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Winteractivities in the area

Winteractivities in the area

GLISTENING. SNOW. JOYS.

Winter in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region is winter for all senses. Winter full of action and pleasure. Full of relaxation and family fun. And that’s no wonder: After all, the World of Mountains & Lakes is one big, glistening canvas for colourful winter adventures.

Whether it’s for skiing and snowboarding, for relaxing and unwinding or for having fun with your family: The winter paradise of the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region offers something for every taste. Discover a winter wonderland world full of unforgettable adventures – but be warned: The Winter World of the Carinthian mountains is addictive! Once you’re there, you won’t want to leave ...

NASSFELD SKI RESORT IN CARINTHIA

Even the sun is a regular here – and that’s not much of a surprise! After all, Nassfeld ski resort is one of Austria’s most charming places. Whether it’s for skiing or snowboarding, for sunbathing or après-ski entertainment: The varied ski resort in the Sun Ski World offers something for every taste.

The secret formula: a perfect combination of snow, sun and winter joy! 110 kilometres of slopes in all levels of difficulty offer the perfect stage for everyone, from beginners to advanced skiers. Countless cosy mountain huts and culinary delights make for the perfect mountain experience – topped off by Nassfeld ski resort’s most popular regular guest, the sun.

Ma che bello! The proximity to Italy makes the ski resort a hot tip for all those who don’t want to wait for their summer holiday to feel a bit of Italian joie de vivre. 

ICE SKATING IN THE NASSFELD-PRESSEGGER SEE REGION

Lake Presseggersee is surrounded by mountains, forests and meadows and seamed with Austria’s second biggest reed belt. And once you’ve explored the slopes of the region, you can continue all the fun by discovering the other winter sports offers at the Nassfeld ski resort. Two sharpened skate blades, gloves and a good sense of balance – that’s all you need for your adventures on natural ice!

A SEASONAL CHAMELEON: LAKE PRESSEGGER SEE

In summer, Lake Pressegger See – with its 28-degrees water temperature – attracts countless swimming enthusiasts. In winter, it’s covered with a thick layer of ice. Because of its three-metre-tall reeds and the numerous species of fish that inhabit the lake, it’s known for being one of Carinthia’s natural treasures. In particularly cold winters, Lake Pressegger See completely freezes over and thus becomes an Eldorado for ice skaters.

ICE SKATING ON LAKE WEISSENSEE

Almost like clockwock, the 6.5-square-kilometre Lake Weissensee in Carinthia freezes over right around 25 November. Starting at the smaller western end, it’s completely covered in a 40-centrimetre layer of ice by mid-December. And then it won’t be long before the first ice skaters show up …

What’s more, ice skaters and holiday guests can skate along several circular tracks from four to 25 kilometres in length.

SNOWSHOEING IN THE NASSFELD-PRESSEGGER SEE REGION

When the snow softly crunches underneath your feet, the warm rays of sunlight gently caress your face, and you’ll slowly get the feeling of being completely immersed in a winter wonderland: That’s when you’ll know you’re out on a snowshoe hike in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region. Every step of the way with snowshoes strapped to your feet equals pure winter joy that comes with a feeling of freedom. In the Nassfeld region and around the Carnic and Gailtal Alps, local guides are waiting to take you on a tour of the beautiful snowy landscape.

The extensive route network in the Carnic and Gailtal Alps has winter sports enthusiasts in awe. Far away from all the noise, traffic and crowds of people, they can take a breather and enjoy the silence of nature.

More, please? Of course! Choose from a wide selection of snowshoeing routes in the Nassfeld region and the Carnic Alps – and embark on your adventure out in the snow!

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Published 13-03-2020 / Copyright © Sonntagshof