Hängebrücke auf dem Dachstein

Hängebrücke auf dem Dachstein

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Recommended by 141 out of 151 hikers


  • Kathi

    If you venture on the suspension bridge on the Dachstein, there is nothing under you - except 400 meters deep. An impressive mountain panorama in front of you ensures breathtaking moments. 100 meters long, the suspension bridge on the Dachstein spans the rocks of the Dachstein massif.

    If that was not enough of a thrill for you, then at the end of the bridge you can still climb the "stairway to nothing": 14 narrow steps lead you down to a glass podium at dizzying heights. Here you stand directly in the cliff 400 meters above the wall.

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    • August 16, 2017

  • joetobn

    Everyone with the thrill has to decide for themselves ... ;-)

    The view and the panorama are breathtaking. In addition, the way to the Ice Palace leads only over the suspension bridge ... :-)

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    • August 17, 2018

  • Christian

    Great view from up there and already a queasy feeling when crossing.

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    • April 18, 2019

  • Marco

    If you want to stay in a hotel in the region, you should make sure that it offers the Schladming summercard. With this card, the one-time use of the Dachstein mountain railway is free. Many cable cars in the area can be used free of charge.

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    • February 7, 2017

  • Rainer 🦋

    The Dachstein suspension bridge promises a thrill with a view, which, with the “stairs to nowhere”, provides breathtaking views deep and wide.
    Austria's highest suspension bridge with a connection to the Dachstein Ice Palace is an attraction that should not be missed. If you dare to climb the suspension bridge, you will find a depth of about 400 m under your feet. An impressive mountain panorama in front of you and the view of the rocks of the Dachstein mountain range below you ensure breathtaking moments.
    The inspection of the approximately 1 m wide and 100 m long bridge may turn out to be a little test of courage for some. But the 1.3 m high railing and steel ropes ensure absolute safety high in the air.
    The suspension bridge can withstand winds of up to 250 km / h, can carry loads of up to 750 kilograms per square meter of snow and has a gradient of 12 percent.
    When building this structure, 30,000 individual parts had to be assembled high in the air. A total of 63 tons of steel were used.
    At the other end of the suspension bridge, you have the opportunity to venture onto the “stairs into nowhere”, where you have the unique feeling of floating freely in the air and still being safe. Experience the Dachstein from its most beautiful and exciting side. After the high altitude adventure, you can also enjoy a visit to the Ice Palace.

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    • June 24, 2021

  • Raubach

    A bit of courage is already part of it, but nevertheless lazy everyone feasible 😊

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    • October 13, 2019

  • Raubach

    Always a little challenge 😊

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    • September 24, 2020

  • Christian

    A nice path so close to the rock face and then this stairs to nowhere.

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    • October 18, 2019


    A real highlight awaits you on the Dachstein - 14 narrow steps lead you down to a glass podium at dizzying heights. Who enters this staircase, is directly in the rock face 400m above the wall foot.The "stairway to nowhere" was completed in July 2013 and now connects directly to the suspension bridge. The weight of the stairs is 5 tons in total.58 mm thick steel cables, 63 tons of steel and concrete transported by snow grooming equipment were used to enable the suspension bridge and the "stairs to nowhere".If you dare to go to the "stairway to nowhere", your courage will finally be rewarded with an incredible all-round view of the surrounding mountain worlds. It can accommodate a maximum of 4

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    • October 27, 2019


    Pure thrill - the view is a MUST!

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    • August 10, 2020

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