Throughout the year there is a range of events in the water world of Wild Waters in Rohrmoos-Untertal.
Below we have listed information about the events around Wild Waters.
In the middle of August Schladming and Ramsau am Dachstein are hosting the VERTIKALE mountain festival. So far Alexander Huber, Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, and Reinhold Messner took over the microphone for interesting key notes.
In 2017 Alexander's brother Thomas Huber will come to Schladming and continue the series of well-known mountaineers taking the stage at congress Schladming.
Already on Friday, Schladming's own Daniel Egger presents a kayaking documentary. Together with his friend Pirmin Dlugosch he travelled to the most beautiful spots of our continent in a total of 11 countries.
More information at www.vertikale.at
The autumn feast Autumn in Obertal at the huts in the Obertal valley is already a tradition and happening in September 2017. With live music at the huts, lots of culinary delicacies and inscreased bus service to Obertal.
More information at www.unserobertal.at
In the beginning of October the Wild Waters Run happens for the 9th time. The competitors challenge 610 metres of altitude on a distance of 14 kilometres with the finish at Riesach lake. Will there be a new record time this year?
Reports, result lists, photos, videos and all information about registration for the run can be found at www.wiwalauf.com
Schladming's Bergweihnacht (Christmas in the Mountains) stages several events during advent time, starting end of November. One of the highlights will be the 2 events "Advent magic in Talbachklamm canyon" on weekends during Advent time. On 3. and on 9. December (starting 6 pm) wind ensembles, a fairy tale teller, and singers arrange an atmosphere for reflection.
Further higlights include "Advent on the mountain" (at Hochwurzen), the Advent concert in the Protestant church and of course the new Christmas market "Advent am Talbach".
More information at www.bergweihnacht.at
Alpen Tour Trophy is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2018. The International Alpen Tour Trophy is the biggest mountain bike stage races in Europe and second worldwile, only behind Australia's Crocodile Trophy.
During 4 days the world's best mountain bikers challenge the mountains around Schladming, Ramsau and Rohrmoos. No other mountain bike races offers so many single trails, alpine terrain and such an impressive scenery like the Alpen Tour Trophy.
One of the toughest mountain bike competition in stages with 4 stages with 212 kilometers and 8,800 meters difference in ascents and desscents.
More information at www.alpen-tour.at