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Cross-country skiing through the Hohe Tauern National Park

Discover nature in a different way

Cross-country skiing is an amazing sport. It enables you to get to know the natural landscape in a completely different way. Whether you prefer unhurried small trips in flat terrain or extended tours with technically demanding segments – the landscape around our hotel in Krimml provides the right track for everyone.

Just like for ski runs, there also is a classification for cross-country ski track: Blue trails are technically easy and lead mainly through flat terrain. Red trails are classified as intermediate and usually go through undulating landscapes. Black trails are difficult to ski, require stamina and often include steep parts.


Cross-country skiing across the Hohe Tauern National Park

With more than 200 kilometres of groomed ski trails the Pinzga Loipe connects all the villages between Krimml and Zell am See and promises unlimited fun for cross-country skiers who spend their holiday in the Hohe Tauern National Park. By the way, the Pinzga Loipe is only a few metres away from the Klockerhaus.

High cross-country ski trails with guaranteed snow in the Zillertal Arena

Discover the stunning natural reserve Sieben Möser. For beginners and unhurried cross-country skiiers, who choose Krimml as their holiday destination, we recommend the trails Duxerloipe 1 and 2 in Hochkrimml. Advanced cross-country skiers venture on a more difficult task and take the trail Plattenloipe, which runs through the beautiful moory landscape of Hochkrimml.

Cross-country skiing in the Krimml Achental Valley

A must-do for every winter holiday in Krimml! A gorgeous, but not groomed trail leads from the highest waterfall through the Krimmler Achental Valley to the Krimmler Tauernhaus. The tour is also perfectly suitable for snowshoeing and ski mountaineering.