Adventure-packed out and about in Schladming-Dachstein
Adventure, culture and events in abundance
The Schladming-Dachstein holiday region is a natural paradise with numerous possibilities.
Discover the beauty and uniqueness of the Ennstal mountains at any time of year - whether in summer or winter. As your hosts, it is a matter close to our hearts to give you an unforgettable promise: In the enchanting Schladming-Dachstein region, a varied holiday full of adventure and incomparable discoveries awaits you, taking you far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Enjoy unspoilt nature as your constant companion as you create unforgettable memories and explore new horizons.
Welcome to a world where nature is always your starting point for unforgettable experiences.
Discover the wealth of possibilities with the Schladming-Dachstein Sommercard
During your stay, you can enjoy the full range of the Schladming-Dachstein Sommercard (from mid-May to the end of October) - from the day you arrive (from 1.00 pm) to the day you leave. From just one overnight stay you get access to numerous fascinating attractions, but only from a stay of at least two nights will you be able to enjoy the spectacular experience of travelling up to the majestic Dachstein glacier by gondola.
A treasure chest in cheque card format - with discounted or free attractions
In the Schladming-Dachstein Region there is no room for boredom, as we offer activities for every taste: hire a bike directly from Hotel Höflehner and explore the surrounding area, take to the skies with rafting and paragliding, explore the deep mine tunnels, play a round of tennis or golf on our first-class courses, show off your archery skills or experience the thrill of our summer toboggan runs.
With the Sommercard, your stay in the Schladming-Dachstein Region will be an unforgettable experience full of adventure, fun and countless memories. We look forward to offering you this unique opportunity to enjoy your time with us to the full and discover the beauty of our holiday region in all its facets.
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