Nature lovers, families, hikers and mountaineers are all greeted by a wealth of natural beauty,
1,000 km of hiking paths, and Styrian hospitality at Alpine huts and mountain inns. The "Wild Waters" theme hiking path in Schladming-Rohrmoos was chosen as the world's very first National Geographic Hiking Path.
The Planai is located in the midst of the Schladming-Dachstein holiday region, home to the Schladminger-Tauern mountains and the Dachstein Massif. In barely another area do ancient rock and the Limestone Alps encounter one another so imposingly. Enthroned in the north is the Dachstein with its rugged, 1,000 m-high south face, beneath which we find the Ramsau high plateau; in the south, the peaks of the Schladminger-Tauern with lush high pastures, the Klafferkessel, Giglachseen lakes, the Duisitzkar, Mirror Lakes, the Golling, Hochwildstelle and Kalkspitzen, to name but a few of the sights.
Junior owner Andreas and senior owner Waltraud are both certified mountain-hiking guides and Nordic-walking trainers, and they accompany you during our weekly hikes. Whether an adventure-packed mountaineering tour or perhaps a leisurely nature hike - we plan and select the hikes together with our guests!
Together with Schladming-Rohrmoos tourist office, we have put together an exciting program of guided hikes in our region. From Monday to Friday, there is a hiking program custom-tailored to our guests. Our guides from the tourist office are able to share the unique experience of hiking the Dachstein-Tauern with all age groups and all physical abilities.
Even if the sun doesn't smile down on us every now and again, we still have the right tours in store, or simply take advantage of the day to enjoy Schladming's indoor adventure pool or take in a few sights - free with the Sommercard.
Discover and plan the most beautiful hikes in the region: descriptions, elevation profiles, downloadable GPS data and pictures are all included with the Interactive Hiking Map or in our category hiking tips and tours.
e.g. "Wild Waters" hiking tour and alpine trail, the Königstour of the Klafferkessel, as well as more than 160 other tour descriptions.