Information about the skiing areas, cross country tracks, sleding tracks, winter hiking trails and ice skating rinks.
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Defereggen valley is renowned for being among the least populated areas in the Austrian Alps. Jamborees and the next party metropolis is certainly not something you’ll find in Defereggen valley in the winter. All the better, since in winter and with Mother Hulda, who has good things in store for Defereggen valley year after year, there is more space to spread out. And there is more space for you to enjoy the winter, its very essence and at its loveliest; with a great deal of snow, superb mountain scenery and in peace and quiet. In St. Jakob ski centre you will find everything that your skiing heart craves and one thing you certainly won’t miss – all the hustle and bustles and long queues. In Defereggen valley the clocks tick a bit differently and this ski area is a genuine insider tip.
Two factors are tuned up here and complement one another brilliantly – the scenery and the absolute snow-assuredness, which means skiing in Defereggen valley is more than excellent. You can also head out on various fantastic ski tours; cross-country skiing is a hot topic, despite the cool temperatures, and you should also give tobogganing a go. Snow-shoe hiking is wonderful here, quite unlike anywhere else and ice-skating is also an option in Defereggen valley. So you see, Defereggen valley has a wide and varied medley of opportunities in the winter. Nowhere else can you get closer to winter than you can in Defereggen valley.
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