Skiløb i Großarldalen
Skisportsdestinationerne Großarl og Dorfgastein midt i det smukke bjerglandskab i nationalparken Hohe Tauern, lokker med perfekt præparerede pister, komfortable lifter og idyllisk natur.
Vær den første på pisten en tidlig morgen på 'Skikeriki' (morgenskiløb), hyggelig after ski, guidede vandreture med snesko, tourski og skønne præparerede pister og vintervandrestier. Se de direkte webcambilleder fra Grossarltal.
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Atelier AsteiDorfstraße 1, 5611 Großarl
Dorfgastein Parish ChurchDorfstraße 33, 5632 Dorfgastein telefon +43 6433 7202 Detaljer
The church with its characteristic, crooked steeple and the Gothic architecture is among the oldest historic buildings in the valley. The tower, with rounded arch and acoustic windows in the upper story, had to be reinforced with a retaining wall in 1616, because it was already beginning to lean severely towards the northwest. We unfortunately do not know who the architect was.
The high altar inside the church has been remodeled several times. The jewel of the parish church is the late Gothic Madonna, created in 1460. It shows the Virgin Mary with child on a crescent moon. In 2001 parts of the church were renovated.
A special kind of natural landmark. The strange rock formations and the wonderful stalactite and sinter deposits will make this visit an exceptional experience. The cave’s name "Entrische Kirche" (eerie cave) was first mentioned in records in 1428. In the 16th and 18th centuries, the cave served the Lutherans coming to Gastein valley as a secret meeting place. On the occasion of the 500 yr. celebration of Martin Luther, a Protestant memorial in the cave in the “bat dome” was consecrated in 1983 in an ecumenical service. It is unique in its own way and every year in September serves as an atmospheric place for an ecumenical church service.
The cave is also a "place of power". Many visitors can feel the positive earth energies.
At the entrance of the Gastein valley 60 m over the access road on the Klammstein is Klammstein castle, probably the area’s oldest, historical building. The earliest settlement of the valley began here. Many famous lineages expanded this castle for the protection of the valley and its residents. Until the 16th century, the headquarters of mining and jurisdiction were found here.
In the following centuries, the no longer used castle became dilapidated. In 1972, the main tower of Klammstein castle was renovated and today houses a museum, which you can visit.
winter season: Friday - Sunday 11:00 - 18:00