The impeccable quality of the network of trails in the Hohe Salve holiday region is guaranteed by the Tyrolean trail seal of approval! For two decades, the Tyrolean provincial government has awarded the applicant cross-country ski trail operators the Tyrolean trail seal of approval under certain conditions.
In winter, the trails in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve are marked with uniform boards and signs.
At all starting points you’ll find a large overview board with a general view of all available cross-country ski trails in the location. In addition, they also display information about the difficulty level of the trail, the distance in kilometres and the elevation profile of the route. Cross-country ski trails marked blue are rated as easy, red trails are medium-difficult and black trails are deemed challenging.
In the quality-tested cross-country skiing centre Angerberg/Mariastein you’ll find further information about the Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality on the overview boards.
Along the cross-country routes you’ll frequently find direction arrows and km indications for your orientation. Please also note the mandatory and prohibition signs at the starting point of the trail.
Cross-country skiing in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
The scenic beauty and the wonderful panoramic view of the Wilder Kaiser and the Kitzbühel Alps make the Holiday Region Hohe Salve and particularly the cross-country skiing centre Angerberg / Mariastein, a true paradise for cross-country skiers. The cross-country skiing paradise on the beautiful Angerberg has been able to boast of the Tyrolean cross-country quality seal for several years. This means, among other things, that the snow is guaranteed on all sides through artificial snow production. The training trails in Angerberg, as well as in the town of Wörgl, are therefore prepared with certainty every winter. In addition, both trails are illuminated at night so that you can still enjoy the sport in the evening hours.
Skating and classic cross-country ski trails can be found in every difficulty level. The trails run through the idyllic townships of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. Some trails are linked with each other and can be expanded at will. Explore the around 60 km route network on cross-country skis and experience unforgettable moments in nature. A special highlight for cross-country skiers is free use of the trails in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. In addition, there is free or low-priced parking available at all entry points to the trails. All those who want to give their car a break, too, for once and have a valid Guest Card can use the Ski bus or public transport from their accommodation all the way to the entry point to the trail completely free. So off onto the trails and into the sheer unlimited cross-country fun in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve!
Good to know
checkaround 60 km of trails for classic cross-country skiing and skating
checkIlluminated night & training trails in Angerberg and Wörgl
checkGuaranteed cross-country skiing in Angerberg & Wörgl thanks to artificial snow production
checkAwarded the Tyrolean trail seal of approval in Angerberg / Mariastein
checkCross-country children's area in Angerberg
checkGPX download, elevation profiles, descriptions on the interactive map
checkFree use of the trails
checkFree parking right next to the cross-country ski trails
checkCharging station for e-cars right at the Angerberg cross-country ski center
checkFree use of toilets at the night & training trail Angerberg
The best and most popular regions for cross-country skiing are given the distinction of "cross-country specialists" in Tirol. In addition, the Holiday Region Hohe Salve in the Kitzbühel Alps can look forward to being awarded the Tyrolean Cross-Country Seal of Approval, along with many large regions. A network of trails with guaranteed snow conditions, optimal infrastructure around the trails, excellent service and much more are simply part of the standard there. For all those who want to get a taste of the Nordic sport, easy trails and cross-country lessons are offered. Experience best quality from your accommodation and cross-country equipment for rent, all the way to the trail itself!
What will the weather be like today? Which trails are open? What is the Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality and where do I get up-to-date maps for the cross-country ski trails? Those who are planning a cross-country skiing holiday will soon notice that many questions come. But this is no problem, because we have prepared answers to your questions. Check the weather forecast and trail status now and find out about the Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality. Brochures for winter holidays and maps for cross-country skiing can also be easily requested online. In just a few working days you will receive the brochures ordered by mail, directly to your address. Some of the brochures can also be read directly online and downloaded as a PDF file to your device. Do you have any further questions? Whether you visit us in the info office, contact us by phone or mail - the staff from the info offices will also be happy to help you in person.