Sommercard offers free entrance or discounted price for more than 100 touristic attractions, programs of the Schladming-Dachstein region. Our guests at SissiPark receive their Sommercard for free that is valid from 1 PM on the day of arrival until the end of their stay. For the Dachstein cable car a minimum stay of 2 nights is required.
Mountain tours, aquapark and a bit of culture
Extendable trip to the region Schladming
- First day:
Planai Bergbahn (Cabin lift)
Planai is the best location to spend a pleasant summer day out. From the top of Planai you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view: the Enns valley lies beneath you – and at eye-level, the Dachstein glacier rises to greet you. Our youngest visitors can enjoy the playground adjoining the Schladminger Hütte.
- Second day:
Dachstein Glacier Lift – Skywalk:
The highest mountain in Styria offers natural scenery that is second to none. Gigantic rocks, a view over the Austrian mountain tops all the way to the Slovenian Triglav Mountains and perched around the mighty rock of the Dachstein glacier. The ride up already gives you an incredible with the new panoramic gondola. The Dachstein offers numerous attractions also for sports' enthusiasts: skiing, snowboarding, climbing, hiking, paragliding or cross-country skiing - at 2,700 meters (almost) everything is possible.
Styria’s highest museum depicts the geological creation of the mighty Dachstein glacier with rock samples, fossils and research findings on display. Visitors can find out how the Dachstein was first conquered, learn about the history of mountain rescue and the construction of the Dachstein cable car. Special exhibition: 150 years of the Alpine Association.
The large swimming, sport and adventure complex promises a fun and exciting day for the entire family. While the kids slide down the waterslides, Mum and Dad can take time out to relax in one of our saunas. And the toddlers can enjoy in their own baby pool with heated water.
- Third day:
The natural and cultural history of Styria’s Enns Valley and Aussee regions form the core of the Schloss Trautenfels collection. Begun in the 1950s, it brings together zoological, geological and mineralogical items, folklore objects and archaeological finds from the region.
Admont – Library
The library of Admont Abbey is one of the largest all-embracing creations of the late European Baroque. The library holds some 70,000 volumes while the Abbey in total owns nearly 200,000 books.
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