Multi-stage hikes in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region
Going on a multi-stage hike is the perfect opportunity to become one with nature and enjoy being in the mountains to the fullest. You’d agree? Then the World of Mountains & Lakes should be your destination of choice. Which are the most beautiful routes for multi-stage hikes? What’s there to keep in mind when going on a multi-day tour, and which equipment should you bring? That’s what you’ll find out now.
Multi-stage hikes: route tips
The Carnic Peace Trail with its Carnic Milky Way is the highlight of the Hike World for all fans of multi-stage tours. It leads you through the Carnic Alps GeoPark along the Austrian-Italian border and takes you from one moment of surprise to the next. Alternatively, its “little brother” – the Gailtal Valley High Route – is well worth visiting too. And if you like, you’ll be accompanied by an experienced local guide on your multi-day tour through the Nassfeld-Pressegger See adventure region.
Tip: organised multi-day tours along the Carnic Milky Way. Book yours online right away!
Long-distance hikers visiting the Hike World
- … offers cross-border mountain experiences from Austria to Italy and back.
- … lets hikers experience Alpine pasture history on the Carnic Milky Way.
- … invites hikers to take relaxing breaks along the way – thanks to a total of 46 mountain huts.
- … lets you enjoy the stunning mountain scenery during sunrise and sunset.
Tips & tricks for your multi-stage hike
Multi-day tours require special equipment – after all, you’ll be on the trail for several hours and spending the night somewhere else. That’s why you should pack the following:
- comfortable clothing including slippers/shoes to wear at the hut
- a towel, a facecloth and laundry detergent
- a headlamp for when you need to use the bathroom at night
- if needed: the medications you regularly have to take
- cash and an ID – especially for cross-border tours
Important as well: Booking a room or sleeping place at a hut in advance!
We also recommend the following for every mountain tour:
- functional clothing that can be layered
- well-fitting hiking shoes (that go above your ankles)
- telescopic trekking poles
- a first-aid kit
- a mobile phone including charger (in which you save the number of the mountain rescue – 140)
- enough snacks and water