Along the mountain lake tour the element water is a constant companion. The high alpine Giglach lakes and the picturesque Lake Duisitzkar give the name to this trail.
The round tour to the alps in Obertal valley is a scenic tour passing a couple of mountain lakes in the Schladminger Tauern mountain range.
The hike to Keinprechthütte is truly a hike in the footsteps of the silver miners. Over centuries the surrounding summits of Zinkwand and Vetternspitze were mined intensely, especially for silver.
Die Rundwanderung von der Eschachalm über die Neualm zum Duisitzkarsee ist eine schöne, mittlere Tour im Talschluss des Obertales.
Lake Duisitzkar is a gem of nature inmidst the Schladminger Tauern mountain range. The surrounding picturesque mountain setting often mirrors in the smooth surface of the lake.
The smelter tour in the area of Hopfriesen in Obertal valley passes by the historic nickel smelter, which is used as a museum today.
The short miners tour takes you halfway into Obertal valley and back to the village center of Rohrmoos.
The miners trail takes course along the historic route of the miners with trail heads in the center of Rohrmoos and in the village of Untertal leading to the mining areas in the Obertal valley.
The hike to the Sonntagskar lakes is an insider tip among the tours within the Wild Waters experience in Rohrmoos' Obertal and Untertal.
The family hike along the theme trail of Wild Waters starts at Hinker bridge and takes course via nature sanctuary "Toteisboden" and Tettermoor. It is also suitable for prams.
The mill tour ist a walk with trail head in the village of Untertal. Passing the old "Gföller" mill it takes course to Janer bridge from where it leads back to the village.
Talbachklamm tour is a round tour that first takes course along the trail through Talbachklamm gorge to the village of Untertal and leads back towards Schladming via the Upper Talbach trail.
The alpine trail through Höllschlucht canyon is definitely one of the highlights of the Wild Waters experience. Passing the Riesach waterfall and through the canyon the trail takes course towards lake Riesachsee.
The theme trail Wild Waters is a hike of 14.5 kms from Schladming into the Untertal valley of Rohrmoos and takes course via the village of Untertal and Riesach waterfall, ending at Riesachsee lake.
There are several bus connections per day from Schladming and Rohrmoos to the Rohrmoos' valleys Obertal and Untertal and the Preuneggtal valley in Pichl.
There are several starting points for the many hikes around Wild Waters in Rohrmoos-Untertal where car parking is available.
Giglachsee Hütte is situated near the Upper Giglach Lake at the foot of Steirische Kalkspitze. The alpine hut is endpoint and stage point for various hikes.
Waldhornalm is a private hut and alp at 1,656 m above sea-level and situated right next to Preintalerhütte in the Untertal valley in the Schladminger Tauern mountain range.
Windbacherstube is a cosy, family-owned inn in Obertal valley that opens its doors only in winter.
Gasthof Tetter is located on a hill in Untertal valley near the nature reserves of Tettermoor fen and Toteisboden, directly at the theme trail Wild Waters.
Gasthaus Riesachfall is situated at the trail head for the alpine trail through "Höll" canyon in Untertal valley, close to the Riesach waterfalls.
Gasthof Michlbauer offers typical regional and Styrian cuisine and is only a few footsteps from the old mill "Gföller Mühle" in the Untertal valley.
Restaurant Landalm is a traditional inn in Untertal valley and endpoint for a hike through Talbachklamm canyon.
Preintalerhütte lies in the heart of the Schladminger Tauern mountain range. It is destination for day-trips as well as trail head for several passages and summit tours in the Schladminger Tauern range.
Gollinghütte is endpoint, stage point and trail head for hikes all at once. Erected in 1904, Gollinghütte is a symbol for the conquest of the Niedere Tauern mountain range, and an important element of the touristic offer in the region.
Fahrlechhütte is an alpine hut and mountain restaurant with a terrace that extends into Lake Duisitzkar. It is situated in the Duisitzkar cirque in Obertal valley.
Duisitzkarseehütte is an alpine hut that is located at Lake Duisitzkar in Obertal valley in Rohrmoos-Untertal.
Waldhäuslalm is a destination for family excursions with huge playground and petting zoo. It is situated directly at the theme trail Wild Waters in Untertal.
Sondlalm is located in the Untertal valley directly at the theme trail Wild Waters. The cosy hut invites to take a rest and enjoy the regional delicacies from the wooden stove and the homemade snacks and pastries.
Kotalm - Berallerhütte is a hut located between Lake Riesach and Preintalerhütte in the Untertal valley of Rohrmoos.
Kaltenbachalm is located at the Eastern shore of Lake Riesach in the Untertal valley of Rohrmoos.
Gfölleralm is a hut near Riesach lake, located at the exit of the alpine trail through "Höll" canyon, which is part of the theme trail Wild Waters.
Hut and café Eschachahütt'n at Eschachalm alp in the Obertal valley in Rohrmoos.
Keinprechthütte is a traditional alpine hut of the Austrian Alpine Association (OEAV) at the foot of Zinkwand and located at 1,872 m above sea-level.
Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte, at 1,986 m, is surrounded by an unique scenery. Enjoy the view from the terrace, marvellling at the Giglach lakes and the surrounding summits of the Schladminger Tauern range.
Once an insider tip, the 300 year old Weiße Wand Alm is now one of the most popular inns in the Untertal valley. No wonder, thinking of the cosy restaurant and savoury dishes.
In Rohrmoos-Untertal and Schladming so-called hiking portals are situated at the trail heads where multiple hiking tours start. The portals contain a map and descriptions of the closest hikes.
The Klafferkessel tour between the Steinriesental valley and the Untertal valley in Rohrmoos is definitely a highlight in the Wild Waters experience and one of the best hikes in the Schladminger Tauern mountain range.
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