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Cross-country skiing fun at over 200 km of trails

Cross country skiing hotel Christina Pertisau

The Achensee region is one of the most famous and best cross-country skiing areas in Tyrol.

More than 200 km of trails around Tirol's largest lake and in the valleys of the Karwendel offer an unhampered cross-country experience. There are trails for all levels, with special tracks for skaters, cross-country sledging (barrier-free), dog-walking trails and exercise trails for the practise steps.

Trails guidance system at the Lake AchenseeAll trails are well signposted and equipped with a modern control system. You can also obtain trail maps with important information about the individual courses.

For cross-country skiers we have special offers: Cross-country skiing fun at Lake Achensee, Cross-Country Week Special and our Skating Trainee Special.

Cross-country slopes Karwendel valleyWith the AchenseeCard (guest card) that you will receive from us for your entire stay at our hotel, you can use the entire transport route network in the Karwendel valleys for unlimited travel. This also includes the ski bus which allows you to reach the trails in Achenkirch, Steinberg, Maurach Wiesing for free.

And the best part: You can reach the hotel via the trail network!

If you do not have your own walking equipment or cannot bring it with you, do not worry: you are welcome to borrow hotel skis, poles and boots- please ask our staff at the time of booking.

Cross-country skiing Lake Achensee

"Cross-country skiing at Lake Achensee" - a sport for young and old alike

You can learn more about the sport and the many variants ...


More video of the Tourist Board Achensee found on Youtube at: youtube.com/TVBAchensee (only in German Language).

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