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Cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing in Gerlos

Freshly groomed cross-country trails surrounded by the Zillertal and Kitzbühel Alps invite you to enjoy wonderful cross-country skiing in Gerlos. The pulse of every winter sports enthusiasts will race faster with excitement while gliding along the deep snow-covered side valleys of Gerlos. A fantastic insider's tip is the Schönachtal. Enjoy freshly prepared trails with guaranteed snow from the beginning of December to Easter. 


Cross-country skiing info

Cross-country ski school

Michi's Skischule
Gerlos 208
Tel.: +43 5284 5630 or +43 664 18 26 755
Fax: +43 5284 5631
E-mail: michi@michis-schischule.com
Web: www.michis-schischule.com

Cross-country ski rental

Sport Huber
Hausnummer 172
6281 Gerlos
Tel.: +43 5284 5221
E-mail: sport-huber@aon.at
Web: www.wintersport.tv

Sport Egger
Hausnummer 206
6281 Gerlos
Tel.: +43 5284 5236
E-mail: eggersport@gmx.at
Web: www.sport-egger.at 

Sport 2000 Engelbert
Hausnummer 174
6281 Gerlos 174
Tel.: +43 5284 5260
E-mail: verleih-gerlos@sport2000engelbert.at
Web: www.sport2000engelbert.at

Cross-country trail overview

Innertal - Funsingau Trail - L1

You can access the trail right past Hotel Oberwirt, and it runs in the direction of the Inntal. At the Isskogel lift, an underpass leads below the main road. The trail leads along the Gerlosbach past the power station into the Funsingau. For a somewhat longer cross-country ski tour, turn left at the Innertalhof, cross over a wooden bridge, and switch to the Schönachtal trail.

Schönachtal Trail - L2

Starting across from Hotel Oberwirt on the other side of the stream, the trail leads in the direction of the Schönachtal. It leads for ca. 2 km to the co-called "Hintern". From here, a cleared winter hiking path leads down into the valley. Left past the wooden bridge, you can head back to Gerlos. Shortly before reaching the main road, turn left and you will return to the starting point. 

Lackenalm Trail - L3

Parking is available in the so-called "Hintern", and then a cleared winter hiking path leads into the Schönachtal. The valley spreads out here, and the trail leads past the Stinkmoosalm. The Stinkmoos trail runs through and around the Stinkmoosalm and is slightly hilly. If you cross the embankment, a trail leads for around 2 km along the right side of the Schönachbach to the Lackenalm snack station.


Interactive trail map