The Lavanttal Valley in the east of Carinthia is especially attractive. The alpine pastures turn into bright red carpets when the alpine roses blossom and the fragrance of thousands of fruit trees invite to stop and stay a while.
Nestling between Koralpe and Saualpe, the Lavanttal Valley is the starting point for mountain tours and circular hiking routes on more than 1.000 km of signposted and family-friendly hiking trails. Cider hiking trails, mineral spring hiking trails, hut hiking tours, Geo Trail and much more can be hiked.
The landscape, the people and the festivals create a lifestyle where hospitality is a tradition. Wolfsberg is the district town of the Lavanttal Valley and is known for its historic old town. Numerous parish fairs and festivals are staged here in summer.
You can explore the "Cyclable Lavanttal Valley" on signposted bike routes and cycle tracks. Are you looking for more action? Then is the summer toboggan run or the adventure climbing garden at the Klippitztörl the right place for you. Suspension bridges, rope slides, vie ferrate - in short, fun and thrills for adventurers of all ages.
A winter experience for the entire family promise the Lavanttal Valley ski resorts Koralpe, Klippitztörl and Weinebene in over 2.000 metres above sea level. The around 80 km of well-groomed pistes make the Lavanttal Valley as small but very beautiful winter sports area. Pure nature is on the agenda away from the pistes. Snowshoe hiking tours and pretty much avalanche-safe slopes for ski tourers ensure a diverse holiday programme with activities like tobogganing, ice skating or ice stock curling.