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Length: approx. 2.5 km forest road from Ardning Alm Hut down to village Ardning
Vertical Descent: approx. 100 m
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Ardning Alm 50, Ardning ATTel: (0043) 3612 30709 E-Mail: email@example.com Website: http://www.ardningalm.at
The Ardning Alm Lodge is a place to unwind, plan your next hike or simply to rest, with Karin and Karl always on hand to indulge their guests with delicious meals and drinks. Numerous hiking tours in the area are sure to make any mountaineer’s heart beat faster. During the winter season it’s the ski tourers who are the ones rubbing their (gloved) hands together with glee when they hear the lodge’s name as the location is accessible by car and even offers a parking lot.
Ardning is home to one of the largest and last remaining moors in Austria. That is why this habitat is strictly protected, but it is still open to the public. Thirteen stations are waiting to be discovered by the visitor. In order to do so you should bring along two hours of your time. On the trail you will come across the Ennssteg Bridge, the 'Berry Garden' and the 'Moor Tower'. The latter offers a great view of the wetlands.
Not only does Admont Abbey house the largest monastic library in the world but the room is also regarded as the eighth wonder of the world. So, if you visit Admont, under no circumstances should you miss this highlight of Baroque architecture. It’s hard to believe your eyes when you are faced with a staggering 70,000 books, frescoes by Bartolomeo Altomonte and the well-known limewood carvings 'Four Last Things' by sculptor Josef Stammel. Painted in gold and white, the library exudes a unique and majestic air.
Klinkehütte Lodge has a lot to offer: a large hiking trail network in the surrounding area, a parking lot directly at the lodge, comfy beds and hearty meals. All of this makes it a perfect starting point for your family excursion or climbing trip. With the Kaiserau and Mödlingerhütte Lodge nearby there’s almost no excuse for not visiting this lodge, which is heaped in tradition and charm.
They say that the eighth wonder of the world can be found in Admont. We are talking about the monastic library, which will indeed make you fell tiny. Surrounding it is a lively Benedictine monastery where both faith and culture are lived every day. The latter in particular in the form of several museums – the Museum of Fine Arts, Natural History Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art leave nothing to be desired.