceled and 68,025 "finishers" have already celebrated. You run over 30 or 42 km in classic style or skating style.