Monday, 26 June 2017

Austria - The Salzkammergut (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Austria - The Salzkammergut (PDF Chapter)

The Salzkammergut is a spectacular region of alpine and subalpine lakes, picturesque valleys, rolling hills and rugged, steep mountain ranges rising to almost 3000m. You’ll always find isolated areas with peaceful, glassy waters for boating, swimming.

reel from views from the 5fingers Viewing Platform, high up in the Dachstein Mountains

hike Hallstätter See, lakes-edge from Obertraun to Hallstatt and cool off in the crystal waters between trails

discover Wolfgangsee’s remarkable pilgrimage church, St Wolfgang, filled with priceless works of art

Coverage includes: Bad Ischl, Southern Salzkammergut, Hallstätter See, Bad Aussee, Northern Salzkammergut, Traunsee, Attersee, Wolfgangsee and Mondsee.

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