Located in the District of Spittal an der Drau, Upper Carinthia, Austria, Innerkrems – Kremsbrücke (Krems in Kärnten) is a large resort with plenty to offer skiers and snowboarders. With over 36 kilometres of slopes between elevations of 1,550 and 2,200 metres, ensuring there is a perfect variety of terrain for all abilities to take advantage of.
The slopes can be divided by skill levels, but lean heavily towards the more intermediate level, with 7 kilometres of easy slopes, 27 kilometres of intermediate slopes and 2 kilometres of expert slopes available. The weighting towards intermediate means there are plenty of opportunities for skiers and snowboarders who are looking to explore, in addition to this there is a further 25 kilometres of marked ski routes.
The fun doesn't stop at the slopes as this fantastic resort offers snow and fun parks, the freeride-arena "Blutige Alm" and if you want to experience something more than just skiing then there is an abundance of alternative activities including snow shoe hiking, toboggan racing and 15 kilometers of cross-country skiing slopes. Innerkrems – Kremsbrücke often holds a special adventure night which is a popular event with guests and includes night skifoxing, bobbahn racing and fireworks displays. This resort really is an ideal destination for a winter sports holiday.
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