The Turracher Höhe – variety between mountains & lakes at 1,763 m/5,784 ft above sea level
Located at a high plateau with three mountain lakes (Turracher See, Grünsee and Schwarzsee), the village of Turracher Höhe is home to Austria’s largest continuous stone pine forest and framed by the gently rolling, yet impressive peaks of the Nockberge mountains. The idyllic natural jewel on the border between the provinces of Carinthia and Styria at 1,763 metres above sea level is a little Alpine world in itself with exceptional assets and amazing scenery that appeal to all kinds of visitors, from mountain enthusiasts and nature lovers to those seeking an active break or simply a chance to relax.
Turracher Höhe winter enjoyment at 1,763 mt/5,784 ft above sea level ...
Between November and early May, Turracher Höhe offers a varied winter paradise of slopes with reliable snow coverage, idyllic cross-country skiing trails, winter hiking routes and a mountain lake which turns into a skating rink in winter. The ski resort delights skiers, snowboarders, cross-country skiers, winter and snowshoe hikers, walkers, ski tourers, skaters and night-time tobogganists alike.
Accommodation options ranging from top-rated hotels to self-catering huts
Let your holiday dreams come true and choose from a wide range of selected alpine huts or exclusive hotels. Whether you prefer a quaint self-catering hut or a comfortable holiday apartment, a welcoming B&B or a room in one of Turracherhöhe’s top hotels, you are sure to find the accommodation best suited for you.