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Schladming, with its 5000 inhabitants, lies 750 m above sea level and is located in the mountains, near to a river and a skiing area. The westernmost town of Styria, Schladming is the centre of the Dachstein-Tauern region, which boasts the most beautiful mountainous landscapes in Austria. Because of this, Schladming is also a well-loved holiday resort.
How to get there
From Germany: through Salzburg to Radstadt on the A10 motorway, then take the B146 for 18km to Schladming
From Vienna: in the direction of Linz, travel to Amstetten on the western motorway, then take the Pyhrn-motorway to Liezen, then follow the B146 for 50km to Schladming
From Vienna: take the motorway to Semmering, then use the main road and motorway to get to Liezen, then follow the B146 for 50km to Schladming
From the south: Use the Tauern motorway (Udine-Tarvis-Villach) to Eben/Pg., then follow the B146 for 18km to Schladming
From Graz: travel to Liezen on the motorway, then take the main road to Schladming
Salzburg airport, 90 km
Munich airport, 290 km
Graz airport, 190 km
Linz airport, 185 km
Vienna airport, 300 km
Innsbruck airport, 320 km
Schladming and the Dachstein-Tauern region is one of Austria's most beautiful and most varied walking areas. From easy walks for children to high-alpine mountain walks and climbs, something is offered for every taste.
The idyllic alpine pasture is by no means the only place where you can enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the 'Schladminger Tauern'.
The Dachstein-Tauern region offers over 200km of marked cycling and mountainbiking tracks. If you dont want to bring your own bike, there is always the possibility of hiring a bike or a mountain bike from one of the many sport shops.
This old mountain town is well known for the ski worldcup races (down-hill race, slalom and giant slalom) which has been taking place since 1973. Additionally in January there is a night slalom. In 1982 the resort organised the alpine ski world championship. Also for other big events Schladming is well equipped (halls up to 1500 persons). The skiing area Planai/Hochwurzen offers 167 km of pistes - some with snow canons - from easy to difficult, WISBI-pists, FIS-pists, halfpipes. Even night skiing is being offered. In total 20 chairlifts, 60 t-bar lifts and 8 cable cars bring you into the area. Skischools, skischoolkindergarden, ski- and snowboard hire and many mountain huts are available. 300 km cross country tracks, 30 km winter walking paths, tobogganing, ice skating and curling complete the offer of the resort. The indoor adventure pool guarantees relaxation. Subject to alterations!
Schladming | General information
Schladming, with its 5000 inhabitants, lies 750 m above sea level and is located in the mountains, near to a river and a skiing area. The westernmost town of Styria, Schladming is the centre of the Dachstein-Tauern region, which boasts the most beautiful mountainous
landscapes in Austria
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