In the holiday region of Schladming-Dachstein, there are countless excursion possibilities - especially in nature, but also those that can be visited on bad weather days.
Enjoy the hustle and bustle of downtown Schladming with its many shops, cafes and restaurants. The town museum provides interesting insights into the development of the former mining town Schladming to the host of the Alpine Ski World Championships (1982 and 2013).
The town rights of Schladming were first chronicled back in the year 1322. It looks back on a once rich mining tradition, primarily silver, copper and lead. Today, those mines have long since shut down. But instead, you can find many places where you can explore its fascinating history.
Crystal-clear and natural - that's how you can describe the water's charakter of the theme trail "Wild Waters²" in Untertal and Obertal best. Starting from different points, the "valleys of the water" can be traversed in all degrees of difficulty. Clear mountain lakes, quiet brooks or thunderous waterfalls - every nature lover is able to find something special here!
More highlights at the theme trail are i.e. the Alpine Trail "durch die Höll", the Mill Tour, the Talbachklamm Tour, the Klafferkessel Tour, the "Miners Trail" or the
The Dachstein - Tauern Golf- & Countryclub in Haus im Ennstal is in direction Graz only a few kilometers away from Schladming. A beautiful area with panoramic view to the Dachstein massift.
The Golfclub Radstadt has 18 holes and is located in direction to Salzburg.
Elegance and exclusivity at a high level, combined with the natural idyll of the surroundings, describe the 18-hole Golf- & Countryclub Schloss Pichlarn best.
Dachstein Glacier has fascinated people since early history. Reason enough, then, to build an equally compelling viewing platform protruding out over the abyss, featuring a glass floor.
With your Sommercard, you can go up the Dachstein Glacier once a week (from 2 nights). There, you can visit the Sky Walk, the "Stairs into Nothingness" or the Ice Palace with its yearly changing sculptures. The walk over the suspension bridge or a hike on the theme trail to the Gjaidstein is also highly recommended.
Change your perspective completely and enjoy nature from up high!
As you glide down the 2.5 km long zipline towards the valley below, you will reach speeds of as much as 115 km/h and drop a total of 700 vertical meters. A shuttle bus provides transportation to the top of the zipline at roughly 1,500 m above sea level.
Be amazed by the largest ice cave in the world!
Inside this cave system in Werfen, the average temperature remains at around 0°C, even during the summer months - so be sure to dress warm! Sturdy shoes are also an advantage.
To reach the cave, you will ride the cable car up.
An adventure for young and old! Forest Park, Ramsau Beach, Archery, Segways, Rittisberg Golf, Summer toboggan run "Rittisberg Coaster", Barefoot Trail and much more!
At Hochwurzen, kids and adults experience an adrenalin-filled downhill ride with Mountain-GoKarts! 7 kilometers GoKart-Fun on a varied, exciting trail!
Rain or sunshine, this city is always worth a visit. Numerous sights and museums invite you to spend a day there with your kids. Be that at the zoo or the Haus der Natur, at the house where Mozart was born or in the cathedral.
The opportunities are many and varied!