An enchanting way to slow down
Winter in Werfenweng

Magical winter moments

A magnificent mountain backdrop, the white glittering landscape and in the middle a charming place that combines all the advantages of the cold season. In Werfenweng you can enjoy your holidays to the fullest. Cross-country skiing, skiing, winter hiking or with a hot chocolate in front of the crackling open fire. With family, friends or as a romantic couple.

Skiing and snowboarding

29 varied kilometres of slopes, modern lifts, breathtaking views: The Werfenweng ski area delights families, beginners and professional winter sports enthusiasts alike.

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Cross-country skiing

Whether along the valley floor to the idyllic end of the Wengerau or to the paragliding landing site in the Zaglau: the perfectly groomed network of cross-country ski runs captivates both skaters and classic skiers.

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Winter hiking

Step by step you trudge through the crunching snow. The clear winter air blows around your ears while you feel the warm rays of the sun on your cheeks. 12 kilometres of pure winter hiking pleasure await you in the walking heaven of Werfenweng.

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Tobogganing

It does exist, the one winter pastime that delights adults as much as children: tobogganing is simply part of a wonderful winter holiday in Werfenweng.

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Paragliding

No question about it: paragliding is a very special experience at any time of the year. So it’s all the nicer that in Werfenweng you can also unpack your paraglider and fly freely in winter – when the Bischofsmütze and Hochkönig are glittering in competition.

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Horse-drawn sleigh rides

Two horses, two runners, lots of winter magic: the special winter experience is not only to be found at the top of the mountain, but can also be found unexpectedly in the middle of the magical winter forests or along white glistening fields.

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There are many different sides to a winter in Werfenweng…

…most of them are white and wonderfully glittery.

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