Austria

Hochblaser
Austria, Europe, Places

Hochblaser

Hochblaser is a 1.771 metres high mountain in Styria, Austria. As it is located right next to Leopoldsteiner Lake one has a great view of the lake on the way up to the peak. The lake is named after the nearby Leopoldstein Castle. From the summit of Hochblaser one can […]

Snow, mountain, cabin
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Admonter Haus

The Admonter Haus is a mountain hut located at the Grabnertörl in Styria, Austria at an elevation of 1725 metres above sea level. From May to October, the hut is managed and hikers can sleep there and have some nice food. The Admonter Haus was built between 1894 and 1895 and […]

Grundlsee
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Trisselwand

Trisselwand, also known as Trisselberg or Trisselkogel, is a 1754 metres high mountain in the Totes Gebirge mountain range in Styria, Austria. Together with the Loser mountain, it is known as the local mountain of the municipality Bad Aussee. In its distinctive 600 metres high rock face a rockhouse called […]

Goessl Meadow
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Gössl

Gössl is a small village in the municipality of Grundlsee in Styria, Austria. Located between the lakes Grundlsee and Toplitzsee it is home to more or less 360 people. Some people maybe think of Gössl as a producer of the traditional Austrian costume. However, there is no connection between the […]

Fog Hallstatt Lake
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Hallstatt

Hallstatt is a small market town in the Salzkammergut region in the Austrian state of Upper Austria. Nestled between the Dachstein mountains on the one, and lake Hallstatt on the other side, it is allegedly Austria’s most photographed village. Its history dates back to 5000 BC as finds from that time […]

Traunsee
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Gmunden

Gmunden is a town located on the north shore of the lake Traunsee in Upper Austria, Austria. It has over 13.000 inhabitants and is mainly known for the green-white painted pottery called “Gmundner Keramik” and a castle named “Schloss Ort”. The latter was founded around 1080 by Hartnidus of Ort. […]