Mountains around Graz - hiking paradiese
Austrian open air museum Stübing
At the open-air museum (Freilichtmuseum) in Stübing one can stroll through Austria from Burgenland to Vorarlberg and learn about the rural way of living and working in the past in an idyllic setting.
Stift Rein, the oldest inhabited Cistercian monastery in the world with beautifully painted interiors, delights visitors with its library from the Middle Ages and Baroque collegiate church.
With a height of 1500 metres, the Schöckl is the local mountain of Graz and offers a wonderful panorama of the Styrian hills, the mountains along the southern and western borders, extending to an impressive view of the high peaks of Styria reaching up to 3000 metres. For those who want to take it easy there’s a cable car to the plateau.
The exciting Bärenschützklamm gorge’s roaring waterfalls and 164 wooden bridges offer a unique experience of nature and cascading water to sure-footed hikers. The Lurgrotte cave system in Semriach is Austria’s largest stalactite cave system with a flowing watercourse. Plunge into this fascinating world of caverns accompanied by qualified guides.
All excursions to the mountains around Graz: take a half or a whole day, 5 to 8 hours, by coach and on foot, at least 25 and up to 70 people per coach / group.