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A castle in the northern part of the Gesäuse reminds us that, even in the 13th century, this area was already pretty happening. The Benedictine monks of Admont fled to this castle when the abbey was no longer a secure place for them to reside in times of war. Nowadays we come to the castle for far more pleasant reasons and occasions – either to enjoy the stunning view or to attend the prestigious festival held there.
If you want to see Buchstein Peak from all angles and enjoy many splendid views along the way, then the Buchstein Tour is for you. Three days mountain biking, traditional restaurants and inns for staying the night and many panoramic views are guaranteed. If you don’t want to organise the tour by yourself, save yourself some time and book the package that is put together by locals.
The mountain bike routes in the Gesäuse are amazing from start to finish and leave nothing to be desired. Among the classics we can find the Buchstein Mountain Bike Tour and the Hochscheiben Tour, as well as a tour of the mountain huts and the tour to Grabneralm Lodge. The essentials are: helmet, cycling outfit and a Gesäuse drinking bottle, of course!
Steep canyons, impressive rock formations and colourful vegetation – this is what the backdrop of the Salza River looks like, as the water noisily meanders through the natural landscape and the famous conglomerate ravine. The best way to get to know this emerald-green beauty is to get into a raft or kayak and learn how to use those paddles. Enjoy an exciting adventure on one of the last wild rivers in Europe.
Großreifling and its Silvanum. What exactly is that, you might ask? It’s an old granary, which was turned into the Austrian Forest Museum in 1979. There’s so much to learn about wood and its industry! At the end of the tour you can just sit down in the 3D cinema and be carried away into nature. Hungry already? Why not have a coffee and try ‘Brennsterz’, a traditional Austrian dish? Just like a real lumberjack!