The Traunsee holiday region in the heart of the Salzkammergut thrives on its diversity. The Treetop Walk on the Grünberg in Gmunden shows its unique landscape in all its glory – a melange of crystal-clear lakes, rugged mountains of limestone and dolomite rock and the lush green of the mixed mountain forest.
Must-sees and Outdoor-Fun
in the Mountains
This is the name of Gmunden’s landmark, which is world-famous far beyond the district borders. First mentioned in a document in 909, the lakeside Castle, originally a fortress, is one of the oldest buildings in the Salzkammergut.
With a tradition dating back to 1492, the local Ceramics is now the largest ceramics manufacturer in Central Europe. Take a guided tour of the workshop or simply visit the shop – it’s a must on any visit to Gmunden.
The 1.4-kilometre-long toboggan run “Grünberg-Flitzer” takes you 160 metres downhill at the Grünberg. The tow lift takes you comfortably back to the top – an ideal adventure for families.
Children’s climbing park
Only a view metres from the Treetop Walk, little nature lovers will find an adventure playground with a view oft he mountains if they still have energy for fun outdoor games after a walk along the trail and a delicious lunch in the nearby Grünbergalm.
Laudachsee and Ramsaualm
For hikers: Take a walk to the Laudachsee, a lake midst the nature reserve! After about an hour’s walk from the Treetop Walk Salzkammergut, you’ll find a fabulous mountain lake with emerald green water. The Ramsaualm near the lake delights guests with delicious food.