You think you’re in paradise? You are right! The Murau-Kreischberg region is the heaven on earth in summer. Your holiday home is the perfect base to explore this area of Styria! Here you are in the right place, whether you just want to put your feet in the fresh, dabbling water or take a long hike. You have a variety of options between exciting sights, interesting tours, or beautiful, untouched nature. We have compiled the most beautiful tours and places for you. More detailed information (also about current events) can be found under the listed links or the website of the Murtal Holiday Region and the website of the Murau-Kreischtal Region!
You will be impressed by the striking, beautiful landscape with its many exciting contrasts whether you are wearing your hiking boots up to one of the peaks or prefer to walk along the Mur in the valley. The Murau-Kreischberg region offers tours for every level of fitness and mood – here you will find details on the various hikes! And even those who prefer to hike long distances find it challenging to get past us: If you hike the long-distance hiking trail “Vom Gletscher bis zum Wein”, which leads from Dachstein to Leibnitz through Styria, two of the 25 daily routes lead you directly through our region.
We have the right trail for every type of cyclist – whether you are athletic and enjoy hilly trails, cycle along the Mur with the whole family, or like getting to know the region and try some regional snacks in one if the restaurants. You will discover a beautiful landscape while riding through the smooth hilly landscapes and the shady forest passages along the Mur.
We have installed a uniform signage system in the region to help you find your way around – follow the colored signs with the bicycle symbol, and you will always reach your destination without any problems or knowing the location! Here you will find further information about cycling around our holiday home!
The chalet ‚Dahoam’ is a partner operation of the Murau-Kreischtal Golf Club. As our guest, you can benefit from extremely attractive offers. For guests staying at our chalet, there are exclusive vouchers available at reduced prices at the reception of the cabin village. For a green fee of 48 Euro, you can not only play in the Murau-Kreischberg Golf Club but also in the partner golf clubs: GC Lungau, GC Mariahof, and GC Murtal. Information about the golf courses can be found here!
The golf club Murau-Kreischberg with its interesting course design (18-hole/ par 72) is located between the Kreischberg ski area and the city of Murau) – with a view of the wavy greenery, lateral and frontal water surfaces, and spectacular peninsular and island greenery. The characteristic wooden elements in the design and guidance system make the place a showpiece of the „Holzwelt Murau”. And of course, you can also enjoy a wonderful environment – the complex is located on the slopes of the Nock Mountains and the Mur and is perfectly accessible from our chalet. www.golf-murau-kreischberg.at
Four sand courts are available at the Leisure Centre St. Lorenzen ob Murau.
Information: directly next to the complex, at the Barfly outdoor pool restaurant. Phone: 0043 664 180 6516
No reservations are possible!
2.000m² of fun awaits you at the indoor swimming pool in Murau! In addition to a 25m pool, where you can swim in peace and quiet, the younger guests have fun at the children’s area with an adventure water slide.
A visit to the sauna and solarium or a massage can end your bathing day in a relaxed atmosphere.
Information: Phone: 0043 3532 2310-0 or www.baeder-murau.at.
At the Leisure Center in St. Lorenzen, you will find a heated swimming pool, children’s paddling pool, and a children’s playground, connected to which is the “Barfly” restaurant.
Information: Phone: 0043 3537 251 or 0043 664 1327610
You are in good hands with us, even if you want to train for the next Beach Volleyball World Championship: You will find a free beach volleyball court at the Outdoor Pool St. Lorenzen at the Kreischberg. You can find further information here.
You can trout fish in two areas of the Mur: in Bodendorf and in St. Georgen. Fish for carp, zander or pike at the Rottenmann pond. Information about all options can be found here!
GH Murtalerhof, Johann Lassacher, 8862 Stadl/Mur
Tel. 0043 3534 2237 firstname.lastname@example.org
35 interesting routes in the difficulty levels 4B to 7B and up to a maximum height of 13 meters await you in the climbing center. There is also a special bouldering zone with fall protection for beginners!
