Caves of rock and ice, great hiking trails, spectacular viewing platforms, unique events, and all this against the backdrop of Upper Austria’s highest summit – the Dachstein!
One of the highlights is a tour of the three large show caves that can be easily reached in a few minutes on foot or with the Dachstein-Krippenstein cable car:
The ice cave fascinates with its bizarre ice sculptures that have been successfully put in the spotlight by numerous artistic installations and with Austria’s “coldest concert hall”.
In tours of the Mammut cave, you can learn everything about the historical origin and research of the almost 70-kilometer long mazes and huge cathedrals.
In the valley near the natural jewel of the Koppenwinkel you can find the Koppenbrüller cave – a still active cave that is particularly fascinating with its rushing cave creek. Trekking tours are offered in both the Mammut cave and Koppenbrüller cave where labyrinthine-like cave passages can be explored off the tourist path.