The Eastern Styria offers appropriate activities for all guests, also off the slopes. Have yourself chauffeured through the white forests in a horse-drawn carriage or head for the summit on snowshoes under the full moon. Slow down on walks in the fresh air or relax in the warm water of the wellness facilities.
The numerous destinations, activities and accommodations provide for an unbeatable winter holiday that you and especially your children will remember fondly. Browse through our vacation offers right now!
Tobogganing is fun for the whole family – and a great experience for groups. Children enjoy the magic carpets in particular, and easy to use climbing aids make the “work” easier for mums and dads, ensuring more runs down the slopes. Considerably longer natural tobogganing runs are offered for groups seeking an experience, perhaps followed by a shared meal or party.
Forests deeply covered in snow, powder and a dreamlike winter panorama create unforgettable impressions on uphill or downhill ski tours. Beginners in particular find easy ski tour routes in the Eastern Styria.
If you are looking for a challenge on the cliffs during the winter months, ice climbing is just the thing for you. A hot tip for exciting ice climbing for beginners and experts is the Tiefenbachgraben in Breitenau am Hochlantsch. Here the 23-metre high ice waterfall “Alice” awaits you. There is an additional 18 m tall ice column for learning the basic techniques, and bouldering is offered.
The landscape in Austria’s garden is a unique place on earth, with a natural beauty that accounts for the region’s charm. As a romantic interlude for a couple or with the whole family, a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow covered landscape is a winter fairy tale come true!
Large lakes and ice rinks along with small, idyllic skating rinks in historic old towns invite guests to go ice skating. Penguin, panda or polar bear? Numerous ice skating learning aids are provided for beginners. Just pack your skates or rent them on site, and head onto the ice.
Curling is among the Eastern Styria’s most traditional winter sports. People have been gathering on natural ice rinks in the winter for decades to try their hand at curling. Naturally, hot tea or mulled wine is always available.