0043 664 4507449, Hr. Karl-Heinz Purgstaller www.tennishallemurau.at
Would you like to try something new? Try 3D archery: you can borrow your bow and arrow at the Archery Park Shopfart, and then get going to the woods. You will find 30 life-size animals on the course, and don’t worry, nobody will get hurt here! Phone: 0043 676 4196424 www.3d-bogenpark.at
The Spielberg is a real adventure area. And you are also spoilt for choice at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg: a Red Bull Ring Tour that is usually closed for visitors, or experience the thrill of speed on your own. Everyone has the chance and the choice to drive the vehicle they have always wanted. And the carpool is huge! The Spielberg with its legendary Red Bull Ring is only 45 minutes away – if you don’t drive too fast! www.projekt-spielberg.com
Are you interested in the regional cultural history? Then you have come to the right place of local museums. Here you can learn more about the hard-working days in wood processing, and also what the Murau beer is all about!
You can find the Murau Town Museum inside a former monastery – get to know the history of the town and learn interesting facts about the region. Special exhibitions complete the usual collection!
Grazerstraße 19, 8850 Murau, Phone: 0043 3532 2720, www.stadtmuseum-murau.at
Inside the Murau Brewery, you can test or expand your knowledge of beer in the museum’s ancient vaulted cellar. The Brewery in Murau is more than 500 years old – these people know about craftsmanship! Attention: The museum is currently closed due to renovation work!
Raffaltplatz 19-23, 8850 Murau, Phone: 0043 3532 3266, www.murauerbier.at
Immerse yourself in a 10000m² „wooden world of experience”. Experience the raw material wood in all its variations – from the past to the future!
Playing with Wood – Crafting with Wood – Wood and Energy – Wood and Art – Wood and Craftsmanship and more can be seen and experienced at the Wood Museum in St.Ruprecht ob Murau.
Hans-Edler-Platz 1, 8862 St. Ruprecht-Falkendorf, Phone: 0043 3534 2202, www.holzmuseum.at
This museum is located near the Stolzalpe Hospital (House 2) and is unique in Europe. It shows interesting facts from the past and the present of medicine. Visitors can try out medical devices for themselves – visit only by appointment. You can find more information on the website!
LKH Stolzalpe, Stolzalpe 38, 8852 Stolzalpe, Phone: 0043 3532 2424-0
The museum reopened in 2013 and invites you to learn more about the Protestant Church in Styria. The interesting concept of the room is based on the Old-Christian symbol of the fish.
Marktgasse 1, 8850 Murau, www.museum.evang.st
During the summer, the Kreischberg presents itself as a beautiful hiking area for the whole family! Your big advantage: You can comfortably take the cable car for the first few meters of altitude and steep ascents, and start hiking from the tree line – then you decide what’s next! Maybe a leisurely walk on the flat alpine meadows, or a smooth hike to one of the nearby peaks. For example, you can hike on soft alpine fields up to the Kreischberg peak and to Rosenkranzhöhe (2.118 meters) to enjoy the wonderful panoramic view of Tauern and the Nock Mountains. The cabins then invite you to a cozy retreat.
Operating hours: July and August – Wednesday and Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm
Kreischbergstraße 1, 8861 St. Georgen am Kreischberg, Phone: 0043 3537 300, www.kreischberg.at
Hissing, steaming and puffing, the Murtalbahn steam train leaves Murau station with a bright whistle. With you on board! Experience the Murtalbahn as a passenger or even train driver in the driver’s cab.
Europe’s largest cantilevered wooden bridge, currently approved for heavy goods traffic, connects St. Georgen with St. Lorenzen and is a masterpiece of Styrian timber construction.
550m³ of sap-free, laminated Styrian larch and 69 tons of steel structures were used in the construction. The bridge is 85 meters long, 8.6 meters wide, and stands above the Mur with a height of 25 meters and a supporting width of 45 meters.
The bridge shows the potential of structural wood glue construction and can be seen as an impulse project for the construction of wooden bridges.