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The Community Grünau im Almtal

528m above sea level, Grünau im Almtal is located in the Salzkammergut Lakes Region in Upper Austria. The municipality covers an area of 220.97 km² of which nearly ¾ is forest. It is Upper Austria’s largest municipality in area. The number of inhabitants of Grünau in Almtal is 2,100. The feratel webcams provide a fine panoramic view of the Kasberg-Grünau ski resort.

What's going on in Grünau im Almtal?

Grünau im Almtal is located in the foothills of the “Totes Gebirge” mountain range and a perfect departure point for hiking and climbing adventures. A special highlight is the rope climb “Tassilo” at the Schermberg – the longest fixed-rope climbing route (length: 1400 m, elevation gain: 600 m) in Europe. Those who prefer something a little less demanding can choose from a wide variety of marked trails with inviting mountain huts in the “Totes Gebirge”. A hike up the Kasberg – a popular ski area in winter – gives you a fine view on the surrounding mountains.

In winter, Grünau im Almtal provides excellently prepared pistes creating the perfect skiing and snowboarding experience both for beginners and for seasoned pros! The feratel webcam Grünau im Almtal keeps you informed of what’s going on in the Kasberg ski resort. Other leisure facilities in Grünau im Almtal are two cross-country ski trails (5km and 15km respectively) and ice curling opportunities.

Sights

A very special place for every visitor is Cumberland Wildlife Park located near Grünau. Open all year round the park provides long trails through the 60-hectare wildlife sanctuary. Brown bears, wolves, beavers and ibex are among the wildlife inhabiting the park. The park also accommodates the Konrad Lorenz Research Centre. Kinderland Schindlbach is a family attraction where kids have fun in an amusement park and a Fairy Tale Forest.