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Tirolean Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality

Excellent trail quality in the Kitzbühel Alps

Optimally groomed cross-country ski trails in the Kitzbühel Alps

Optimally groomed cross-country ski trails in the Kitzbühel Alps

The flawless quality of the network of cross-country ski trails in the Kitzbühel Alps is guaranteed through the Tirolean Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality! For two decades, the Tirolean state government has awarded applying operators of cross-country ski trails the Tirolean Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality under certain conditions. The trail area must have a specified minimum configuration of trails and exhibit correspondingly good standards with regard to grooming, orientation, marking as well as securing dangerous spots. The region Kitzbühel Alps is part of this elite circle of Tirolean cross-country skiing specialists and meets the high quality requirements. Enjoy perfectly groomed and certified cross-country ski trails in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tirol!

Quality requirements

  • checkDual trails

  • checkat least 80 days of snow

  • checkParking options near the trail

  • checkMarking of the start and finish area

  • checkHighest standard with regard to grooming, orientation, marking and securing dangerous spots

The trail area must have a specified minimum configuration of trails and exhibit correspondingly good standards with regard to grooming, orientation, marking as well as securing dangerous spots. Furthermore, the start and finish area must be clearly indicated and feature corresponding facilities and notices. Trail locations which can expect daily visitors must provide parking options within reasonable proximity to the start and finish areas, the size of which corresponds to the trails offered. The trail area must have at least 3 trails. The trails must be independent of each other and feature dual tracks. The routes may only run next to each other for short sections. The Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality can only be awarded to cross-country ski areas which can expect an average of at least 80 snow days (days with snow cover of ca. 10 cm) during a winter.

  • Cross-country skiing Holiday Region Hohe Salve
    In the Holiday Region Hohe Salve and the Kitzbühel Alps you’ll find numerous optimally groomed cross-country ski trails of all difficulty levels.
  • PillerseeTal - Cross-country skiing
    Cross-country skiing in PillerseeTal, the snowiest region of Tirol!
  • Cross-country skier in action - St. Johann in Tirol region
    Cross-country skier in action on the trail in St. Johann in Tirol.
  • Cross-country skier at night - St. Johann in Tirol region
    Cross-country skier on the floodlit trail.
  • Cross-country skiing Hohe Salve Hopfgarten
    Two cross-country skiers skiing on the cross-country ski trail in Hopfgarten. The Hohe Salve in the background and with the sun in your face, skiing comes a lot easier!
  • PillerseeTal - Cross-country skiing
    Cross-country skiing in spring in PillerseeTal, the snowiest region of Tirol - with views of Buchensteinwand and the Jakobskreuz.
  • PillerseeTal - Cross-country skiing - Children
    Cross-country skiing in PillerseeTal, the snowiest region of Tirol. Cross-country skiing with children and the whole family!

Certified regions

The following regions of the Kitzbühel Alps have been awarded the Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality.

  • PillerseeTal
  • Hohe Salve
  • St. Johann in Tirol

Uniform trail signposting

The regions of the Kitzbühel Alps awarded the Tirolean Cross-Country Ski Trail Seal of Quality have uniform trail signposting within the townships. Thus our cross-country skiing guests have access to the same information at all entry points, such as skiing direction, kilometre indications and information about public sanitary facilities.

Difficulty levels

  • checkblue = easy

  • checkred = medium

  • checkblack = difficult

St. Johann in Tirol

The St. Johann in Tirol region has equipped the trails with information signs meeting the Austrian standard. The signs show the direction with kilometre indication.

The signs are in the colours blue, red and black. These indicate the various difficulty levels.

PillerseeTal

In PillerseeTal there is uniform trail signposting with detailed descriptions of the trail, elevation profile, infrastructure such as WC's, lockers and parking spaces as well as a general overview of the trails in the entire valley.

  • Detailed descriptions
  • Elevation profile
  • Lockers
  • Parking Spaces
  • Public WC-facilities
  • , etc.

Holiday Region Hohe Salve

All trails in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve feature the same markings and thus guarantee a good overview of the length and difficulty of the route.

At the cross-country skiing centre in Angerberg you’ll find sanitary facilities. Both toilets and showers are available to you at no cost.

In addition, all starting points feature large general overview boards with all available trails.

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