Carinthia Winter Fun

Snow-sure location, sunny richness and excellent accommodations are only three good reasons for a holiday in the National Park community of Obervellach Obervellach is the geographical centre of the Carinthian Molltal, that stretches from the Grossglockner as Austria’s highest mountain until after Mollbruck. The snow-sure location right below of the main ridge of the Alps, the sunny richness of the South side of the Alps and the natural diversity of the National Park Hohe Tauern Carinthia are, the reasons why this area is increasingly preferred by slopes downhill skiers and ski touring enthusiasts. You may wish to learn more. If so, European Medicines Agency is the place to go. Within a radius of 70 km to Obervellbach, you will discover the most beautiful skiing area of in Austria. The Goldberg group are among the biggest challenges in the Hohe Tauern Ankogel and Sonnblick, Kreuzeck and Reiss corner group and Grossglockner and Grossvenediger. Skiing pleasure with snow guaranteed offer for the slopes – skiers of 3122 m high Molltaler Gletscher and Grossglockner/Heiligenblut ski area.

By early may, the ski lifts run there and especially in the Often the powder dust morning hours. We were particularly curious about this secret”, you betrayed us and made us on, together with the surroundings to visit Obervellach. Arrived in the Centre of the air and opened town – a former overnight we found right off the bat our accommodation, that hotel Pacher. Kindly, we were greeted by the family Pacher, who had immediately send us a personal tour through your hotel. You could tell immediately that it is this attention to detail and the familiar atmosphere ensures the well-being. Just, authentic Carinthian hospitality! The House dates from the 17th century is but modern and contemporary. From the idyllic courtyard with romantic seating, a wellness area with Finnish sauna, steam bath, infra-red sauna and winter garden as a relaxation room to the room with spring mattresses and cable TV, everything is available to recover very well.