If you want to go high, you have to walk. But the snowshoes make winter hiking easy - even for beginners.
The Haller Mauern - a small mountain range in the Styrian part of the Limestone Alps - is a quiet walk. Imposing are their rugged limestone walls, which form the north-western end of the Ennstal Alps. Here, you can find your personal winter peace as you walk and march along the mountains. The Gesäuse is said to give strength - at the foot of the mighty limestone peaks, where the Enns and Salza flow wild and untamed. Good to know: The Gesäuse is the only national park in Styria and also the largest natural park in the province.
In addition, at the snowshoe base camp you can expect to learn the nuts and bolts of snowshoe technique, the correct interpretation of the terrain and a lot of safety knowledge. After all, snowshoeing should also be learned.
Winter resort tip: The region's culinary destinations also give you strength: the traditional inn of Albert and Brigitte Kamper in Admont is rewarding after the tour through the Haller Mauern. Here, the whole family lends a hand and serves hearty home cooking with Asian influences, among other things. Our tip: Spring rolls from Styria.