Experience Hauser Kaibling in summer
Walking paths in Styria
Tours in the Ennstal valley
Reach the mountain top by gondola or by car
Not every mountain needs to be hiked. Some you can conquer by gondola or by car, and a few of them have just a short walk from the top of the gondola or the car park to reach the summit. If you don’t have the time or inclination for a long hike, this is the perfect solution.
Family walks (easy)
The family walks in Styria’s Schladming-Dachstein region take you to ruggedly picturesque gorges and mountain lakes, to cultural sites and along nature trails. Look forward to an adventurous walk with your family.
Intermediate walks in Schladming-Dachstein are a treasure trove of alpine pastures, upland moors, mountain lakes, waterfalls, and cosy mountain huts.
Alpine walks and tours
If you’re in good shape and physically fit, take on a hiking challenge. Experience steep rock faces, high mountain tops, prehistoric rock carvings, narrow paths, and gorgeous views of the Styrian mountains.
Spring and water walks
These walks take you to the most beautiful waters of the Styrian mountains: gorges, upland moors, mountain torrents and lakes. National Geographic named the adventurous Wild Waters themed nature trail as the best hiking trail in the world.
The themed trails of Schladming-Dachstein bring together culinary art, history, and mysticism. There are special trails geared towards children, such as the Schafsinn loop trail on Hauser Kaibling. Meet the shepherd who lives for the summer with his flock of about 800 sheep and lambs, assisted by his Border Collie sheep dog. On the circular walk, children can learn all about sheep farming in the mountains.
But there’s something for everyone. Families will enjoy the is the easy part of the Schafsinn circular trail, which is even suitable for prams and pushchairs. Advanced walkers might like to take on the intermediate route.
Get to know the Schladming-Dachstein region’s walks. Visit us on Hauser Kaibling in Haus im Ennstal.