Gasteiner cable cars

Variety in all facets

Whether sports enthusiasts or sociable holidaymakers, whether families or those seeking rest and relaxation, whether pleasure seekers or youngsters. If you are looking for new variety in Gastein this summer, get on the Schlossalmbahn, ride up to the mountain station "Kleine Scharte" and let yourself be surprised. Here, at around 2,050 m above sea level, a wonderful panoramic view opens up to them, places to rest and look around are waiting. If you like, you can set off on a relaxed mountain hike or a real alpine tour. Whether it's a children's playground, 5 different via ferratas, a climbing garden, a slackline park for children and adults or simply a cosy relaxation, everyone will find their own personal holiday pleasures here.

Suspension bridge at Stubnerkogel in Gastein | © Gasteiner Bergbahnen
Suspension bridge on the Stubnerkogel with Glockner view

The Stubnerkogel in Bad Gastein is increasingly making a name for itself as THE viewing mountain in Gastein: Initially, the 140-metre-long suspension bridge gently swaying in the wind attracted a lot of attention, but now an attractive viewing platform with the significant name "Glocknerblick" is enthroned directly opposite.

It offers all visitors who venture up here a fantastic view of Austria's highest mountain, the Großglockner (3,798 m). 

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Felsenweg am Stubnerkogel in Gastein | © Gasteiner Bergbahnen AG - Marktl Photography
Circular Hike - Rock Path

To round off the mountain experience, the "Glocknerblick" viewing platform has now been extended with the 100-metre-long "Felsenweg" circular hiking trail to create a striking vantage point. In addition to the wonderful nature experience in the summit region around the Stubnerkogel, this also illustrates an exciting dialogue between "nature" and "built".

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Swiss Pine Trail | © Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH - Michael Koenigshofer
Swiss Pine Trail on the Graukogel

The Graukogel is known for its particularly beautiful and ancient Swiss stone pine population, some trees are almost 400 years old. Since the Swiss stone pine was chosen as the tree of the year 2011, a 45-minute walk directly at the mountain station of the Graukogel cable car is a good idea.

Linger at idyllic spots, take advantage of the individual seating made of Swiss stone pine for a short break or test our large outdoor Swiss stone pine bed.

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