Spital am Pyhrn in Austria, from Europe region, is best know for Nature & Wildlife Areas. Discover best things to do in Spital am Pyhrn with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Spital am Pyhrn
5 based on 9 reviews
We walked up there with our 4 and 6 year children and they had so much fun, they forgot they were in the middle of a real hike. At the Bosruckhuette they played for hours at the little mountain stream.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Man hat nicht weit zu wandern um diese Karstquelle zu bewundern. Nach ca. 20-30 Minuten steht man vor der Felswand wo unterhalb die Wassermassen der Quelle hervorkommen. Wirklich sehenswert wenn man solche Wasserschauspiele mag. Der Weg dorthin ist durch das Bachbett der Pießling auch schon für Fotomotive geeignet, mit den moosbedeckten Steinen und der noch vorhandenen alten Mühle! Es ist ein schönes Naturschauspiel, welches man wenn man in der Nähe ist besuchen sollte.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Wurbauerkogel Adventure Mountain offers several adventure activities like all-weather Alpine Coaster, Summer toboggan, Panorama Tower and Museum, hiking , etc. We went uphill by chairlift.
The all-weather Alpine Coaster - an 800m long tube system, is a fun way downhill and features three turns, 7 steep curves, 3 jumps, 6 Bridges and 10 waves. The downhill speed can go up to 40 km/h. Safety - no worries, as it is guaranteed through safety belts, high tech and video control.
Summer toboggan offers hair raising rides in a 1- or a 2-seater equipped with brakes. This spectacular summer toboggan run is one of the longest (1,523m) in Europe and features 16 curves, many bends and loops.
Panorama Tower and the permanent exhibition “Fascinating World of Rocks” is another worth visiting attraction on the uphill. The 21m tower top can be accessed by steps or lift and it is handicapped accessible. The top floor of the tower holds a stunning panoramic views of the surrounding Mountains - 21 peaks higher than 2,000m: Sengsen Mountains, Reichraminger Mountain Range, Totes Gebirge, Warscheneck and Gesäuse. We also registered in the “summit book“. There are Panorama tables to identify the mountain peaks.
We did not have enough time to go to mountain top restaurant or walk around. Some of our adventurous friends went down with the summer toboggan while we took chairlift after breathing some pure fresh air.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
A jewel of the Baroque era meets contemporary art. 70.000 restored books, ceiling frescoes and sculptures in the magnificent world largest monastery library meet creations of Erwin Wurm, Rudi Molacek and Lois Renner in the huge museum of the Abbey. The new gothic exhibition 'Close to Heaven' is putting on display a major collection of medieval sculptures and painted panels of the collection Mayer. -The artworks of the late Middle Ages continue to exert a powerful fascination on us even today. Beside there is a Natural history museum with exhibits dating to 1866 - 1906 (the 'Museum in the Museum') and a Museum of Fine Arts as well as plays host to special Exhibitions and a multimedia Abbey presentation.
The library is really awesome looking and has some really old pieces. It apparently would have a lot more except for the 2nd war but it's still impressive. The manuscripts on display in the room across from the library are amazing. Totally worth a visit.
5 based on 4 reviews
I was on a tour bus and had to slip away for a few minutes and then catch up to see this. It was very nice. The guide said something about it burning down in 1865 I think. So it's not that old but it's nice.
5 based on 14 reviews
AOS Rafting.at - stands for a family business and two generations of whitewater- and adventuresports. Over the years, we extended and improved our programs step by step. Also in terms of quality, we like to claim the highest standards. No matter if its our guides or our equipment, we invest in the safety and the satisfaction of our clients. We run 2 outdoorcamps in Austria where we run our trips various trips in Rafting, Canyoning, Kayak Course, SUP, Climbing and much more.
I participated on a two-day kayak course with Daniel & Menya, two very good teachers! We started out really easy, and then gradually went on to more difficult exercises, and it was all very enjoyable. The river is beautiful (even though it rained quite a lot), kayaking is fun, and I'm already addicted.
The eskimo rolling course was on the third day. I'd been a bit afraid of the eskimo roll beforehand, but Daniel made it really relaxed with the exercises, and everyone could do them at their own pace. I was totally exhausted at the end, but what a fun day I had with a lot of laughter and pushing my limits!
5 based on 8 reviews
This national park is so beautiful. .
There are lots of things to see and explore..
The nature in this region is great and charming..
Several lakes , Waterfalls, river , Forests and more..
Very nice chice for camping
Lots of villages and towns where you can buy food and any other items..
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