Hauser Kaibling in Haus Aich Gössenberg | © TVB Haus-Aich-Gössenberg-René Eduard Perhab
Hauser Kaibling in Haus Aich Gössenberg | © TVB Haus-Aich-Gössenberg-René Eduard Perhab

Schladming-Dachstein

Haus-Aich-Gössenberg

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Haus-Aich-Gössenberg

Flower-bedecked, traditional farmhouses where variety comes as standard. A holiday in harmony with nature becomes a reality and guests are extended a very warm welcome from the hosts. Hauser Kaibling is the starting point for many exciting hikes. Highlights include Steirische Bodensee Lake and the Dachstein-Tauern Golf & Country Club.

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Haus im Ennstal is Europe's most beautiful village!

Haus had the highest possible Gold award bestowed upon it by an international jury in the Entente Florale Europe, a European competition judging floral decoration and quality of life. Alongside the community of Aich, there is an unrivalled wealth of culture, sport and entertainment on offer. The Aich Recreational Lake and Haus outdoor adventure pool are guaranteed to be refreshing options on a hot day.

The Dachstein-Tauern Golf Course, cycle paths and mountain biking trails, Kneipp facility and tennis or pit-pat (tabletop mini golf) facilities are additional summer highlights in Haus-Aich-Gössenberg. With pony riding and entertaining children's events even the little ones feel at home. Trips to the nearby side valleys, Seewigtal Valley (Steirische Bodensee Lake) or Gumpental Valley are recommended. Hauser Kaibling is a traditional starting point for exciting hikes. Special highlight at Hauser Kaibling: a herd of approx. 800 sheep provide some ecologically sound "slope maintenance"!

Steirischer Bodensee | © TVB Haus-Aich-Gössenberg-René Eduard Perhab

Contact & location

Tourismusverband Haus-Aich-Gössenberg


Schloßplatz 47
8967 Haus im Ennstal