Cross-country ski holiday in Nassfeld-Pressegger See - Lesachtal | Weissensee
Doing something for body and mind, being active in nature, enjoying views and experiencing variety: Cross-country skiers and biathletes find top conditions for cruising or skating through snow at Nassfeld, in the Gailtal Valley and in the Gitschtal Valley. The Lesachtal Valley, Europe’s most natural valley, can also be explored on cross-country skis. If one believes the Lesachtal Valley locals, then their Grenzlandloipe track must be one of the most beautiful and diverse cross-country ski tracks south of the Alps.
Lake Weissensee is not only popular with the international ice sports scene. The sun-favoured and mist-free valley is a paradise for cross-country skiing – this is underlined by the Carinthian Seal of Quality for cross-country ski tracks and other awards.
The World of Mountains & Lakes keeps its promise. Because on your cross-country skiing holiday in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See - Lesach Valley | Weissensee region, you can ski and skate between mountains and lakes on the 190 km network of cross-country ski trails. Up high on the Nassfeld with guaranteed snow, you’ll find two high-altitude cross-country ski trails, while down below in the valley the impressive summits of the Carnic and Gailtal Alps provide a beautiful panorama. Make your laps around the frozen Weißensee lake on a further 40 km of cross-country ski trails that have been awarded the “Carinthian cross-country ski trail seal of approval”. You can enjoy Carinthia from its beautiful side here: between mountains & lakes.
A special experience on your winter holiday in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See - Lesach Valley | Weissensee region is cross-country skiing in the Lesach Valley: cross-country skiers, snow shoe hikers, winter hikers and ski tourers can dive into the unspoilt nature of the most natural valley in Europe. And a great deal of deep snow. Over 60 km of cross-country ski trails are freshly prepared every day; the well-known borderland cross-country ski trail guides visitors along the East Tyrolean border between Gail and Carinthia. You should also keep a look out for Ole Einar Bjørndalen – the outstanding Norwegian biathlete trains in Obertilliach.
The cross-country skiing & biathlon centre in Obertilliach is also worth a visit. As is the Nordic Competence Center with biathlon training facility right by the Millennium Express in Tröpolach, and the small but lovely sunshine cross-country ski trail in St. Lorenzen.