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Baby buggy - tour: Promenade "Klaus Maria Brandauer" to Altaussee

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  • Am Ziel - Seeklause Altaussee
    Am Ziel - Seeklause Altaussee
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Tour along the river in the shade without significant difference in altitude.
Open
easy
Distance 4.5 km
1:15 h
95 m
44 m
720 m
656 m
The promenade is named after the popular actor grom Altaussee Klaus Maria Brandauer. Reaching the lake at the so-called "Seeklause" there is the possibility to walk around the lake or to the left in direction to the village. Also from this direction it would be possible to take a walk around the lake. More or less half-way at the end of the lake there would be the possibility to take a break in one of the two restaurants. From this point there you can also take the boat back to the village. 

Boat rental at the beginning of the lake available.

Author’s recommendation

A trip with the Altaussee Lake Cruise represents a nice journey especially for children!
Difficulty
easy
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
720 m
Lowest point
656 m
Best time of year
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Track types

Asphalt 37.99%Dirt road 15.56%Path 41.70%Road 0.49%Unknown 4.23%
Asphalt
1.7 km
Dirt road
0.7 km
Path
1.9 km
Road
0 km
Unknown
0.2 km
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Safety information

Please note the exclusion of liability!

Tips and hints

In July and August at the mill close to the centre of Altaussee its visitors can observe and take actively part in the procedure from the grain to the bread.

Start

Bad Aussee, supermarket "Unimarkt" (655 m)
Coordinates:
DD
47.610400, 13.779660
DMS
47°36'37.4"N 13°46'46.8"E
UTM
33T 408285 5273720
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Destination

Altaussee, "Seeklause"

Turn-by-turn directions

From Bad Aussee via the promenade called "Elisabethpromenade" passing the tennis courts we reach the point where this path is called "Klaus-Maria-Brandauer-Promenade". We follow this promenade all the way to Altaussee. Reaching the village Altaussee we cross the street at the bus station and walk to the right until we reach the lake and the hotel "Seevilla Altaussee".

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Railway station nearby: Bad Aussee

Railway station nearby: Bad Aussee

ÖBB (train): www.oebb.at

Verbundlinie Steiermark (bus): www.busbahnbim.at 

 

Public transport service Narzissenjet:

www.ausseerland.at/narzissenjet

Transport of bicycles not possible!

Getting there

Detailed information how to get to the Ausseerland – Salzkammergut you will find on our website!

 

                                        

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Parking

Parking directly at the starting point available. Liable to fees!

Coordinates

DD
47.610400, 13.779660
DMS
47°36'37.4"N 13°46'46.8"E
UTM
33T 408285 5273720
w3w 
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Map of trails:

Mayr "Wandern, Rad und Mountainbike Ausseerland Totes Gebirge" 1 : 25.000

Freytag & Berndt "082 Bad Aussee, Totes Gebirge, Bad Mitterndorf, Tauplitz" 1 : 50.000

Kompass 20 "Dachstein Ausseerland, Bad Goisern, Hallstatt" 1 : 50.000

Equipment

Food and drinks for the children should be taken with you. As well as waterproof clothes in case of rain and firm footwear are recommended.

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Status
Open
Difficulty
easy
Distance
4.5 km
Duration
1:15 h
Ascent
95 m
Descent
44 m
Highest point
720 m
Lowest point
656 m
Public-transport-friendly Scenic Family-friendly Cultural/historical interest Linear route Suitable for strollers

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