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The Border Triangle Region in the Weinviertel

Remain fit & active during the cold season of the year When frost and snow are covering the country, you needn't worry as a guest to the border triangle region of the Weinviertel: we offer a lot of possibilities for you to warm up. Once the first snow flakes fall, the region turns into a peaceful, quiet landscape. Snow-covered vineyards, fields and trees invite you for strolls in the fresh winter air. Choose to remain active in the crystal clear air outside - well spent energy means mental and physical health for both body & soul. The pond in the Bernhardsthal with its ice surface invites you to dare ice-skating.
Those who prefer something less adventurous should try the cross-country skiing slopes in Herrnbaumgarten. In case of enough snow, you can find well-prepared runs in and around the funny little village.
The harmony of this winter landscape can also be enjoyed during a peaceful winter walk. The well-marked hiking network of the "Unlimited Hiking Swing" offers you a lot of possibilities for several tours through the winter scenery. Discover the Nordic Walking path in Falkenstein during winter!
If cold wind turns the snow into bizarre, yet beautiful formations, local inns and Heurigens are waiting to welcome you with their delicacies in order to warm up. You are utmost welcome everyhwere you turn.

9 Hotels/Lodgings in The Border Triangle Region in the Weinviertel

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Weinviertler Dreiländereck
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Weinviertler  Dreilaendereck Lower Austria