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The Dachstein is the Alps' first glacier seen from the east, and it is one of Styria's five most visited destinations. Even the ascent in the Dachstein gondola is an impressive adventure. Without lift pillar, it brings its passengers on a level of 2700 m, conquering about 1000 metres of difference in altitude in only eight minutes, passing sheer rock walls.
The subject of many famous painters and poets. The Gasteiner Ache drops a total of 341 m in 3 levels. The atomization of negatively ionized air has a positive and pleasant effect on general well-being. Sources of the Gasteiner Ache are the Anlaufbach and the Naßfelder Ache in the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park. The stone waterfall bridge was built in 1840 and improved in 1927.
The waterfall path leads along the waterfall to Badbruck. The path is cleared in winter!
A place of reflection and a treasure of art history. The so-called Church of our Lady was built between 1498 and 1507. Its luxurious centerpiece, the Baroque altar which was the magnum opus of the painter Josef Andrä Eisl and sculptor Paul Mödlhammer, made its mark in history.
The 140 m long suspension footbridge on the Stubnerkogel in Bad Gastein has broken two records: it is the first such bridge at an elevation of 2,300 m, and it is accessible year-round.
An excursion to the summit of the Stubnerkogel is definitely worthwhile: enthroned over the 140 m long suspension bridge which swings gently in the wind is the new, attractive viewing platform with the distinctive name “Glocknerblick”. The diameter of the round viewing plateau is 7 m. It is made mainly out of steel and wood. The platform is secured on the sides by wire mesh through which you can still enjoy the view. Glass in the floor at the front, which juts out over the mountainside, allows an unhindered view of the depths below.