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Cross-country skiing

Between the majestic mountain ranges of Rofan and Karwendel, over 200 kilometres of cross-country trails offer almost unlimited cross-country skiing. All the different types of terrain make the area a varied Nordic centre of Tyrol. There are separate tracks for classic cross-country skiers and fast skaters in all levels of difficulty.

More information about cross-country skiing in the region around Lake Achen
Separate tracks for classic cross-country skiers and skaters of all levels of difficulty are a matter of course, and orientation is ensured by an exemplary guidance system: every kilometer is signposted, handy track maps with detailed information and profiles are available from the Tourist Office.

If Ms. Holle does not play along this way, that's not a problem either: Numerous cross-country trails will be mechanically snowed in this case. It goes without saying that the region regularly receives the Tyrolean Loipengütesiegel for this purpose.

Our tip: Trail Pertisau - Falzthurn - Gramai
Difficulty: medium
Marking: red
Length: 7 km (cross-country trail - Falzthurnalm and back with artificial snow), 14 km (cross-country trail - Gramai Alm and back)
Style: classic and skating

Starting point is the cross-country center Pertisau at the entrance of the Karwendeltäler. The trail leads first slightly uphill through the Falzthurntal valley to the Falzthurnalm and then with slight inclines to the Gramai Alm.

Cross-country skiing map Achensee
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