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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
Location: 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
Location: 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 ...

5 km open - 11.30-14.30 possible

The slope is prepared
Length: 5.5 km
Location: Obertilliach
Slope Löppwaldrunde
This somewhat more challenging circuit proceeds on a slight incline through the mountain forest, and is then followed by a descent which provides of ...
Length: 1.6 km
Location: Matrei in Osttirol / Tauerntal
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
Location: St. Jakob
Slope Moosrunde
A lovely circuit following the Tauernbach. The sunny slope crosses several bridges and romantic barns.
Length: 1.9 km
Location: Matrei in Osttirol / Tauerntal
Slope Tauernhausrunde
The entrance area to the slope is directly at the car park at Matreier Tauernhaus. This easily manageable slope proceeds across streams, bridges and ...
Length: 1.5 km
Location: Matrei in Osttirol / Tauerntal
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
Location: Sillian
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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.