Cross-Country Skiing in the heart of the Nockberge

Three trails in the snow

Those looking for a sporty time-out from skiing or snowboarding once in a while are offered snowsure trails inviting to explore the beautiful scenery of Turracher Höhe at their own pace.

Passing frozen Lake Turracher See, the tracks wind all the way up to higher located trail sections. Whether classic or skating style – enjoy a total of 18 kilometers of well-groomed double tracked trails, varying in lengths:

  • Weitental Trail: demanding, rising from 1,763 m up to 1,884 m above sea level, approx. 7.2 km, classic style
  • Turracher See Trail: easy, at 1,763 m above sea level, approx. 1.8 km, skating and classic style
  • Schwarzsee-Hochmoor Trail: easy, rising from 1,840 up to 1.876 m above sea level, approx. 3.7 km, skating and classic style
  • Sun Trail: easy, approx. 5,5 km, skating and classic style

Your first steps on the trail: at Turracher Höhe’s ski schools, you will learn proper cross-country skiing techniques from seasoned experts while the ski and snowboard shops will provide you with all the equipment you need.

Turracher Höhe

Cross-Country Trails

Skating & Classic Style

Winter at its Best

Winter walking, ski touring
and ice-skating

A winter vacation at Turracher Höhe means one thing above all: variety. The idyllic winter landscape, combined with this diversity of winter sports options, makes the Nockberge region so special.

Winter walks are a great way to get away from it all and discover the peace and magic of winter at Turracher Höhe. Set out on a wildly-romantic hike on foot or snowshoes through enchanting snowy stone pine forests, across alpine pastures and along frozen mountain lakes.

Looking for something a bit sportier? Well, we’ve got you covered. Turracher Höhe has become a big destination for ski touring fans, with something for everyone from total novices to experienced skiers and families. Lake Turracher See is the place to be for a “Holiday on Ice“ experience. With 850 sqm of natural ice surface it offers plenty of space for ice-skaters to whizz around, activities such as “ice-stock” (similar to curling) or simply to enjoy the arena on foot.

Winter Walking Routes

across the Nockberge Mountains