In a winter wonderland

Your unforgettable winter holiday in Carinthia

When Frau Holle kisses the valley and it sinks beneath a mantle like white cotton wool, the area around Lake Weissensee, one of the most varied winter resorts in the Alps, awakens. This is the largest natural ice rink in central Europe, well-groomed cross-country trails, 40 kilometres of fantastic winter hiking trails and a family ski area, where there is something for everyone.

And at home, the sauna is heated, the fire is already crackling away in the tiled stove in the cosy farmhouse parlour. Now we can look forward to a hot mulled cider and a Brettljause, a traditional Carinthian plate of cold cuts. The others are also there. It is going to be a pleasant evening, there is so much to tell.

The new Weissensee PremiumCARD
One lake - one card
Infrastructure and mobility included:
The new Weissensee PremiumCARD starts with December 2020 and includes all main infrastructure offers as well as all public transport in the region and will create unforgettable holiday moments in summer as well as in winter.

Skiing included:
From 6 to 16 January 2021 all guests may use the Weissensee mountain cable railway, the cost of which is included in per night rate.

Read about the many services and amenities included in your holiday here.

Winter sports

Variety makes the difference

The diversity of winter in Weissensee – everything in one place. Ice skating, skiing, cross-country skiing, ski tours, snow-shoeing, tobogganing, winter hiking, carriage driving, ice diving, ice hockey, Bavarian curling, ice surfing, ice fishing, ice sailing – there is nothing that is not there.


Sauna and snow crystals

The day is coming to a close: after a day rich in exhilarating winter experiences, you can while the evening away in the sauna; enjoy the tingling chilling effect rolling in fresh powder snow before chilling out, with eyes closed, on a wellness lounger. Relaxation in its purest form.


We heat sustainably

Hot water from the solar energy system, heat from the biomass heating with wood from our forest and now also power from our new photovoltaic system.