Mountain adventures in the Southern Alps – Hiking in Nassfeld-Pressegger See
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Rugged rock faces, green alpine meadows, turquoise mountain lakes - in the Carnic and Gailtal Alps as well as along Lake Pressegger you will experience dreamlike panoramic hikes with a view. In this collection we have put together ten impressive and varied tours through the idyllic Nassfelder mountain landscape - from short family walks to challenging long-distance hiking trails. All hikes have one thing in common: they give you an insight into the beautiful landscape on the border between Austria and Italy.
Enjoy the literally boundless beauty and diversity of Nassfeld-Pressegger See - from sunrise at over 2,000 metres above sea level to the relaxing end of the day at the mountain lake.
Get recommendations on the best single tracks, peaks, & plenty of other exciting outdoor places.
Explore the secret of a unique and diverse landscape on this nearly five-kilometer circular tour. Silent moors, gentle hills and rugged mountain peaks characterize the landscape around Lake Zollner. The geotrail will take you past so-called stones, explain the origin of the moors, give you an insight into the last ice age 20,000 years ago and lead you to plant and animal fossils.
On this hike you not only enjoy the wonderful shores around Lake Pressegger, but also see the majestic mountains of the Gailtal and Carnic Alps that frame the lake on your way around the lake. You walk on narrow paths through the dense belt of reeds. With a little luck and a lot of rest, you will see a great crested grebe between the tall stalks. Its gray plumage shimmers in the sun.