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Altitude slope on the Staller Sattel
This truncated and very challenging slope enables you to enjoy the wonderful pure natural surroundings. It starts at the turning bay for the ski bus ...
Length: 7.4 km
Place: Staller Sattel
Slope Obersse
The Obersee slope, which is a circuit and is truncated starts at the place where the ski bus turns, proceeding to Staller Sattel. Along the banks of ...
Length: 4.5 km
Place: St. Jakob
Very short and flat cross country track. From the cross country centre you follow the track to the east. Back you use the track throught the forest ...
Length: 1.6 km
Place: Obertilliach
Höhenloipe Dorfberg
The Dorfberg altitude slope is set between 1820 m and 1950 m and is a fantastic opportunity to get into cross-country skiing. This slope may also be ...
Length: 10.0 km
Place: Kartitsch
Biathloncenter Obertilliach
Obertilliach in East Tyrol is a meeting point for Nordic athletes: Olympic champions, world champions and European champions in cross-country skiing ...
Length: 5.5 km
Place: Obertilliach
Pist "Sonnenloipe"
The flat Sillian sunny slope is perfect for newcomers and beginners. The slope begins at the holiday village of Hochpustertal and is excellently ...
Length: 0.2 km
Place: Sillian
Panoramic slope Ströden
The panorama slope is at the head of the vally and provides a superb view to the glacier mountains of the Maurertal. The start is in Ströden and ...
Length: 2.0 km
Place: Prägraten
Hinterbichl connection
The Hinterbichl connection starts in Ströden and is defined as difficult due to the steep descents. From "Toing" the connection proceeds with the ...
Length: 2.6 km
Altitude: 75 m
Place: Prägraten
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The indicated total sum of km of the individual areas is composed of the km of all cross-country ski runs listed hereunder.Due to round tracks and ski run overlappings some double-counting might occur, whereby the total sum of km will increase.
Those runs which are prepared for skating or classic cross-country skiing, won´t be double-counted.