After the village you run through the snow-covered winter landscape over meadows and through forests. The small waterfall by the dam is also nice to look at in winter. After a short climb you come to the nature reserve at Jägersee. Here you take off your cross-country skis and walk a few meters to the end of the parking space. There is not much left to say: the partly frozen mountain lake with the swans, the trees that line it and the white mountains - just enjoy nature here.
Rest StopGasthof Jägersee
Safety informationRules of conduct for cross-country skiers
- Consideration of the others - Every cross-country skier must behave in such a way that they do not endanger or harm anyone else.
- Signals, direction of walking and running technique - markings and signals (signs) must be observed. Cross-country trails and slopes must be run in the specified direction and technique.
- Choice of track and slope - Double and multiple tracks must be used in the right-hand lane. Cross-country skiers in groups must run one behind the other in the right lane. In free running technique, you must run on the right on the piste.
- Overtaking - Overtaking is allowed on the right or left. The front runner does not need to swerve. However, he should avoid it if he can safely.
- Oncoming traffic - Everyone has to move to the right when they meet. The downhill cross-country skier has priority.
- Stick guidance - When overtaking, being overtaken and in encounters, the sticks must be kept close to the body.
- Adapt to traffic density and visibility - Everyone must keep a sufficient safety distance to the front runner. If necessary, everyone has to drop to prevent a collision.
- Keeping the trails and slopes clear - if you stop, you step out of the trail/ lope. A cross-country skier who has fallen must clear the trail/slope as quickly as possible.
- Assistance - Everyone is obliged to provide assistance in the event of an accident.
- Identification requirement - Everyone, whether witness or involved, whether responsible or not, must provide their personal details in the event of an accident.
Tips, hints and linksHere you will find all information about cross-country skiing in Wagrain-Kleinarl.
Getting thereComing from Wagrain approx. 6 km in the direction to Kleinarl at the entrance to Kleinarl is a free parking space for cross-country skiers.
ParkingFree parking space for cross-country skiers at the entrance to Kleinarl.
Author’s map recommendations
- Skating or classic skis
- Cross-country bindings
- Cross-country sticks
- Cross-country skiing boots
- Comfortable clothing for running
- If necessary a water bottle