The alpine region Hochschwab in the Austrian state of Styria is a hidden paradise of nature, mountains and alpine pastures.
It is the region with the largest population of chamois in Europe and a treasure trove of rare plants.
Sleepy, lovely villages offer warmly managed accommodation. Recipes of regional award-winning chefs enrich the hut cuisine. The perfect destination for true deceleration.
- Via the “G ́hackte” to the summit of the Hochschwab with 2,277 m above sea level
- Aflenzer Bürgeralm
- Bike tours Schönleiten, Windgrubentrail and Panorama Road
- Church tower of Aflenz – the quality of the sound and the design of its bell in terms of casting technology make it one of the most valuable historical bells in Austria
- Hochschwab Museum in the 300-year-old restored Bodenbauerkeusche in Sankt Ilgen
- “Pieramisu” made of peaches, ladyfingers and a mascarpone cream refined with pumpkin seed oil – on the Pierergut
- “Oimrauschtoast” with bacon from the butcher from Aflenz or with beetle bean dumplings and pumpkin seeds
- Purest Hochschwab water, which even serves as a drinking water supply for Graz and Vienna
Does this alpine region appeal to you in particular?
Then I look forward to getting to know you in a phone or video call:
free-of-charge | no obligations