Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing is a particularly health-promoting sport and guarantees unforgettable experiences in the great outdoors! Nature lovers and sports enthusiasts alike appreciate the cross-country skiing on offer in the region. In the villages of Absam/Gnadenwald and Tulfes/Rinn, over 40 kilometres of cross-country trails await friends of the narrow boards. Almost no other sport strengthens muscles and joints as much as cross-country skiing. The sport is easy to learn at any age, can be practised into old age and is a source of fitness. Cross-country skiing keeps you young!

Cross-country trail report, 23.02.24

  • Cross-country trail Absam/Gnadenwald: closed
  • Cross-country trail Rinn: closed

Gnadenwald cross-country trail

On the sunny plateau in Gnadenwald, cross-country skiing is free of charge for guests and locals! Depending on the snow conditions, the cross-country ski trail is 10 kilometres classic and 8 kilometres skating.

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays the night cross-country trail is lit from dusk until 7.30 pm for training purposes, Sportverein Nordic Team Absam!
(without guarantee!)

For legal reasons, it is expressly forbidden to use the cross-country trail with a headlamp outside the lighting times!

Car parks and access points in Absam and Gnadenwald:
Wiesenhöfe, Sparkassen car park, St. Martin, Martinsstuben, Michaelerhof;

Bus stops:
Absam-Wiesenhof; Gnadenwald-St. Martin; Gutscher; St. Michael

Rinn cross-country trail

On the southern side of the Inn Valley, the cross-country trail from Rinn offers free cross-country skiing fun over a total of more than 22 trail kilometres.

Car parks and access points in Rinn:
Golflift car park, Judenstein car park

Hire of cross-country skiing equipment

Useful information about cross-country skiing