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Adventure for adrenalin junkies

Do you like adventure? The Schladming-Dachstein region offers the whole family an action-packed range of outdoor fun sports. A combination of nature and physical activity - combined with a dash of adventure. For those who want to experience something unusual!


Canyoning in the Schladming-Dachstein region

Dreamlike canyons, waterfalls up to 30 metres high and numerous abseiling points let the adventurous heart beat when canyoning. The varied canyoning tours are accompanied by trained outdoor guides.


Rafting-Tour on the Enns river

A rafting tour is perfect for anyone who likes adventure. Experience the element water in its purest form. Before setting off, you are introduced to the boat, the oar and the correct technique and then away you go.


Tandem-Paragliding, an unforgettable experience

Running and taking off - that's paragliding. Flying tandem with an experienced professional, you can get a bird's eye view of the Schladming-Dachstein region. The flight schools offer paragliding courses for beginners and advanced paragliders.


With the zipline from the Stoderzinken mountain into the valley
Let the wind rush past your ears as you whizz down the zipline at speeds of up to 65 km/h. The longest zipline is Europe is at the Stoderzinken in Gröbming. Using 4 parallel steel cables, visitors can fly from an altitude of 1600 metres down to the Gröbming adventure park at 900 metres over the valley. Fun and action guaranteed.

High ropes course

High ropes course Gröbming, largest climbing park in Austria

18 different courses of varying levels of difficulty await you at the largest climbing park in Austria, located at the foot of the Stoderzinken in Gröbming (including mini course and children's course for those aged 3 or older). Climb, balance, slide and handle yourself at heights from 2 to 15 metres through the high ropes course.

Mountain go-karting

Go downhill with the mountain go-karts
The summer hit on the Hochwurzen in Rohrmoos. After a comfortable gondola ride to the summit of the Hochwurzen, one zips down the Hochwurzen track in special go-karts (for adults, children or two-seaters). Accompanied by trained guides and equipped with free helmets, the 7 km descent is fun for the whole family.