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Cross-country skiing in Maria Alm

Endurance sport at the Hochkönig

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Friends of the Nordic endurance sport choose clear tracks instead of downhill slopes. 40 km of groomed cross-country ski tracks in Maria Alm, Hinterthal, Dienten, and Mühlbach will let you draw your laps through the snowy landscape.

Skating & classic

Cross-country ski trails at the Hochkönig

With a wide network of 40 km classic and skating tracks, the Hochkönig region presents itself as a true eldorado for cross-country ski fans. Cross-country ski trails of different levels of difficulty run through the idyllic winter landscape and will make hearts beat faster.

Cross-country skiing instead of hurried skiing

Your cross-country ski holidays

With its 30 km of cross-country ski trails, the idyllic village of Maria Alm can safely be regarded as a stronghold of cross-country skiing in the Hochkönig region. You can look forward to a full experience right on the doorstep of our hotel. Glistening forests and snow-covered mountains will accompany your cross-country ski adventure through Maria Alm-Hinterthal.

Please note: cross country skiing routes may change

Hochkönig cross-country ski trail

A dreamlike cross-country ski trail will lead you from the hotel through the snow-covered landscape of Maria Alm-Hinterthal. On about 7 km, you will have the possibility to test and improve your skills during cross-country skiing. The trail runs along dreamily snowy winter landscapes, past the Obermusbach inn to the end of the valley and back.

Cross-country ski trail Krallerwinkl

This trail at the beginning of Hinterthal is very popular, especially among beginners. With a length of about 2.4 km and an easy terrain, it will offer ideal conditions for the beginners among you, with both a classic as well as a skating version.

Training trail Hinterthal

The cross-country ski trail in the Krallerwinkl, with a length of 6.3 km, will be a real challenge even for experienced cross-country skiers. With its, in part, difficult terrain and an ascent of 373 metres, it will make even pros sweat. This cross-country ski trail starts after the fork Grießbachwinkel-Krallerwinkl and leads past the Praterau and then in the direction of Enterwinkl and Rohrmoos before heading back to the start.

Learn how to cross-country ski

At the Hochkönig

For those still looking for the right swing, a cross-country ski lesson will be the right choice. An instructor will help beginners to get an idea of the healthy sport and to improve their technique further.