Trail Angels and the Alpe-Adria-Trail

18. Aug. 2022

© Franz Gerdl/Kärnten Werbung

The Trail Angels team has accompanied the successful Alpe-Adria-Trail project since its inception and has also been responsible for the operation of the Official Alpe-Adria-Trail Info and Booking Center in Carinthia since 2016. The operation of the booking center is based on a license use agreement granted by the product owner, Kärnten Werbung by way of an open tender for three years at a time.

After the successful bids of Trail Angels in 2017 and 2020, the specialists for sustainable tourism and bookable long-distance hiking trails again emerged this year as the best bidder for the contract period from 2023 – 2025. The basis for this was a detailed operating concept, which, in addition to the further development of services along the Alpe-Adria Trail, in particular shows new perspectives for hiking products with the smallest possible ecological footprint. In this way, the Trail Angels want to be prepared for the great challenges that climate change poses for an international hiking product such as the Alpe-Adria-Trail. And furthermore offer guests a sustainable as well as unforgettable hiking experience.

The Trail Angels would like to thank the Carinthian Tourist Board for the great trust placed in them and look forward to continuing the success story of the Alpe-Adria-Trail together with the many partners.

The Trail Angels Info & Booking Center in Obervellach: successfully in operation for the Alpe-Adria-Trail for seven years now ©Trail Angels


Günter Mussnig

The graduate geographer is one of the founders and managing directors of Trail Angels, which is responsible for the web platform. As a trekking & outdoor enthusiast, he is one of the fathers of the Alpe-Adria Trail and has been exploring the Nepalese Himalayas for more than 25 years.

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