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THREE SPECTACULAR PEAKS, THRICE THE JOY
A distinctive feature of all three towns; St Gilgen, Strobl and St Wolfgang, is that they all have their very own home mountain, and each is easily accessible. One by cable car, one by cog railway and one by car. The Zwölferhorn in St Gilgen is an all-year-round mountain. The cable car runs in spring, summer, autumn and winter to allow guests to experience all its seasonal landscapes. The Postalm, the largest interconnected alpine pasture area in Europe is accessible by a toll road. Whereas in St Wolfgang, a much-loved cog railway has been chugging its way up the remarkable Schafberg mountain for almost 120 years.
RECUPERATION, FOR BODY AND SOUL
It is not just the body that needs to recuperate during holiday-time, but also the soul. A centuries-old culture provides nourishment for the soul – just pay a visit to the Lake Wolfgang museums, see the world-famous Michael Pacher altar or the themed hiking trails. A culinary treat will not go amiss on the perfect holiday either, so treat yourself to the local specialities served with pride in the prize-winning restaurants of the area or the local down to earth guesthouses. The Wolfgangsee motto is ‘only the best for every guest’ and the varied events programme bears testament to this.
COME ON A SKI-SAFARI!
The choice is yours; the Postalm, a skiing paradise for families; the Zwölferhorn to challenge experienced skiers or the Dachstein ski resort at Gosau which is just a short drive away. You don’t even need your own car – the ski bus will take you to the lifts. Lift passes are fabulous value for money and will ensure that every lift gate opens automatically for you, giving you access to carefully prepared pistes and powder to delight every snowboarder. No queues, no stress, just competent personal service from the local ski school. If you prefer a more tranquil day, winter walking paths and cross-country skiing tracks await, or just enjoy a stroll through the imperial town of nearby Bad Ischl.