Cross-country skiing holiday in Radstadt

Traditional cross-country skiing and skating in Radstadt

Are the cross-country ski trails your second home? Then you’re guaranteed to feel at home in Radstadt. Here, in the home of Teresa Stadlober, you can choose from 64 kilometres of cross-country ski trails. Experience winter sport with views of the historical town, enjoy guaranteed snow on the Rossbrand and Gnadenalm high-altitude trails or rack up the kilometres on the famous Tauern cross-country ski trail. And if you’ve still got some energy left, you can set off to the illuminated Kaswurm trail for some night-time skiing.

New from winter 2021-22: Radstadt is providing its cross-country skiing guests with a free “Flying.Coach” to make the cross-country offer even more appealing. The coach is available in the cross-country skiing centre to give you tips and guidance every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The coach not only offers individual cross-country ski training for all ability levels but also answers any questions related to equipment and the trail network.

125 km
Trails
125 km
Classic
125 km
Skating
2 km
Lighted tracks
10,6 km
High-altitude tracks

Highlights of the cross-country skiing region

  • Free “Flying.Coach”
  • High-altitude trails with guaranteed snow & illuminated Kaswurm cross-country ski trail
  • Biathlon offer

Altitude of the tracks: 801 - 996 m

Cross-country ski season: December - early March

Shop, rental and cross-country ski schools in the region

Tri Alpin
Salzburger Strasse 13
5550 Radstadt
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Winter sports regions in Salzburger Land

Salzburger Land

Whether cross-country skiing, biathlon or ski touring - you get what your heart desires on a winter holiday in Salzburger Land! Thanks to the high snow-reliability and the wonderful mountain world you will find perfect conditions for your favourite winter sport here.

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