Mostviertel planned a hike.
June 8, 2017
This relaxed route leads you through an alpine area. Between the lush green meadows hides a crystal clear mountain lake and a small, enchanted bog. At both you should definitely rest and absorb the tranquility of this ecstatic mountain world in you.
This tour guarantees a great fun with children! From the adventure world Mendlingtal leads a narrow path along the old Trift in Mendlingbach, on the way several hidden gems lie. Mills, blacksmiths, drift lakes, narrow gorges, ancient Klausen, a roaring spring and a down-to-earth inn at the end of the gorge are waiting for you!
Extensive pastures and lush five restaurants invite you on this popular panorama trail to unwind. Here you can tackle it for a change really slow and relaxed, because you are looking for vain mountains and narrow trails here in vain. But the tour is perfectly managed and offers fantastic views in all… read more
This hike will be remembered for the grandiose view. The path runs along relatively barren alpine meadows, which open the view to Schneeberg, Gesäuse and Wachau. On the way, the house in Annaberg awaits tired hikers and provides you with the best pastries and all sorts of regional delicacies.
This tour is especially for culture lovers. On the way you will find several old chapels and churches as well as historic hiking trails such as the St. Joseph's Chapel with its vicarage or the Sebastianikirche. You also wander through an idyllic, lush green hilly landscape. At the end of the tour Mariazell… read more
Careful, this tour can be a treat! It leads past three beautiful lakes, each of which has its own character. The Lunzer lake is clear and deep and therefore invites everyone in the summer to frolic in its cool waters. From there, the path leads past the Mittersee, which lies quite still in the valley… read more
May 26, 2017
High up, from the observation tower Hochbärneck, opens up before you a gigantic panorama - especially on the opposite Ötscher. From the vantage point, it then goes steeply downhill, over a narrow, overcut forest road that leads to the Erlaufboden. Once down there, you can recover your tired feet and… read more
If this tour is too hard for you for a day, you can easily divide it into two stages. You then spend the night in the Ybbstaler hut, where there is enough space for hikers and mountaineers.
The path leads you past huge collapse holes in limestone, crooked cave systems and species-rich alpine meadows… read more
The starting point of the tour, the Terzerhaus, is directly accessible by lift. From there, a small path leads downhill over lush meadows until you reach the Vorderötscher refuge, where you can fortify yourself a bit with the best regional cuisine.
Shortly after the shelter, after a steep descent, is… read more
The summit of the Gippel is a good 1000 meters uphill, so the climb is so pretty crisp. First, the tour leads over the driveway and winds its way through a dense forest, until it suddenly becomes light at the Gippeltürl. From there, the path leads you over a ridge to the Gippel itself, from where you… read more