Winter activities

Ski areas

Ski area Nassfeld

Put on your skis, grab your helmet and away you go! Are you looking for the perfect ski challenge for the day ahead? There are plenty of them in the Nassfeld ski area! 110 kilometers of slopes of all difficulty levels offer the perfect descent for everyone, from beginners to professionals.

Numerous rustic huts and culinary delicacies make your stay in the mountains even more pleasant. And from above, the regular guest in Nassfeld, the radiant sun, puts the fun in the right light.

Thanks to the special microclimate of the Nassfeld region, there is almost always enough snow for you. After all, this part of the Carnic Alps is known for its abundant snowfall. The stage is all yours: what highlight on the slopes will it be for you today?

Would you like to cruise quietly on the Wulfenia descent? A little action on the FIS red piste? Excitement and thrills in abundance on the black Trogkofel run? Or ski The Wave or The Snake with the children.

And don’t forget to visit the photo points of the ski area! They are the perfect places to take a beautiful memory photo of your stay in the Nassfeld ski area.

Ski area Weißbriach

The Weissbriach ski area is a real family area for children and/or adults who are starting to ski. There are 5 kilometers of slopes for skiing and snowboarding. You have access to a total of 4 elevators. This winter sports area is located at an altitude of 820 to 1150 meters. Once you have mastered the first meters, you can continue practicing in the Nassfeld ski area.

Ski area Dreiländereck

What makes this ski area so special is that the area is located at the point where three countries meet. Dreiländereck is located on the border of Austria with Italy and Slovenia. Nature lovers like to come here to enjoy the breathtaking view.

Dreiländereck is small and manageable, making the area very family-friendly. Children experience adventures in the children’s park while they learn to ski step by step.


Winter sports


In the Dreiländereck ski area, families will find a comfortable natural snow toboggan run: the 8.4 kilometer long toboggan run is an experience for children and parents. The tobogganing fun that takes winter sports enthusiasts down into the valley via open spaces and romantic forest paths seems almost endless. The long climb is also not necessary on this toboggan run: families use the three-country jet for a comfortable climb. Once at the top, the path to the toboggan run is well signposted.

The Rattendorf toboggan run stretches over 2 kilometers and the starting point is just a 30-minute walk away. The illuminated route of the Almweg winds down into the valley via countless hairpin bends. Toboggan enthusiasts can whiz across the glittering white carpet until 10 p.m.

When the treetops shine in the moonlight and the peace and quiet has settled, then it really begins at the Guggenberg in Hermagor. Tobogganing enthusiasts can eat and drink at the Hauserhof or the Waldemar. Warm up and take the toboggan run 2 kilometers further.

In Weissbriach, a 3 kilometer long toboggan run awaits winter enthusiasts. And what’s the icing on the cake when it comes to tobogganing? An authentic evening in the Berggeisthütte before you descend back into the valley at full speed!

Skating on the Weissensee

Don’t feel like skiing for a day? Then grab your skates and skate a lap on the Weissensee.
The Weissensee is the largest frozen and prepared natural ice sheet in Europe. From mid-December to early March, skaters will find 40 centimeter thick ice here and you can also enjoy the special surroundings during a beautiful winter walk or horse-drawn sleigh ride. The ice master and his team ensure the preparation of 25 kilometers of skating rink, curling rinks and ice hockey pitches. 

Cross-country skiing

In our region there is a prepared trail network of 130 kilometers, including two high-altitude trails directly near Nassfeld.
There are height differences from 600 to 1500 meters, the cross-country ski trails can be used in any variant.

Haus Nampoalch

Are you ready for the snow?