Snowshoeing in Austria - 2 days - First Time - Group
Snowshoeing weekend in the Rax (Northern Limestone Alps) to the Höllentalaussicht in Austria
Snowshoeing in Austria - 1 day - All Levels - Private
Snowshoeing day at the Nauders Ski Resort
Snowshoeing in Austria - 2 days - All Levels - Private
Snowshoeing in Gerlosstein with overnight in a mountain hut, Zillertal (2 days)
Snowshoeing is one of the best ways to experience first-hand the life-changing setting of the Alps. From the quaint mountain villages that define the region to the frosty peaks surrounding every step in the snow, you can see the winter wonderland that descends on this iconic country. Cloud-walking above Innsbruck is a once-in-a-lifetime Austrian expedition, as is the snowy serenity of Arlberg. No matter where you go, you will be blown away by the sheer force of nature's hold on Austria.
Best Time to Visit
December through March are the best months to visit, but you may be able to squeeze a trip into either November or April as well
An Alpine climate dominates Austria, with cold and severe winter and weather. Summers are cool to warm, with some storms. Winter weather can also be fairly unpredictable at higher altitudes
How to Get There
Flying into Vienna is always an option, as it connects both to major European cities like London, Paris, and Moscow, but also New York and Cairo. Vienna is a major stop on Eurail and other train services, which also connects Innsbruck in Tyrol and other regions in the country
Austria has a deep history in winter sports and athletics that reaches across many disciplines of activities. Snowshoeing has become one of the easiest and compelling ways to experience the stunning countryside of this European country. Carinthia in the south is home to the Lesachtal and a plethora of peaks with fantastic views. Towards Salzburg and the northern border with Germany, you will find the Lungau with a vast network of trails to explore – more than 115 kilometers on 15 routes! The western reaches of the country have some of the most iconic places to discover in Austria, and the local communities cater to snowshoeing. Regions like Tyrol and Vararlberg have in-depth programs of every shape and size to serve everyone interested in a snowshoe tour during winter
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